North Carolina Revision Facelift Surgery
The outcome of your facelift is only as good as the plastic surgeon you choose. At Forever Faces Plastic Surgery, we have a reputable board certified facial plastic surgeon who delivers remarkable success to patients in North Carolina. Not only do we create balanced, natural-looking results in our facelift surgery, but we also have the ability correct a previous facelift surgery that was over-treated, under-treated or simply sub-standard. If you have had a prior facelift that produced unsatisfactory results, we can help. Forever Faces Plastic Surgery specializes in revision facelift surgery, a unique skillset that can undo your disappointing results and restore your confidence.
Corrective Surgery for Prior Facelifts
While an under-performed facelift may allow the skin to sag or loosen too soon, an over-treated facelift often produces an unnatural and “operated on” appearance. This can occur when the surgeon lacks experience or uses a suture pull technique that creates visible tension on the skin. Instead, Dr. Spence values the importance of tightening and repositioning the underlying skin structures (the SMAS) in order to create the most natural-looking and longest lasting results possible. He also carefully considers the entire face, addressing each component of the face according to the unique aging patterns of the patient.
Our North Carolina plastic surgery practice offers an expansive menu of surgical and non-surgical procedures dedicated to rejuvenate and redefine all aspects of the face, including the eyes, nose, ears, cheeks, mouth and neck. Therefore, we are fully equipped to create optimal facial harmony and give patients the best possible outcome. Dr. Spence’s dedicated techniques and depth of experience allow him to correct prior facelifts that were poorly performed.
If you are unhappy with the outcome of a previous facelift, contact us today to schedule a consultation with an esteemed revision facelift specialist in North Carolina. Our top priority is your satisfaction.