A surgical facelift aims to improve the early and visible signs of aging in the face and neck region, like:
Deep creases below the lower eyelids.
Sagging in the middle of your face.
Deep creases along the nose extending to the corner of the mouth.
Cheeks area that has fallen or has flattened.
Excess sagging of skin in the jaw area that creates jowls.
Drooping and inelastic skin and extra lipid deposits below the chin can even make a normal weight person look like having a double chin.
Lots of factors such as heredity, gravity and harsh weather and stress contribute to the damage of the firmness of the face and youthful look.
The surgical facelift is done in conjunction with a brow lift to correct an uneven and scanty brow and eyelid surgery to rejuvenate aging eyes.
What a facelift won’t do?
Though very efficient and effective in giving a fundamental appearance, a facelift does not claim to stop your aging process.
Only an expert surgical facelift can solve the problem and can give the desired result as non-surgical rejuvenation treatments cannot achieve the same results, but can delay the time at which a facelift becomes appropriate and give the desired result of surgery.