Benefits of a Mini Facelift in Toronto

Benefits of a Mini Facelift

Minimal Scarring
The scars are hidden behind and within the ears, so people enjoy the results without unsightly scars. The skill of the surgeon is very important for those who wish to minimize scarring. Dr. Mulholland’s surgical technique keeps scars hidden from view.

Minimal Side Effects
Many people prefer a mini facelift to a traditional facelift due to the minimal side effects. Patients experience less bruising and swelling when compared to a traditional facelift. That greatly reduces the recovery time.

Improved Self Confidence
People can’t help but feel confident after a mini facelift. They look years younger and love showing off their results.

No General Anesthesia
A mini facelift is performed under local instead of general anesthesia. People can enjoy the age-defying benefits without having to go under full anesthesia. This gives people more confidence as they prepare for the procedure.

Mini Facelift Risks

Mini facelifts, like all procedures, come with a small chance of potential complications. Selecting a highly experienced, trusted surgeon is paramount to minimize the likelihood of complications. The team at Mmedispa has years of experience performing mini facelifts and have not experienced the risks associated with the procedure:

Infections
Preventative antibiotics are given.

Hematomas
Small blood collections under the skin that require drainage.

Facial Nerve Damage
Dr. Mulholland has not had a permanent facial nerve injury in 22 years and over 2000 facelifts.

Adverse Reaction
It is very uncommon to have an adverse reaction to local anesthesia.

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