“Neck lift is an important part of every facelift.”

Dr. Malcolm Lesavoy

Neck and Facelift Beverly Hills

Facelift: The Art is in the Details

Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgery specialist Dr. Malcolm Lesavoy’s signature Lesavoy Lift is a stunning solution for his sophisticated clientele seeking facelift and neck lift. Dr. Lesavoy’s approach to facial rejuvenation is to not parse out important components that complement each other but instead aim to achieve the best results. The two main components to facial rejuvenation are facelift and neck lift. According to Dr. Lesavoy, they go together, and he performs both as his signature facelift procedure in his Beverly Hills plastic surgery practice.

Who is the Lesavoy Lift Patient?

The facial rejuvenation patient usually presents with cosmetic concerns of facial wrinkles, sagging cheeks, jowls, and, yes, the ramifications of the aging neck.  In fact, almost all of Dr. Lesavoy’s facelift patients present desiring rejuvenation of their neck in addition to their face. The face and neck lift patient is someone with visible signs of aging desiring cosmetic improvement that will last for years to come.

What is the Lesavoy Lift?

Dr. Lesavoy’s signature facelift procedure is an innovative solution to facial aging of the nasolabial folds, sagging cheeks and jowls under the advanced local anesthesia protocol that enables surprising comfort while delivering the most advanced facelift techniques.

How is the Lesavoy Lift unique?

Dr. Lesavoy considers his facelift special because he believes in delivering the whole package instead of dividing it out to maximize his bottom line.  Leaving the patient with additional areas of rejuvenation that could become more visible if not corrected alongside the facial areas above the neck just doesn’t make sense. Especially when the incisions for facelift are practically the same for neck lift.

Why is addressing the neck important to the face?

To understand facial rejuvenation, consider the areas of facial aging connected to the aging neck. These areas included sagging cheeks and formation of jowls. Merely raising the cheek pads and tightening the jowls will not address the neck but could result in a demarcation line along the jaw while allowing the aging neck to remain sagging.  Addressing facial aging doesn’t have to be divided with this unattractive approach as tightening the neck is obviously an integral part of facial rejuvenation. Therefore, tightening of the neck is an important part of the Lesavoy Lift in addition to tightening of the facial muscles and skin.

What are ancillary facial rejuvenation procedures?

Other concerns of facial aging include the eyes and forehead and can easily be incorporated at the same time as the Lesavoy Lift procedure. Eyelid surgery is the most common facial rejuvenation procedure performed at the same time as the Lesavoy Lift. Rejuvenation of the eyes addresses excess skin of the upper and lower eyelids depending on the patient’s cosmetic goals. Upper eyelid rejuvenation of removing excess skin improves hooding, making them appear larger and restores contour. Lower eyelid surgery improves sagging, dark circles, and puffiness depending on the patient’s specific cosmetic goals.

The Lesavoy Lift and eyelid rejuvenation procedures are performed very comfortably under local anesthesia with oral sedation. Dr. Lesavoy’s artistic and innovative approach to facial rejuvenation is unmatched with patient’s traveling from around the world seeking his expertise and reputation for natural appearing results.

Additionally, Dr. Lesavoy is responsible for being the professor and mentor of plastic surgeons worldwide, having been trained by the world’s greatest plastic surgeon himself, the late Dr. Ralph Millard. Dr. Lesavoy continues to carry the torch of professor of plastic surgery, training rising plastic surgeons on the art of facelift and facial rejuvenation.

Call today to schedule your facelift consultation with Dr. Lesavoy to discuss how his signature Lesavoy Lift can help you achieve your cosmetic goals.

 

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