How a Facelift Can Turn Back the Clock

Signs of aging can impact a person’s self-confidence, affecting their relationship with themselves and others. For many men and women who visit my practice in Atlanta, a facelift can make all the difference by offering them a natural-looking facial rejuvenation option for lasting results.

A facelift can turn back the clock – unlike watching the moments tick ahead in anticipation of a new year, see them turn dramatically backward in anticipation of a more youthful, memorable you. Imagine wrinkles, lines and sagging skin as just a thing of the past. People interested in facial rejuvenation in Atlanta often ask me how a facelift can help them.

How a Facelift Can Help You Turn Back the Clock

  • Loose skin on the jawline is tightened through incisions placed by and around the ear
  • Wrinkles and lines on the lower portion of the face are smoothed out as well
  • A frowning or drooping look around the mouth can be dramatically improved
  • Overall, facelift patients can look up to 10 years younger

What You Should Know About Facelifts

  • During surgery, underlying facial muscles are tightened and excess fat and skin are removed
  • Surgery can be performed under IV sedation or local (rather than general) anesthesia
  • Incisions generally follow the ear’s natural contours and should be nearly imperceptible once they have healed
  • Mini lifts and non-surgical procedures are also available and can be highly effective for the right person

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