QuickLift San Antonio
How Long Does the Result Last
The QuickLift™ can erase up to 10 years or more from your appearance almost instantly. Many factors, including skin type, sun exposure and heredity all play a role in determining how long the results will last.
What Can I Expect After the Procedure?
Before proceeding with any treatment, we’ll arrange a private consultation for you with Dr. Barone to discuss your personal desires and concerns. During this appointment, various treatment alternatives will be evaluated, post-operative care will be outlined and any risks associated with the procedure ill be discussed. You’ll carefully review albums of patient photos which serve to illustrate what can and, as importantly, what cannot be accomplished through cosmetic surgery. Naturally, the decision to move forward with any procedure rests entirely with you.
- Natural appearance
- Minimal Recovery
- Lasting results
Today, it is possible to turn back the hands of time – with minimal interruption to your busy lifestyle.
The QuickLift™ is a revolutionary outpatient procedure that lifts and tightens loose skin in the lower region of the face in a minimally invasive way.
How Many Years Has This Procedure Been Performed?
Variations of the QuickLift™ procedure have been performed for more than 30 years; however, the QuickLift™, a modified version of today’s standard facelift, is fast becoming the state-of-the-art procedure for sagging skin of the lower face.
When Should I Have the Procedure
Most QuickLift™ patients are between 40 and 65+ years of age with moderate to extensive sagging skin in the lower portion of their faces (lower cheeks, jaw line, excess skin under the chin).
*Results, time of surgery and downtime may vary.
How Is the Procedure Done?
Dr. Barone typically performs this procedure under local anesthesia.
The QuickLift™ is a minor outpatient procedure. Because this procedure is more conservative than a traditional facelift most patients experience minimal post-operative swelling, bruising and risk of complication.
The incision is carefully hidden along the sideburn area, behind the tragus of the ear, and under and behind the earlobe.
The skin and the underlying soft tissues called the superficial musculoaponeurotic system, or SMAS, are tightened and the excess skin is removed.
Dr. Barone uses an exclusive suturing technique to reduce tension at the closure and sutures under magnifications to further minimize visible scarring.
Click on the images below to see the success patients have had with Dr. Barone and the QuickLift.