Whether or not to get plastic surgery is something that a lot of people begin to consider as they show their age in various ways. Age starts to show in the form of wrinkles and sagging skin. Additionally, age spots, scars, or other blemishes may get you down. Sooner or later, you may start to feel like you no longer look like yourself. It’s only natural to want to counteract aging and plastic surgery can help a great deal, especially in regard to our faces. Your face is more than just a collection of body parts. It’s a huge part of your image and identity. This being the case, it’s important to make sure that we feel good about the way our faces look into middle age and beyond. A Closer Look at Facelifts Each and every one of us will experience some degree of sagging skin or visible aging on our faces as our cells lose their natural elasticity. A Facelift is designed to remove excess tissue and tighten what remains, reducing the appearance of wrinkles and bringing back that youthful firmness we remember. A standard Facelift generally takes only a few hours for your plastic surgeon to perform. This is especially the case if it’s in tandem with another procedure such as a Brow Lift or a Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery). Your doctor will make the necessary incisions, remove any extra skin, and then tighten up the muscle structure and remaining skin to restore your appearance. Sometimes minor liposuction may also be performed, depending on what exactly you and your surgeon discussed. Ask your doctor more about the scope of your individual Facelift when you arrive for your consultation. Am I a Good Candidate for a Facelift? If you’re in generally good health and the skin and muscle structure of your face is in good health overall, then you may be a good candidate for a Facelift. As long as your expectations are realistic, Facelift surgery may be something that could improve your self image. Ask your doctor about the possibilities today.
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