The Masculine Facelift

Women are not the only ones who want to look great as they age. Men, too, want solutions that help them to turn back the clock, while still keeping a natural and masculine appearance. Facelift surgery for men has seen a rise in popularity in recent years as an option for looking younger for longer. However, men have special considerations to take into account when considering a facelift in Vancouver.

For instance, the scars from a facelift can be particularly visible on men, who tend to have short or thinning hair around their faces. Another concern is that surgery, which re-positions the underlying tissue and muscle as well as tightening the skin, may produce results that are too dramatic for most men. Additionally, traditional facelift surgery addresses only the lower third of the face and neck, and many men want to correct signs of aging in the cheek and eye area.

At our office, we believe that nonsurgical options such as BOTOX® Cosmetic, dermal fillers, and laser skin resurfacing can significantly improve the appearance of the aging male face and eliminate or delay the need for a facelift. These treatments can smooth wrinkles, give a subtle lift to a sagging brow, and correct the appearance of sagging cheeks or jowls. For many men, these treatments provide all the improvements they need to look and feel rejuvenated.

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