The facelift is one of the most demanding surgeries in aesthetic surgery. Unlike surgeries such as breast augmentation or calf correction on body parts that can be hidden through clothing, our face is the part of our body that we can not cover.

Our face is first perceived by our counterpart. Whether a face is perceived as beautiful depends on several factors. Even though there are not 100% symmetrical faces, this factor is important to the viewer. A face is perceived as beautiful if it can have a symmetry. The arrangement of eyes, ears and mouth play an important role in our understanding of whether we perceive our counterparts as good looking. When men or women decide to undergo a facelift, they express a great deal of trust in their doctor. The motivations of face lifts are different: The nose is found to be too big and not suitable, the face does not look „fresh“ enough or the eyes look too tired. No matter how ultimately the reasons for the facelift,

Of course, despite the facelift: To achieve this, we rely in our private clinic for aesthetic surgery in Berlin on the 3D facelift method. Unlike conventional procedures practiced in many clinics, which consider the two-dimensional plane of the face in planning and implementation, the 3D method focuses on preserving a natural facial expression. Therefore, not only the soft tissues of the face are displaced behind the ear in this surgical technique, but the face as a whole with the facelift refilled with volume. A pure tightening of the soft tissues and facial skin creates an artificial tension, but it results in a mask-like face that loses all naturalness. This is where the principle of the 3D facelift comes in: Volume deficits of the skin are filled with autologous fat transplantation, soft tissue duplications or endogenous components. The result is impressive. The natural facial expression remains with the facelift, if the right tension and the volume of the soft tissues are built up.