Deep Plane Face Lift and Neck Lift in Antalya in Turkey

In deep plane face lift, the connective tissues that stabilize the face are released by entering under the tissue that surrounds the face, which we call smass.


Thus, lifting can be done easily in the desired direction to the deep tissues of the face. However, there are facial nerves under the smass. Therefore, this process is a very delicate process that requires experience.

Traditional facelifts surgery, in Dr Demir’s opinion, lack artistic vision. They merely take sagging tissue and stretch it over the cheeks. That’s why they look "tight and unnatural." Dr. Demir has breathed art into facelifts, elevating the procedure to a new plane(Deep Plane) where you "don’t look different" you become "a more natural, youthful and refined version of yourself." The Facial reshaping Facelift is truly a blending of art and science for the creation of natural beauty!!!

 a facelift does not add volume to your face, corrects your sagging tissues due to gravity, and gives your face a younger look. Therefore, if there is a loss of volume on your face, additional procedures such as fat injection will help you achieve a fresher appearance.

Neck Lift: Removing excess skin,muscle,glands and fat rehapes neck foundation

In the horizontal direction, the facial thirds of Leonardo are simple but useful ratios . The height of the upper lip is approximately half that of the lower lip and the chin. Horizontally, the width of the nose at its base should be approximately equal to the distance between the eyes .

In analyzing the frontal view, one should also consider the overall shape of the face. A 3:4 ratio between the width and the height of the head is fairly typical, but there is wide variation. Faces can be classified as square, round, oval, or triangular. A square or a round face may suggest a somewhat wider and shorter nose than an oval or a triangular one. An oval face is usually considered most pleasing.

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With age, our faces loose their "three-dimensional" quality and begin to lack the depth of a more youthful appearance. By the mid to late 30’s, one begins to see evidence of the inevitable pull of gravity on the soft tissue of the cheeks. This sagging tissue falls inward, towards the nose and chin, creating the "nasolabial fold", the "jowls" and the "turkey neck". This process thins out the face making the cheeks "more angular" and the entire face begins to take on a "relatively" more masculine appearance.

Fat Injection: 

Fat transfer, also known as fat grafting or autologous fat transfer, is the process of using the patient’s own fat to increase the volume of fat in another area of their body. The fat is harvested or extracted with a liposuction cannula. They are prepared for reintroduction into the body and injected into the new part of the body where the additional bulk is used for medical or cosmetic purposes. The most common donor areas, where fat is taken from, are the stomach, thighs, and waist.

The procedure is minimally invasive making it very appealing. Another advantage of fat transfer is that the body does not reject it because it is the patient’s own fat. However, there is a rate of absorption, a percentage of the transferred fat, that does not survive. Therefore, it is extremely important to select a surgeon that uses a proven technique with the highest fat survival rate.

Lip Lift:

Liplift surgery is often performed on individuals who have a long or thin upper lip, which may occur naturally or due to the aging process. It can also help correct a flat or drooping upper lip, giving a more youthful and balanced appearance to the face.

During a liplift surgery, an incision is typically made just beneath the nose, hidden within the natural crease. The excess skin between the nose and the upper lip is then removed, and the remaining skin is lifted and sutured into a higher position. This results in a shorter distance between the base of the nose and the upper lip, creating a more defined cupid's bow and exposing more of the red part of the lips.


The sequence of changes that occur in the aging face is relatively uniform; however, the rate of change varies from person to person. At approximately 30 years of age, sagging of the facial skin first becomes apparent, particularly where the upper eyelids overlap the palpebral lines. In addition, the mesiolabial folds deepen. At approximately 40 years of age, forehead wrinkles and horizontal skin lines at the lateral canthus begin to appear, and undulation of the mandibular line becomes noticeable. At age 50, the lateral canthus begins to slant downward, the nasal tip starts to descend, and wrinkles appear in the perioral area and the neck. At approximately the same time, some resorption of adipose tissue in the temporal and cheek areas occurs. At 60 years of age, the illusion of decreased eye size becomes pronounced, the skin is thinner, and fat resorption in the buccal and the temporal areas is more marked. By 70 years of age and thereafter, all these changes combine with progressive resorption of subcutaneous fat (Gonzalez-Ulloa et al., 1971). These changes can be clearly seen in the sequential self-portraits of Rembrandt

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