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How Do I Know if It’s Time for a Face Lift?

Face Lift

Father Time and gravity can make a dynamic duo when it comes to your appearance. People over the age of 50, or sometimes even younger, can begin to feel very frustrated and unhappy about the effects aging can have on the face and neck.

If you feel insecure because of loose, sagging facial skin and an aged appearance, you may have considered whether a face lift is a good option. Here are some tips to help you decide if it’s the right time to schedule that face lift consultation.

You No Longer Like What You See in the Mirror

  Men and women who aren’t in their 20s or 30s anymore still deserve to feel comfortable and confident in their own skin.

If the aging process has left you anxious and depressed about what you see in the mirror or uncomfortable being in social situations or having your photo taken, it might be time to consider how a face lift can help.

When performed properly, a face lift delivers a subtle, natural-looking rejuvenation that leaves you looking like a more youthful version of yourself. Face lifts don’t have to be overdone or too tight, and some friends and family may wonder why you appear so refreshed but won’t know you’ve had surgery.

Nonsurgical Treatments Just Aren’t Cutting It

From BOTOX® to dermal fillers to laser skin rejuvenation, there are a multitude of nonsurgical ways to fight the visible signs of aging. While these treatments can deliver dramatic results and hold an aged appearance at bay for quite a while, there are limits as to what they can do.

If you feel like you dislike the appearance of your neck, or you see laxity and jowls along the jawline or your cheeks dropping downward, it’s time for surgery. Once the neck becomes a problem, that’s a sign that you’re out of useful non-surgical options.

If you’ve tried nonsurgical anti-aging options, but they just don’t deliver the kind of improvement you’d like, it might be time to consider a face lift for facial rejuvenation.


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