If you have become self-conscious about signs of aging such as sagging skin around the neck, loose jowls, and deep skin folds and creases that are giving away your age, talk to Dr. Kent about the benefits of facelift surgery. A facelift could be just what you need to freshen up your look and can be very effective for taking several years off your appearance. The procedure involves lifting and tightening loose skin, eliminating excess fat, and smoothing out the muscles to restore your youthful face shape.
Do I Need a Facelift?
The facelift targets the lower half of the face to tighten any loose skin around the neck and create a more defined jawline. Some of the most noticeable signs of aging appear around the neck, lower cheeks, mouth, and nose. The facelift will target these key areas to lift up the tissue and remove excess fat. You may be a good candidate for a facelift if you are concerned about the following:
- Loose or sagging skin around the neck
- Excess fat around the lower face
- Deep creases and lines around the neck and lower cheeks
- Sagging or crepey skin around the cheeks
- Deep lines and creases around the neck (neck bands)
- Hollowed cheeks
Dr. Kent will use a combination of specialized techniques, including liposuction to get rid of excess fat, and tissue manipulation to tighten muscles and remove excess skin.
Undergoing a Complete Facial Rejuvenation Makeover
A facelift can be combined with other facial surgeries that enhance the upper portion of the face as well for a fuller rejuvenation. You may be a good candidate for a brow lift or an eyelid lift in addition to facelift surgery. The brow lift will lift and tighten up loose skin above the brows and smooth out any deeper lines or furrows along the forehead. An eyelid lift will lift and tighten the delicate tissues around the eyes to create a wide-eyed and fresh-faced look. We can put together a custom facial rejuvenation package to target all of your problem areas during your consultation.
Schedule your facelift surgery consultation with Dr. Kent today.