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Intraoral Facial Lifting: A Tactical Modification

There was improvement in several techniques for elevating the middle third of the face in search of lower surgical scars and morbidity. Conservative approaches have emerged using endoscopy, transconjunctival access, malar implants, direct lifting, multivectorial and multiplane. We highlight in this article, a technical modification of the authors, using the exclusive intraoral access for use in the surgical elevation of the middle third of the face. Webster-Labbé’s technical modification (LFI) to elevate the middle third of the face using an intraoral incision was efficient in the facelift in the present case, following the expected behavior concerning the previous anatomical study.


Webster Ronaldo*, LabbeÌ Daniel, Ely Pedro Bins Oxley Andrea and Battisti Caroline

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