The Endotine Ribbon Lift procedure is for the lower-face, including neck and jowl rejuvenation. It features the Endotine Ribbon implant that holds the tissues of the neck and jowl in a more elevated, youthful position.
Results and patient experience may vary.
Endotine Ribbon Implant
The Endotine Ribbon Lift is a procedure based on input from plastic surgeons experienced in neck and jowl rejuvenation that uses the Endotine Ribbon implant.
The Endotine Ribbon is comprised of a thin, flexible material with multiple tissue-holding points that allow your surgeon to secure your neck or jowl profile in just the right position. Then, as the repositioned tissue binds fully to its new surrounding tissues, the device is naturally absorbed and your profile remains in the improved position.
For an endoscopic (minimally invasive) Ribbon Lift, your surgeon will typically make a small, usually undetectable incision in the hairline or behind the ear.
In a conventional (open) Ribbon Lift of the lower-face, the surgeon will perform your procedure with incisions usually beginning above the hairline near the temples, extending in a natural line across the front of the ear and then behind the earlobe.