A 60 year old women had visited my practice in which she was seeking multiple facial surgeries. The patient was interested in preforming upper eyelid blepharoplasty, facial fat grafting for her entire face as well as under eyelids, a chin implant, and a neck lift (platysmaplasty) with lower face face lift (rhytidectomy). My team and I had resected excess skin from the upper eyelids in order to rejuvenate her upper eyelids. The chin implant was performed in order to cerate a symmetrical balance in her face in which would also help support her face lift with much more defined facial proportions. As far as the neck and facelift are concerned, we had elevated the skin and tightened the underlying facial tissues and muscle. As a result combining a chin implant, upper eyelid blepharoplasty and facial fat grafting harmonizes the face and provides a satisfactory result. In general, a face lift is not permanent and the skin may began to droop overtime due the nature of aging. It is expected that a face lift can last at least 10-15 years in the modest consideration but each patient is dependent on their own aging.