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Mini Facelift (MACS Lift)

Mini Facelift (MACS Lift)

Perhaps you have only a few areas of sagging skin on your neck and jowls, with creases and wrinkles on your face. You want to correct those concerns but do not need the more comprehensive facial rejuvenation provided by a traditional facelift. Orlando men and women who fit this description can be ideal candidates for the MACS lift, a type of mini facelift, performed by Dr. Kenrick Spence. It's a less invasive procedure, yet it can achieve a refreshed, younger appearance.

Take the first step on your journey to enhancing your appearance beautifully and naturally. Request a consultation with Dr. Spence today. Or, you can give us a call at (407) 999-2585, and one of our knowledgeable staff members will be happy to help you.

Who Is a Candidate for a Mini Facelift?

Men and women who have less dramatic signs of aging are good candidates for a MACS lift. Determining whether you may benefit from a mini facelift is part of your consultation. At that time, Dr. Spence can assess your skin elasticity and the muscle tone in your face and neck. Patients with mild or moderate loss of elasticity can typically see dramatic improvement with a MACS lift.

You can see the results of other patients who have had a MACS lift by browsing our Before & After Photos.

Preparing for Your Procedure

Dr. Spence will provide a detailed assessment of your facial bone structure, along with evaluating your face and neck muscle tone and the laxity of your skin. This information, coupled with your cosmetic goals, will be part of your discussion with Dr. Spence before making decisions about the type of procedure that best suits your needs.

Dr. Spence will tailor a unique skincare regimen for you to use prior to and after getting a mini facelift. Our Orlando aesthetic institute offers facelift patients medical-grade cosmetic products for home use. Dr. Spence will also provide you with detailed instructions for your recovery, so that you can prepare ahead of time.

MACS Facelift Procedure

MACS stands for minimal access cranial suspension. It is a short-scar facelift technique that is less invasive than the component facelift procedure Dr. Spence offers. Because it's less invasive, a MACS facelift is easier to combine with other treatments to complete your facial rejuvenation.

Dr. Spence uses his comprehensive knowledge of facial rejuvenation technology and techniques to customize a treatment plan that integrates both the MACS lift procedure and other techniques. To carry out this treatment plan, Dr. Spence first performs the MACS lift, which requires less access to the underlying facial tissues. He then integrates the other treatments, such as fat transfer to fill out areas such as the cheeks and fractional laser resurfacing to smooth wrinkles.

MACS Lift Recovery & Results

After a MACS lift, patients typically can return to their normal activities within a few days. Many patients can schedule the procedure on a Thursday and return to work the following Monday. Although minor swelling may occur, this usually subsides quickly. After they have recovered, patients enjoy a subtly younger, refreshed appearance.

Patient Reviews

Hillcrest Plastic Surgery


4.8

Based on 28 reviews

roxanne jones

I love the office and staff here, They are always so friendly and pleasant. I love the different Promotion they offer for the holiday also the doctors are ausome the best that I have ever encounterd and I have had a few nits and tucks done here and there.

Ashley Andy

I got a boob job from Dr McClure at Spence's office. I couldnt be happier. He had great bedside manner, didnt go too big and staff was excellent! I would recommend to anyone!

Connie Hansen

I have been a patient of Dr. Spence twice now. I love the results and thanks to him I feel great! Dr. Spence and his team are very friendly and professional, they make you feel right at home. I would definitely recommend all my friends and family.


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