Mid Face Lift

The loss of volume in the mid-face area and the gravity effect of the mid-face soft tissues during the aging process negatively affect the appearance of the lower eyelid and the central area of ​​the face.


Middle face; It is the central part of the face that is located next to the nose and just under the eyes. When we draw a vertical line from the outer edges of both eyes downwards, the area between these lines is called the "middle face".


By location, the mid-face area is mostly in a functional and aesthetic relationship with the lower eyelid. Individual differences can be observed in the anatomy of this region. The most important of these Individual differences are differences in cheekbone anatomy. Individuals with strong bone structure are resistant to mid-face aging. Individuals with weak bone structure or weak soft tissue adhesion to bone are prone to mid-face aging.


Mid-face aging manifests itself with symptoms such as a dimpling in the transition between the lower eyelid and cheek, the appearance of the lower eyelid visually longer, the emergence of under-eye bags, tear grooves, and lower cheek fullness. During the aging process, volume losses and sagging in the mid-face area can be resolved by mid-face lift surgeries.

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