What is an Endoscopic Facelift?

There are many different types of facelifts available, and traditional facelift procedures will benefit most patients. Based on your individual needs and goals, you may be a candidate for a full facelift, or a face lift that targets more specific areas, such as the lower face and neck. Facelifts, like other invasive plastic surgical procedures, take some time to recover from. There are others who may see facelifts of the past, and not want to have the tight and stretched look many facelift patients had.

An answer to this is endoscopic facelift. This means using an endoscope during the facelift procedure so that Dr. Peña may do very precise work on different area of your face. 

An endoscope is a small, thin instrument that has a tiny camera on the end of it. This allows Dr. Peña to be able to see the site through a small incision site. This small incision site is one of the benefits of endoscopic facelift surgery, because it means shorter, smaller scars. For this reason, it is also referred to as a “scarless facelift.” It also means an improvement in the precision of the work done. More muscle and deposits of fat are not touched, and sculpting a more natural looking face is possible. 

If you would like to learn more about endoscopic facelifts and are in the Naples, Florida area, please contact Dr. Manuel Peña to set up an initial consultation today.