A revolutionary new surgical technique will be introduced in Australia by Harvard-trained Swedish plastic surgeon Per Heden at the annual scientific conference of plastic surgeons there. The new technique, termed the keyhole surgery facelift, can do away with the stretched look and side effects associated with traditional facelifts.
a. This is also known as the endoscopic surgery.
b. It is conducted via the mouth or lower eyelid.
c. It results in a more youthful look.
d. It does not leave any post surgical scars.
e. Unlike traditional face lifts, it does not result in any hair loss or injury of facial sensory nerves.
f. Recuperation time is also much faster.
a. The surgeon makes a small incision inside the mouth, under the eyelid or behind the hairline.
b. Then a small, flexible tube with an attached light and camera lens is inserted under the skin.
c. A TV monitor enables the surgeon to see the layers of deep tissue.
d. These tissues are pulled upward, outward or repositioned to give the face a lift.