If you’re thinking about getting a facelift, we are happy to help, and we will now discuss the benefits, what makes a good candidate for a facelift, the expected results, and how you can contact us to schedule a consultation.
A facelift, also known as a rhytidectomy, is a way to combat the cosmetic effects of aging, such as wrinkles and looseness of skin around the chin and neck, to maintain or turn back time to a more youthful appearance. It’s not a new procedure, but due to advancements in the last 15 years, there are new techniques that have immensely improved the process of getting a facelift.
Who is a Good Candidate?
A good candidate for a facelift k is generally between the ages of 40-70, which is when people begin to feel discouraged by the effects of aging and sometimes wish they could look younger. Maybe you don’t like your wrinkles, or you’ve developed a lot of loose skin in the lower face and neck. The best results are seen in people who take good care of their skin and who are non-smokers. This reduces the risk of negating the effects and potentially needing a second surgery. Other good signs that you are a good candidate for a facelift include having:
How Does the Surgery Happen?
Our plastic surgeon will lift and tighten the underlying muscles of the face to create an aesthetically pleasing appearance that rejuvenates the clients face. The surgeon can also remove the excess pockets of fat and skin that contribute to an older, tired look. The surgeon is experienced and skilled and will be performing the procedure with an artistic eye and extraordinary attention to detail. That way, patients are left with beautiful, natural-looking results.
What are the Expected Results?
The most important thing to remember is to have realistic expectations. A facelift will reduce wrinkles and tighten skin to help you look younger. With a facelift, a surgeon can reallocate fat, tighten the musculature to repair any sagging, and also tighten the skin itself to create smoother skin. A facelift may not be your only option, but it is best to consult with a surgeon to determine if there’s a particular flaw that is causing you to feel insecure.
Who Should I Call?