Groundbreaking Hybrid Facelift Technique Published in Aesthetic Surgery Journal
NEW YORK, Nov. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — In their November issue, the Aesthetic Surgery Journal published a new breakthrough facelifting technique which gives superior results with fewer complications than current techniques in practice. The pioneer of this new Minimal Access Deep Plane Extended Vertical “MADE” Facelift is NY Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Dr. Andrew Jacono. The study, out this month, reveals that combining the optimal features of the deep plane facelift and those of the short-scar minimal access cranial suspension lift, result in a more significant vertical motion of the mid-face and jaw line with a more natural-looking result. Additional benefits include greater neck rejuvenation with a significant decrease in the need for additional tucks and completely hidden scars.
“The ‘MADE’ facelifting technique is the most cutting edge approach to facelifts practiced today,” said Dr. Jacono. “The results achieve an ideal balance between the midface, lower face and neck, giving the most natural appearance.”
“The ‘MADE’ facelifting technique is the next step in the evolution of facelifts,” said Dr. Jacono. “We have taken all of the benefits of previous facelifting innovations and revolutionized the procedure to address the mid-face and neck as a new aspect,” explains Dr. Jacono, who is known for his advanced techniques and natural results. “Traditional procedures lift just the skin and disrupt superficial blood vessels, which causes bruising and swelling. The ‘MADE’ facelift lifts under the muscle layer where there are no blood vessels, so there is no bleeding and very limited bruising, resulting in a healing process that’s twice as fast as traditional techniques.”
Dr. Jacono’s new study, “The Minimal Access Deep Plane Extended Vertical Facelift” co-authored by Dr. Sachin Parikh, appears in the November 2011 issue of Aesthetic Surgery Journal.
About Dr. Andrew Jacono
A Dual Board Certified, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon with offices in Manhattan and Great Neck, NY, Dr. Jacono is Section Head of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at North Shore University Hospital Manhasset; Assistant Clinical Professor, Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; Director of The New York Center for Facial Plastic and Laser Surgery in Great Neck, NY and author of the book FACE THE FACTS: The Truth About Plastic Surgery Procedures That Do and Don’t Work. Dr. Jacono’s second book, The Face of The Future: A Less Invasive Approach to Reversing Facial Aging is slated for early 2012. His new show Facing Trauma is currently airing on Discovery Fit & Health.
With surgical privileges at six New York area hospitals, an extensive background in Head and Neck Surgery with a subspecialty training in Facial Plastic Surgery, Dr. Jacono is recognized amongst his peers for his innovative surgical techniques and skills. His clinical research has been presented at several national meetings and symposiums and he has authored numerous manuscripts and published articles in leading medical journals on a variety of surgical techniques, including minimally invasive endoscopic facial plastic surgery and lip augmentation.
To learn more about Dr. Jacono and his practice, visit www.newyorkfacialplasticsurgery.com.
SOURCE New York Center for Facial Plastic and Laser Surgery