Sumary of Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Andrew Jacono, Talks Deep Plane Facelift Technique And What You Need To Know If You Are Considering One:
- Dr. Andrew Jacono William Hereford When Marc Jacobs happily admitted that he underwent a facelift this past summer, people were surprised, but it’s a benchmark of how the perception of such procedures has changed in the last decade.
- We sat down with Dr. Andrew Jacono, the New York-based surgeon who performed the procedure, and who also counts Sonja Morgan and Paul Nassif as facelift patients, to understand why he feels he’s in the spotlight.
- He discussed highlights of his technique, advancements in the field, his tips for a speedy recovery, and a trending procedure.
- Can you explain why your facelift technique is getting so much attention lately?
- I think the reason that my extended deep plane facelift technique has gotten so much attention lately is because it lifts the skin and muscle (SMAS) together as one unit and repositions all deep cheek fat pads and musculature.
- Another tenet of the deep plane facelift is that drooping tissues are lifted vertically against gravity recreating the heart shape face of youth.