Common combo. This is a common combination and one successful plastic surgeon who shall remain unnamed used to call this the blue plate special. This is not to make light of a very serious procedure with risks that should be fully understood prior to surgery but it does underscore the popularity of the combination.
Facelift and Eyes. This is a very common combination and should not add significant risk to the procedure. For the patient, it is easier as there is only one recovery period.
Yes. Those procedures are not uncommonly performed together to achieve periorbital and facial rejuvenation.
Common. The combination of facelift procedure with upper and/or lower eyelid procedures is extremely common.
Lots of patients. Eyelids, upper and lower have been done with face lift on thousands of patients with nice results , if done by the right surgeon.
Cosmetic surgery. These procedures are performed together every day. Be sure to have your face evaluated by a board certified facial plastic surgeon.
Very common. Quad blepharoplasty is routinely included in facelifting procedures in our practice with outstanding results.
Yes, very common. This combination of facial rejuvenating surgeries is very common and safe in the hands of a board certified plastic surgeon or facial plastic surgeon. Although the risks are somewhat different and additive since the procedures are inherently different, this combination can still be safe in most circumstances.
Yes. This is pretty routine in my practice.
Very often. These procedures are often done together, but they don't have to be. Blepharoplasty (eyelid lift) specifically addresses rejuvenation of the upper and/or lower eyelids. Facelift rejuvenates the lower 2/3 of the face (sometimes including the lower eyelids depending on the technique) and neck. Read more...
Common combo. Those procedures are very commonly performed together. In fact, oftentimes a eye lid lift is almost necessary to keep a harmonious result in someone getting a facelift (imagine a person with a younger appearing jaw and neckline with wrinkled and drooping eye lids). Addition of the blepharoplasty to the facelift doesn't change the recovery much and usually makes the result much better. Read more...
Yes. Happens all the time. Read more...
Yes! A very common and beneficial combination. Read more...