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Trinity Lift

What is Trinity Lift®? (Endoscopic Mid Face Lift)

Trinity Lift is a novel surgical technique for endoscopic mid-face lift. This unique and patented technique was developed by Dr. Ufuk Askeroğlu, and has been published in ISAPS and PubMed, two leading medical publications.

The Trinity Lift® procedure is designed to lift and rejuvenate the mid-face area, resulting in a more youthful and vibrant appearance. The surgery involves the use of advanced endoscopic technology to lift the underlying tissues of the mid-face, creating a natural and subtle lift.

During the surgery, two small incisions are made in the hairline, allowing the surgeon to access the underlying tissues and muscles using the endoscope. The mid-face is then lifted and secured using specialized sutures, resulting in a natural and subtle lift.

Trinity Lift® Surgery’s Advantage:

One of the main advantages of the Trinity Lift® procedure is the short recovery time. Most patients are able to return to work and resume their normal activities within a week or two following the surgery. However, it is important to note that some swelling and bruising may be present for several weeks after the procedure.

Trinity Lift® Incisions:

The incisions made during the Trinity Lift® procedure are small and strategically placed to minimize scarring. The majority of patients find that any scarring is virtually undetectable after the recovery period. The final result of the Trinity Lift procedure is a more youthful and vibrant mid-face area. Patients typically experience a natural and subtle improvement in the shape and contour of their mid-face, resulting in a more rested and refreshed appearance. The results of the procedure are long-lasting and can enhance a patient’s overall facial harmony and balance.

The Trinity Lift® surgery is a highly innovative and effective surgical technique for endoscopic mid-face lift. With its unique combination of advanced endoscopic technology and specialized sutures, the procedure offers a safe and effective solution for those looking to rejuvenate their mid-face area. With a short recovery time and virtually undetectable scarring, the Trinity Lift® procedure is an excellent choice for patients looking to enhance their natural beauty.

Advantage of Trinity Lift over other mid-face lift methods:

In contrast to conventional methods, Trinity Lift® requires small incisions on the scalp which are totally invisible 10 days after the operation. Since Trinity Lift is minimally invasive, it provides considerably easier and more effective results. The under-eye area, the cheekbones, and the nasolabial folds are the three areas which are addressed during Trinity Lift®. The name Trinity Lift® is derived from the prefix ‘TRI’ to emphasize the three lifting points in this technique.

Who is a candidate for Trinity Lift® operation?

People who do not have settled deep lines and sagging that is very dense are the best candidates for this operation. Patients between the ages of 30 and 60 who wish to look younger and more dynamic but do not require a major and open face lift operation because they do not experience a serious loss of elasticity on their face typically undergo Trinity Lift®, which can be performed on both men and women. It is unquestionably not an advanced aging aesthetic, but it is also appropriate for patients in their 20s with a genetically droopy midface.

The Inventor of Trinity Lift® Surgery:

Trinity Lift AKA (Endoscopic Midface Lift and Lower periorbital unit lift) is one of Dr.Ufuk Askeroglu’s signature surgeries, it is done through two small incisions in each side of the hairline (left & right) each being 2cm, which are hidden under the hair and are completely invisible after the surgery. The lift in this technique is done from three different points in the cheek.All targeted points have different roles, supporting the malar fat pad and cheek elevation, SOOF elevation, and enhancement of lower eyelid, with harmonious and attractive result. Trinity Lift® serves to rejuvenate midface and lower orbital unit in terms of volume, shape and position. Since it addresses three points, we call it ‘‘Trinity Lift’’.This surgery helps patients get rid of their droopy and sagging cheeks as well as their nasolabial folds.

Combining Bella Eyes® & Trinity Lift®:

Since both Trinity Lift® and Bella Eyes® are done through the same incisions and the recovery time is the same for both surgeries, patients who have droopy eyes and cheeks are advised to undergo both surgeries simultaneously. The reason for it is; In extremely droopy eyes, it is highly essential to support the lower eyelid, and the region which supports the lower eyelid region is the midface; therefore, if Bella Eyes® is combined with Trinity Lift®, it is possible to achieve more slanted eyes even in patients with extremely droopy eyes.


What is the recovery process like after Trinity Lift®?

The recovery time for Trinity Lift® is generally similar to other facial cosmetic surgeries. Patients can expect some swelling and bruising, which gradually subsides over time. Following post-operative instructions, including proper care of the incision sites, can help promote a smooth recovery process.

Is Trinity Lift® combined with other procedures?

Trinity Lift® can be combined with other surgeries, such as Bella Eyes®, particularly for patients who have both droopy eyes and sagging cheeks. Combining these procedures allows for comprehensive support of the lower eyelid and can enhance the overall outcome.

How long does Trinity Lift® surgery take?

The Trinity Lift® procedure is typically performed by a plastic surgeon in a hospital setting and takes approximately one and a half hours to complete. The precise duration may vary depending on individual factors and the extent of the surgery.

Is Trinity Lift® suitable for young patients?

While Trinity Lift® is commonly performed on patients between the ages of 30 and 60, it can also be considered for younger patients who have a genetically droopy midface and desire improvement in that area.


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