As we age, our skin loses its elasticity and starts to sag. This is called aging skin or sagging skin. As we get older, it becomes more challenging for us to maintain healthy-looking skin.
In addition, as we age, our genes start to show on our face and body. There are several ways in which you can get rid of this problem but the most effective one is getting a facelift surgery.
What is a Facelift?
There are many reasons why loose skin can appear on your face, but one of the main causes is aging. As people age, their skin starts to experience changes in texture and color as well as lose elasticity and strength over time. This means that as we get older we start to see wrinkles and creases forming on our faces which can make us look older than we really are.
Facelift surgery is performed by an experienced and qualified cosmetic surgeon who makes incisions under the chin or around the ears and lifts up the sagging skin so that it falls back into place again with little effort from you!
The surgeon removes excess fat and tightens up the underlying muscles using dissolvable stitches (sutures), which allows him/her to perform this procedure without leaving any scars behind.
A facelift involves removing excess fat and skin from around the cheeks, jawline, and neck area – this is known as an upper blepharoplasty or brow lift – while tightening up muscles in these areas using sutures and staples. These changes will result in smoother, firmer skin that retains its youthful elasticity.
It is very important for a facelift to be done by a professional plastic surgeon. There are many people working in this field who are not surgeons, and therefore can do more harm than good, especially if you do not know that they are not real doctors
The best way to find out if facelifts are right for you is to consult with an experienced and qualified plastic surgeon that you trust. Remember that the earlier you get started on a facelift journey, the more likely the results will be desirable compared to when waiting later in life.
Call Renato Saltz, MD today at Salt Lake at 801-274-9500 or Park City at 435-655-6612 to schedule your consultation!