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Essentially the difference lies in the traction of the skin. While traditional facelifts use oblique traction, MACS facelifts use vertical traction of the deep tissue to produce smooth, youthful looking skin.
Under the right circumstances, the MACS facelift can produce incredible results. The best candidates for the procedure are those who feel their facial skin and neck is sagging, but still have some elasticity. As a result, most procedures are performed on patients between 40 and 60. However, there are also enormous benefits for patients up to 80 years old!
From the moment we connect, you’ll notice the Cosmetic Avenue difference.
Your confidence and happiness are paramount, and our team will do all that we can to make you feel comfortable and assured.
At your consultation, you’ll meet with your specialist to discuss your needs, the procedure and answer many of the common questions you may have before deciding to moving ahead.
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The procedure begins by making a short incision starting at the front of the ear and moving along the hairline. A small section of skin is then lifted, while a series of sutures are threaded into the muscle to tighten it.
The entire process generally takes around 2 or 3 hours and thanks to the size and location of the incision, any scars are almost unnoticeable as they blend into the hairline.
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The MACS facelift is less invasive and leaves a shorter scar. The techniques used to perform the procedure are also different.
Sutures are threaded into the deep tissue, tightening from points at the ear and forehead.
The procedure is less invasive as it requires a smaller incision, which means there are fewer risks involved. Overall the technique is a much simpler and effective way of lifting deep tissue – and of course, your recovery time is much shorter too.
While every patient is different, you should be able to get back to your day-to-day life within ten days, but for some patients this can take up to three weeks.