A facelift smoothes the loose skin on your face and neck, tightens underlying tissues, and removes excess fat. Your face appears firmer and fresher. Because people age differently, some people are candidates for a facelift in their late thirties while others wait until they are 60 or 70 years old. Signs of facial aging may manifest as the loss of a well-defined jaw line with jowl formation, deep wrinkles in the cheeks, and sagging skin near the cheekbone, loose skin, or excess fatty tissue and skin in the neck or a deep line that runs from the corner of the nose to the mouth.
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A forehead lift or brow lift corrects the sagging or low position of the eyebrows, softens horizontal creases across the forehead, erases the worried or angry expression that can result from frown lines, and opens the space between the upper eyelids and eye brows. The outcome is a more relaxed and refreshed appearance.
Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)
For many people, first signs of aging begin around their eyes. You may notice puffiness under your eyes, wrinkles around your eyes, or heavy, droopy upper eyelids. You may feel you look tired, sad, or angry when you are not. Cosmetic eyelid surgery can remove the excess fat and drooping skin of the upper eyelids, minimize the fullness under the eyes, and tighten the lower eyelids.