Can I have a high SMAS facelift after subperiosfeal midface lift to lift my cheeks & remove slight jowls?
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High SMAS facelift with subperiosteal mid face lift
If the subperiosteal mid face lift did not get you what you were looking for, I would head backa dn discuss with your surgeon. I am a big fan of doing these two operations together to maintain facial harmony so separating them out is probably not the end of the world.
High SMAS face lift can be done after subperiosteal midface lift.
Subperiosteal face lifts can have prolonged swelling so be patient with your results and wait at least 6 months to allow the tissues to settle and soften. If you wish to have a SMAS facelift then it can be done. Only an examination would allow me to comment on the corrections you could expect after your SMAS facelift. Always see a board certified plastic surgeon.
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