Aging is inevitable, but you don’t have to let it show on your face. If you’re unhappy with the way your face looks and feels, a facelift may be right for you.
We all want to look and feel young. A facelift can help you achieve that goal. Facelifts are designed to correct sagging skin, wrinkles, creases and other changes associated with aging. In addition, the procedure can reduce or remove fat deposits in the neck and jowls.
What Is a Facelift?
A facelift is an in-office surgical procedure that lifts and tightens the skin on the face and neck to remove wrinkles and create a more youthful appearance. The procedure involves removing unwanted fat from beneath the chin or cheeks or from behind the ears, as well as tightening underlying muscles in order to lift them up toward the scalp line.
The goal is to restore a more youthful appearance by removing excess fat, tightening muscles, and repositioning underlying structures of facial bones.
Achieving Your Ideal Look
A facelift can be performed on anyone who is unhappy with their appearance as a result of aging or other factors. Most people who choose to undergo a facelift are in their 40s or 50s, but patients of any age may benefit from this procedure.
The goals of a facelift are simple: You want your face to look natural, yet younger than it did before the surgery. Facial rejuvenation is not limited to just one area of the face; it includes several different procedures that restore balance and symmetry to your facial features. The results vary from patient to patient depending on your unique concerns and desires.
The goal of a facelift is to restore a more youthful appearance by removing excess skin and tightening underlying tissues.
The surgery can improve deep creases around your mouth and nose, drooping eyelids, and jowls (sagging skin). It can also help with depression in your cheeks caused by fat loss after weight loss or pregnancy. The results are often more dramatic than other cosmetic procedures such as liposuction since all of these problems are addressed at once instead of one at a time.
To schedule your consultation, call Dr. Renato Saltz, MD in Salt Lake at 801-274-9500 or Park City at 435-655-6612.