Let's face it... the face is a sensitive subject when it comes to plastic surgery since it is the center of your expression of emotion. We have all seen the facelifts that have gone bad, where the skin has been stretched too much causing an excessively pulled look. Great facelifts are not so obvious.
So what makes a great facelift? Dr. Michael Byun, MD believes
targeting and repairing the tissues and muscles beneath the skin is best for optimal results. He addresses the often-ignored "midface" region (area beneath the eyes including the nose and structures). His skillful technique focuses on restoring the natural youthful disposition of the face by
elevating and raising the malar cheek pad with very small incisions, which are hidden from the human eye.