As face lifts have become more popular with time, there has also been growing interest to find a technique that is less abrasive than the original. Research found the layer that needed to be targeted was the Superficial Musculo-Aponeurotic System (SMAS). The difficulty then became discovering a technique that only affected the SMAS, and not any of the surrounding tissue.
One of the most prominent issues with facelift is the maintenance of the integrity of the facelift over time. Desire has also increased for a non-invasive procedure that has positive, noticeable results in reducing rhytids and increasing elasticity.
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Last date updated on June, 2014