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Can an Agressive Endoscopic Facelift Be Reversed?
I recently had an endoscopic facelift that was more aggressive than neccessary. Now my cheekbones are at the eye socket level, my cheeks as a result look disproportionately long, my lips and middle face just droop slightly. My lower face is now very narrow in comparison to my upper face and is very long. I was pretty before and now I am just strange looking. How can I reverse it? With fat grafts to widen my lower face and under my cheek bones to lower their peak? Please help.
Reversing Facial Rejuvenation
"Recent" is the key word and you will probably be fine
Reversing the results of an aggressive endoscopic facelift.
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