Lift & Refine for a More Youthful Look with a Boston Facelift

Your face is obviously an important aspect of your appearance and personality, but unfortunately, that’s exactly where the signs of aging first become apparent. The effects of aging, sun damage, pollution, and general stress can take their toll on your face and neckline. A facelift by Boston plastic surgeon Dr. Fouad J. Samaha can help turn back the clock to reveal a younger, more rejuvenated you.

Before & After » SEE Patient results in our gallery

What can a Boston facelift correct?

Facelift surgery can treat the following concerns:

  • Facial creases
  • Wrinkles
  • Sagging skin
  • Fat deposits under the jawline
  • Heavy jowls

How a facelift works

A Boston facelift can turn back the clock and considerably reduce undesirable changes by removing excess skin, tightening the underlying muscles and re-draping the skin around the neck and face. Surgical incisions are placed behind the hairline or in areas that follow the natural contour of your skin. The facelift procedure can be performed under local anesthesia with sedation in most cases.

Boston Facelift before and after

For this facelift patient, Dr. Samaha used a conservative approach to address the jowls, “clean-up” the jawline and the neck, all while maintaining a natural appearance. Post-surgery photos were taken 3 months after surgery.

The Boston Plastic Surgery approach to facelifts

Our experienced board certified plastic surgeon successfully provides our patients with a less “surgical” and more natural look by using a variety of advanced surgical methods, including short scar techniques when appropriate. Under the right circumstances, a ‘mini-lift’ may achieve the desired result by combining short-scar techniques with less invasive methods to lift the tissues and tighten the muscles. Facelift surgery will not change the shape of your nose, eyes or forehead, but it can be combined with other procedures. If there is a need to repair skin damage, laser skin resurfacing can often be performed simultaneously, resulting in a more complete rejuvenation.

Dr. Samaha personalizes the procedure to suit each patient’s anatomy and goals so that he can reduce the signs of aging in the mid and lower face while preserving a natural appearance for each individual. For men, we will adjust the facelift plan to preserve a masculine appearance.

To see real results of a facelift at Boston Plastic Surgery, see our before and after gallery.

Facelifts with Fat Grafting

Often used in conjunction with a facelift, fat grafting can help to fill in hollow areas and “re-volumize” the face for a more youthful appearance. During the procedure, fat cells are harvested from your own body, purified, and gently grafted. Commonly used to treat the lips, grooves between lips and cheek, sunken areas around the eyes, and hollowed cheeks, fat grafting can be a successful, long-lasting option for soft tissue augmentation.

Completing the look with related procedures

A facelift can be done alone or in conjunction with another procedure such as a brow lift, eyelid surgery, laser skin resurfacing, or chin augmentation. If the problem areas are limited to the neck, an isolated neck lift may be recommended.

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Schedule your Boston facelift consultation today

We encourage you to schedule a personal consultation with Dr. Samaha at Boston Plastic Surgery. He will happily meet with you one-on-one to discuss all of your questions, goals, and help come up with the best plan for you.

Am I a good candidate for cosmetic surgery?

Speaking with a board certified plastic surgeon is the only way to determine if a procedure is right for you, but there are some general criteria that must be met for cosmetic surgery to be performed safely and successfully.

  • I am in overall good health.
  • I do not have any underlying conditions that will impact healing.
  • I am a non-smoker or willing to quit at least a month before surgery.
  • I have reasonable expectations about my results.

If these statements do not apply to you, you may not be a good candidate for cosmetic surgery.