Attention: Facelift

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No one has to leave their youthful look behind as they age. An experienced and skilled cosmetic surgeon can remedy the effects of time and gravity. Facelift surgery can even address issues of early aging before they take hold. Here we will introduce you to the benefits of facelift surgery and some of its basic postulates. Practically, it is an introduction to facelift surgery and everything that it stands for.

Why have a facelift?

As we grow older, our skin’s elasticity is minimized, as well as our facial tissues volume. As a result, we will have loose skin on the neck, get deep wrinkles and gain jowls on the lower face. All of that can crush our self-confidence and can have an adverse effect on both our career and personal relationships.

One can mitigate that following a facelift, patients that had a facelift tend to get a massive boost about their appearance. That newfound confidence often translates into a better standard of living, greater ambitions, and increased lust for life. People decide to have a facelift surgery because they have seen the before and after changes in friends or other people.

Types of facelifts

Facelift surgery is a highly customized intervention that is tailored to the patient’s needs. The performing surgeon also tailors his techniques accordingly.

 

  • Mini Facelift  

 

People with a mild degree of sagging and jowling make the perfect candidates for a mini-facelift. It is a low invasive technique that allows the cosmetic surgeon to tighten the deep facial tissues with short incisions. In most cases, the incisions will be done above the ears. That way the surgeon can correct the jawline and give new life to a “tired appearance.” A mini-facelift can be performed with general or local anesthesia, which depends on the patient, and it is the cosmetic surgeon that makes the final call. This type of facelift is also known as mini lower facelift as it focuses on that part of the face.

 

 

  • StandArd Facelift

 

A traditional or standard facelift is way more extensive, and it addresses moderate to advanced aging on the neck and the mid-face. Through careful incisions, a skillful cosmetic surgeon can effectively restore the natural contours of both the neck and the face. Because the incisions are more extensive, so are the results and the recovery period is longer.

 

 

  • Laser, Non-Surgical Facelift

 

This type of treatment can increase the quality of the skin and tighten all the pores. That way the skin can significantly increase its glow. This procedure is non-invasive, meaning no incisions are done. It comes with no risk and little to no recovery time. However, some patients may experience partial redness. But that usually goes away in just a couple of hours.

The biggest downside to this is that patients can’t expect the same level of improvements as with mini and standard facelifts. Many even claim that non-surgical facelifts are not actual facelifts and that they shouldn’t be considered as such. At the same time, lasers are perfect for those that like to take care of their skin before the aging process starts to take its toll.

Final words

We live in the Digital Age and a society in which personal appearance is everything. Like it or not, we are always judged by how we look, how we dress, who we hang out with, and so on. A facelift can, by all means, make everyone look more youthful and vibrant. Each of the facelifts has its specifics. Which one will suit you most is something that is between you, your expectations, and your surgeon. Aging cannot be stopped, but it can be prolonged!

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