Dr. Carlos Wolf Explains the Intricacies of Deep Plane Face Lift


As facial rejuvenation continues to attract an ever expanding clientele, face lift ranks the fifth most performed cosmetic surgical procedure. Last year, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, over 130,000 people underwent a face lift, forming a spike of 4 percent compared to 2015.

As one of the most common, modern treatments, face lift has continuously evolved, sprouting disparate variants. One such modification is the deep plane face lift, which provides a natural look sans tightness and tension. Unlike the traditional procedure that dissects only under the skin, deep plane face lift goes under the muscles, leaving the skin attached to them. The outcomes are more pleasing and durable than those of an old-school face lift.

Expert in facial aesthetic techniques, board-certified surgeon Dr. Carlos Wolf takes us inside the operating ward to observe the intricacies of a deep plane face lift.

Warning: Not for the faint of heart.

wolfDr. Carlos Wolf is double board certified in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery as well as in Otolaryngology. With numerous professional accolades and media spotlights, he is one of the greats among the greatest facial plastic surgeons in the United States.
View his Haute Beauty profile and contact him here.

Video courtesy of Dr. Carlos Wolf