The Medical Face Lift: A Noninvasive, Nonsurgical Approach to Tissue Tightening in Facial Skin Using Nonablative Radiofrequency
Traditional surgical rhytidectomy is aimed at correcting facial skin that is sagging, which is caused by excessive skin laxity as a result of photoaging. Operating room facilities, general anesthesia, and a skilled surgeon are needed. The patient has recuperation time, which may be prolonged if complications arise. Incision lines are where they could be easily camouflaged or where they blend with natural lines. Nevertheless, healing of surgical wounds and concurrent scars are seen in all patients.
Original Article Source Credits: Wiley Online Library , https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/
Article Written By: Javier Ruiz‐Esparza MD and Julio Barba Gomez MD
Original Article Posted on: 26 March 2003
Link to Original Article: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1046/j.1524-4725.2003.29080.x