Patients wanting to enhance their face and rejuvenate their facial features turn to face-lift surgery.
What does a face-lift surgery involve?
A face-lift surgery does not mean your face is lifted. There are different areas of the face that might be considered necessary by your surgeon, based on your particular need.
Upper face-lift surgery can involve the forehead, upper eye lids, bags under the eyes and/or eye brow lift.
Mid face-lift surgery which can include the nose, cheeks and/or ears.
Lower face-lift surgery addresses jowls, chin, lips and neck
Is a face-lift surgery right for me?
If you want to rejuvenate your facial features and the non-invasive methods are no longer lasting or giving you the results you are looking for, you might want to consider a facelift surgery to permanently:
- Reduce the signs of aging in the face
- Address sagging skin on the face
- Reduce puffiness and bags under the eyes
- Remove excess sagging skin in the upper eye lids
- Eliminate the deep creases around the nose
- Permanently address the loss of muscle causing the development of jowls
- Remove excess skin under the chin
- Remove excess skin around the neck and reduce lines
What else do I need to know?
Face-lift surgery, like any other surgery, has its own risks. A skilled and experienced cosmetic surgeon’s goal is not to change your individual characteristics, but to merely enhance and rejuvenate your look into a more youthful and rested state.
It’s important to select a cosmetic surgeon who performs many face lift surgeries and has an extensive experience in facial cosmetic surgery. You and your cosmetic surgeon can discuss your ultimate goal in facial rejuvenation and together decide on the best way to proceed with your face-lift surgery needs.
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