September 18, 2016 / Leave a Comment
As people age, the effects of gravity,
exposure to the sun and the stresses of daily life can be seen in their
faces. Deep creases form between the nose and mouth (nasolabial fold).
The jawline grows slack and jowls emerge. Folds and fat deposits appear
around the neck. A facelift (rhytidectomy) is the name for a group of
operations that address these issues. Surgery cannot stop the aging
process. What it can do is “set back the clock,” improving the most
visible signs of aging by removing excess fat, tightening underlying
muscles, and redraping the skin of your face and neck.
A facelift can
improve the deep cheek folds, jowls, and loose skin around the neck
that come with age. A facelift can considerably reduce these signs of
aging by removing excess fat, tightening the underlying muscles, and
redraping the skin around the neck and face. Facelifts can be done
alone, or frequently performed in conjunction with another procedure
such as a browlift, eyelid surgery, or nose reshaping. If your problem
areas are limited to the neck, a more conservative procedure, known as a
“necklift” will be recommended. In some cases, a facelift can reduce
the outward signs of aging by ten or fifteen years.
Watch our client discuss her facelift with eyes in Thailand