Facelift surgery, which is also known as a rhytidectomy, can effectively reduce the signs of aging on the face. The two most common types of facelifts are a mini facelift and a traditional facelift. The right type for you will depend on a number of factors.
During the procedure, the muscles of the face may be tightened to achieve an aesthetically pleasing contour and rejuvenate the structure of the face. You can also have excess fat and skin removed during the procedure. This surgery can address specific problems that include:
- Facial folds
- Excess skin
The best candidates for the procedure will have realistic goals about the surgery and will be diligent about following pre- and post-operative instructions. There are some individuals who choose to have this surgery administered in conjunction with other procedures for more drastic results. It all depends on the situation.
Signs of aging on the face can affect some individuals’ self-confidence. As you age, it is normal to lose volume and tissue structure, which causes the face and neck to develop deep creases and other issues. During a facelift, the deep tissue structures will be restored to the proper position, which will get rid of various signs of aging.
For many individuals, jowls are an embarrassing feature that can add many years to the face. This procedure can remove jowls to reveal a younger appearance overall. During the surgery, our doctor can sculpt and restore your jawline to a more appealing position.
One of the most noticeable signs of aging is loose skin. Although many individuals use anti-aging creams to treat this problem, they can’t reverse signs of the natural aging process the same way that a surgical procedure can. This surgery will help you achieve tighter facial and neck skin, resulting in a more youthful, rejuvenated appearance.
Would you like to find out if you are a candidate for facelift surgery at Sule Facial Plastic Surgery Clinic in Dallas, TX? If so, contact us today to schedule your consultation. We look forward to speaking with you!