A facelift, also known as a rhytidectomy, is a popular way for people to reduce the signs of aging on their face and neck. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 66 percent of all facelift procedures are done on patients 55 years old and above. This is often the time in our lives when facial aging becomes troubling enough for us to take corrective measures.
As we get older, our skin and underlying facial tissue begin to lose elasticity and succumb to the forces of gravity. This is when deep wrinkles and sagging skin start to take over and alter our appearance.
There are quite a few variations in technique when it comes to a facelift procedure. Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Sandy Sule offers both full and mini facelifts to provide patients with the best in surgical facial rejuvenation.
For more details about the facelift procedure, contact our Dallas office to set up a private consultation.