By Thursday, September 14, 2017on
Deflation in the face is caused by fat vanishing in the midface (eyes, cheeks) which results in a tired, older looking face with more folds.
Constriction happens because of the long-term movement of muscles and it causes creases in the face.
Sagging happens to the face below the surface of the skin. The large tissue structures below the face naturally start to ‘droop’ or sag after many years and this is the most visible sign of ageing in the face.
Can I get away with not having a facelift if I use fillers?
Fillers can only correct one of the three signs of ageing which is deflation. Fillers cannot correct constriction (creases) or sagging (droop). Standard fillers are also only a temporary fix which doesn’t last.
A MACS facelift is the only way to correct all three signs of ageing permanently and safely.