Over time our skin starts to lose its collagen and elasticity, these work to keep our skin smooth and firm. The aging process is inescapable but there are procedures that can help to pause time and reduce the effects of aging, such as a facelift. Many women and men who start to see signs of aging, start to wonder what they can do to diminish these. There are many ways to help with aging without surgery such as:
- Laser Skin Resurfacing
- Skin Tightening
All these procedures are minimally invasive and help to make your skin look younger, but do these procedures work to the same effect as a facelift? A facelift completely rejuvenates your look by getting rid of the sagging skin, wrinkles, and jowls. This takes years off of your looks and is long lasting.
Life gets in the way, many people put off surgery because they feel they don’t have the time or money to spend on the procedure or recovery process. Surgery can be intimidating, our doctors at Faces First Cosmetic Surgery will talk through any anxieties related to undergoing surgery and help you be completely informed, so you feel comfortable undergoing this procedure. Though facelifts don’t have an age limit, it can be harder to obtain great results the more aging sets on. The perfect time to get Facelift is when you start to notice clear signs of aging.
Signs of Aging
- Sagging Skin around the midface and jawline
- Marionette lines
- Facial volume has fallen
- Creased and sagging skin in the neck
- Double chin from loose skin.
- Nasolabial folds
All of these signs can force you to feel older than you are, if you want to get back to a younger-looking you, then a Facelift will help with that.
Talk to a Doctor
If you are considering a facelift, now is the time to get one. Once you start to feel self-conscious because of again skin, a facelift is right for you. Dr. Nicolette Picerno and Dr. Christopher Cote have years of experience in helping patients rejuvenate their faces, aiding them in getting smooth, firm, younger-looking skin. To learn more about Facial Rejuvenation then contact our office or fill out a form online.