MACS Facelift

Conveniently located to serve Boston, Beverly, and New York City.
One of the things that eventually takes its toll on every person’s face is gravity. Over time, gravity causes the muscle and tissues of all areas of the face to descend resulting in a tired, aged appearance. Face and neck lifting can address loose, sagging muscle, tissue and skin in the cheeks, midface, jaw line and neck areas.

Face lifting with new techniques can now restore a more youthful fullness and projection by raising the underlying muscle and tissue and re-draping the skin – this results in a natural, non-surgical look. If excessive fat deflation has occurred, fat transfer to the face can be performed during the same surgery.

MACS face lift is a less invasive technique that can be performed under local anesthesia. A small incision is performed and the neck and cheeks are lifted with absorbable sutures. Patients return home the same day. Recovery ranges between 2-3 weeks. Neck lifting is often performed along with a face lift for a smoother more natural transition.

MACS face lift

Before / After


“Dear Dr. Glavas, thank you so very much for the work that you did for me. What a tremendous difference it has made in my comfort level and appearance. I will never be able to thank you enough. Also your staff and office helper were so kind and caring as you were. It made such a difference.”


MACS Face lift is an excellent investment in an individual’s well being. Because of this, we believe financial considerations should not be an obstacle to your procedure. At the office we accept all methods of payment as well as financing by CareCredit. Please see the financing section of our website or click below to get an instant reply.
For more information about MACS Face lift surgery or to schedule an appointment please call (617) 262-0070 or contact us by email by filling in the form below.
Your MACS Facelift will be performed by Dr. Glavas in Boston.

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