SEOUL, South Korea–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Normally, the aging process begins around age 20, a loss of collagen and
elastin in our skin can lead to looser facial tone and the appearance of
fine lines, wrinkles, and creases.
One thing that we cannot change is the natural aging process. It plays a
key role. With time, we all get visible lines on our face. It is natural
for our face to lose some of its youthful fullness. Losing protein,
combined with a natural loss of fat on the face can make the upper
cheeks hollow and create heaviness above the jaw line (jowl) and around
the chin, giving tired and aged look.
For women, wrinkles are a sign of the aging process which is far from
their youth and the ones to be prevented to look younger. The trend of
“baby face” is strong not only among young generation of 20s to 30s but
also among in the mid-aged generations.
People seek out the ways to slow down aging process, but it is difficult
to prevent it through massage and clinical cosmetics. They are not
enough to care for the aged skin and wrinkles. As women are sensitive
about aging factors, they look for lifting surgery techniques for
There are two ways of facelift. One is incision type, and the other is
non-incision type. Recently, limited incision type is effective as much
as surgery, but those types tend to last for shorter periods and could
not improve deep wrinkles or too saggy skin.
Many experts recommend an incision type for stronger improvement on
wrinkles. According to Dr. Jung Yeon Ho of TL Plastic Surgery Lifting
Center, it is important to pull SMAS layer intensely and tighten it
Unlike the older version of widespread incision, this surgery only
conducts minimum incision on the cartilage of ear and use special
medical thread to lift subcutaneous layers underneath dermal layer,
simultaneously pulls the inner and outer layers of skin. It offers a
satisfactory result with semi-permanent effect.
Powerful SMAS Lifting in TL Plastic Surgery damages less on nerves. In
addition, patients can return to normal life immediately. A scar on the
surgical area is barely visible.