Midface Augmentation

By Gregory D. Albert, M.D. | Good Advice

For most people, it starts in their fourth decade. Over time, the effects of gravity, sun exposure, heredity and the basic stresses of living are revealed in the face. For over seventy years men and women age 40 have routinely been seeking facelift procedures. Up until recently, plastic surgeons did not have the technology necessary to give younger patients modest, natural-looking midface correction with predictable results.


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