Published October 19, 2011 By Dr. Adam Lowenstein

I’m finally getting to write about some of the experiences that I had at the recent meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgery in Denver. In particular I enjoyed a fantastic panel where five of the most well-known facial plastic surgeons discussed the way that they do facelifts. It seems as though they are increasingly thinking about facial structure in the same manner that I do here in Santa Barbara: the soft tissue of the face needs to be sculpted and repositioned vertically rather than pulled toward the ear. This avoids the overdone looks and facelifts where the skin is pulled taut. By raising the soft tissue towards the cheekbones, I can restore the fullness in the midface and provide the most natural postoperative appearance. It seems that this is the increasing trend nationally and I’m pleased that my techniques are being adopted by so many.

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