Category Archives: Q&A – Facelift

The Albany Plastic Surgery Blog by Dr. William F. DeLuca




Nothing But Neck – Kybella vs. Liposuction To Treat Neck Fat

Fullness of the neck due to excess neck fat can be treated with both invasive and non-invasive strategies. Removal of this fat can give better definition to the jaw like and neck and make patients look younger and more fit. … Continue reading

Hollow Cheeks – Treatment with Implants, Fat Transfer, and Fillers

The aging, hollow face is typified by soft tissue decent and volume loss. These stigmata of growing older are manifest by the development of nasolabial folds, marionette lines, and jowls combined with a sunken mid-face and hollow cheeks. In recent years, DeLuca … Continue reading

Deciding On Your Best Option: Mid Facelift vs. Mini Facelift

There are multiple types of facelifts; determining which procedure is right for you can be difficult. We want to help our patients make the right choices concerning their personal appearance, so we’re going to help you select a procedure that … Continue reading

There is No “Right” or “Best” Age for a Facelift

The facelift is experiencing a bit of a renaissance it would seem. I have patients of all ages ask about the surgery and whether or not they would be a “good” candidate for the procedure. It’s a good question. Fifteen years … Continue reading

Face Q&A: For Sunken Hollow Cheeks, Fillers, Fat Injections or Facelift?

Question – Below my cheekbone a hollow channel is inching towards the center of my face. I had a facelift two years ago and cannot figure out what is causing this. What can be done to correct this? The facelift … Continue reading