SMAS vs deep plane facelift

Solutions for an Aging Face: SMAS vs Deep Plane Facelift

A SMAS facelift is a type of facelift that involves lifting the superficial musculoaponeurotic system (SMAS). This layer of tissue is located beneath the skin and helps to support the facial structures. A deep plane facelift also involves lifting the SMAS, but in addition, it includes lifted deeper structures of the face, such as the […]

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High vs Low Cheekbones

High Cheekbones vs Low Cheekbones and How to Enhance them

A person’s underlying facial structure, especially the malar bones, is seen as the cheekbones. The eyes are a good indicator of whether or not your malar bones are prominent, therefore someone with high cheekbones will have them close to the eyes. The malar bones that sit closer to the base of your nose are known […]

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ponytail facelift - Dr Karan Chopra

What Is A Ponytail Facelift?

Age catches up with everyone. And the results include droopy facial features. But with a facelift, you don’t have to worry about losing your youthful beauty. For instance, a facelift reduces sagging skin and smoothens cheek and jawline folds to give you a youthful appearance. But because there are different types of facelifts, their results […]

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