What Conditions Will A Facelift Address?

Are wrinkles and fine lines starting to appear on your face? A facelift can reverse those changes and keep new wrinkles at bay for a while longer, so that you look more youthful. A well done facelift will restore facial contours and give your face a soft, natural appearance. But what conditions will a facelift address.

Why you may need a facelift
The effects of aging, poor lifestyle choices, and too much sun, can make you look older than you are. These factors reduce skin elasticity, causing facial tissue to sag and droop. Facelift surgery (rhytidectomy) will refresh your appearance and highlight your natural beauty.

Facelift surgery involves tightening the underlying facial muscles and removing any excess skin. It is an outpatient procedure that is usually performed under general anesthesia. Facelift surgery typically takes 3-4 hours to complete (click here to learn more).

What Conditions Will A Facelift Address?
A full facelift is designed to address the effects of aging on the face and upper neck. It therefore restores natural contours and definition to the jawline and neckline.

A facelift will address the following conditions:

  • Deep lines, wrinkles, and folds near the cheeks and mouth, especially nasolabial folds.
  • Sagging jowls
  • Loose skin and folds on the neck.
  • Loose neck muscles.

Correcting these issues will give the face a soft, youthful look, and make the skin firmer.

Are you looking to get rid of wrinkles and prominent facial folds, to rejuvenate your appearance? If yes, you may be a good candidate for a facelift. Candidates for facelift surgery should also be in excellent health, and have reasonably good skin elasticity.

If you are in the Raleigh & Durham, NC areas, contact Stein Plastic Surgery to find out more about facelift surgery.

You can reach them at www.facialdoc.com, or by calling 919.261.7099.

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