Faces are one of the first things people notice when interacting with another individual. That’s why keeping them youthful, vibrant, and looking in good health is crucial to making first and lasting impressions. However, life certainly has other plans, and plenty of natural processes and circumstances may leave your face worse for wear. But with a skillfully handled facelift surgery, your face could look years younger!
So, could you benefit from facelift surgery? If so, some of the following may apply to you:
Your Face Has Lost Volume
As you may have deduced by the procedure’s name alone—facelift—it serves to restore the natural volume of your face that has been lost. Lost volume in your face is often the result of the breakdown of collagen under the skin but can also be due to a shift in the balance of your facial fat throughout your life.
Your Face Has Developed Deep Wrinkles
As people maneuver through their lives and begin to age into their later years, wrinkles naturally start to develop. When you may begin to see natural wrinkling occur depends on your genetics as well as certain lifestyle choices. However, they are always inevitable. But with facelift surgery, a significant amount of wrinkles can be nullified, and deeper creases can be lessened.
Your Neck and Jaw Are Drooping
Similarly to facial wrinkles, the skin on an individual’s jaws and neck can begin to sag and droop in the later phases of life. This excess sagging is often referred to as jowls. Jowls, again, happen naturally as skin loses its elasticity. This process can also be exacerbated by excessive sun damage to the skin around your chin, neck, and jaw, as well as poor dieting and lifestyle choices.
Once again, a first-class facelift surgery will be able to reduce the signs of those troublesome jowls.
Professional Facelifts in Salt Lake City and Park City, UT
So, why not rejuvenate your face and look up to ten years younger with a professionally handled facelift surgery under the expert care of Dr. Saltz? Saltz Plastic Surgery has two convenient locations in Salt Lake City and Park City that can be reached at 801-274-9500 and 435-655-6612, respectively.