Sagging face: Bones to blame?

09/12/2008 15:48

A new theory suggests that sagging of the face, an inevitable fact of ageing, is actually down to bone movements and not just soft tissue changes.  It is predicted that cosmetic surgery to restore facial bones to their youthful positions will implicate a strong damage risk to the facial nerve.  Read more about this


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