Face & Neck Lift

As we age, gravity, sun damage and the stresses of daily life all take their toll. Deep creases form between
the nose and the upper lip, the jowl line slackens and folds and bands form around the neck.



The contemporary facelift reduces these highly visible signs of ageing, with far more natural looking results than earlier surgical techniques. There is now more emphasis on volume replacement and the direction (vector) of lifting rather than simply stretching sagging skin.

While most people think of facelift being pulling the face tight. Dr Liew’s philosophy on facelifting procedure is that:

“A facelift is not about pulling the face tight, but rather about lifting the face the right amount and reshaping bottom heavy face shape fromjowling and sagginess, so that there is more fullness in the upper part of face and a taper in the lower face.This is called the triangle of youth. A good facelift should look soft, natural, well-enhanced and never tight.”

This new approach involves lifting and suspending the deeper layer of the skin and underlying facial muscles - allowing less skin to be re-sected. Skin is then repositioned and re-draped and lost volume is restored, giving the face more youthful contours.

The result is a more beautiful and refreshed appearance without any tell-tale signs of surgery.

Equally important, but something that is mostly neglected, is the after care. Under the supervision of Dr Liew, patients who have facial surgeries will be educated and provided with our unique Beauty Through The Ages program, so that their newly achieved appearance can be maintained with little, simple nonsurgical care for years to come. Therefore looking the best at their future, respective, stages of life.



A sagging neck is often the first tell-tale sign of ageing – especially in the harsh Australian environment. Generally, however, neck lifts are most effective if performed in combination with a facelift. (See Facelift above)

View Face Lift Before and After Gallery →

Everybody will notice, no-one will know
Dr Steven Liew