Vertical subperiosteal midfacelift: Suspension sutures transcutaneous versus transoral

Johannes Hoenig
Introduction: With age the soft tissue of the face tends to follow the forces of gravity more vertically rather than oblique. The cheeks begin to look saggy or flat, lower eyelids enlarges can become puffy or hollow and circles begin to appear under the eyes. This encourages performing an upper midface[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]