The transeyelid midface lift.

Abstract

The transeyelid approach to midface lift is an elegant approach for mild descent of malar soft tissue. The subciliary approach is the most commonly used and technically less challenging for surgeons experienced in facelift techniques. This technique in midface rejuvenation also has the advantage of ease of combining with other periocular and mid and upper face rejuvenation, such as blepharoplasty and forehead lift. Complication is rare with lid malposition, scaring, and temporary nerve function impairment being the most common.

DOI: 10.1016/j.cps.2014.09.004

Cite this paper

@article{Yin2015TheTM, title={The transeyelid midface lift.}, author={Vivian T Yin and Eva Chou and Tanuj Nakra}, journal={Clinics in plastic surgery}, year={2015}, volume={42 1}, pages={95-101} }