There are a great many techniques performed around the world for restoration of the aged face. Every surgeon has his own philosophy and some state that “their technique” is the best. The truth is that there is no one technique that is the best. Every patient is different and a modification in techniques is necessary for each and every patient. You, as a patient, are not symmetric. Each side of your face is slightly different, even if only by a small amount. This goes for your eyes, mouth, nose, cheeks and even underlying facial structure (bones).
The job of a cosmetic surgeon is to notice the differences in people and account for them. That is the art of aesthetic surgery.