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At What Age Should A Woman Have A Facelift
Age for facelift: Facial aging can bother a person at varying ages. Mild aging can be treated non-surgically with skin care, botox, and filler injections. As aging progresses, procedures like mini-facelift, neck lift, or full facelift (with/without brow and eyes) become more appropriate. Consultation with a plastic surgeon will allow you to discuss your concerns to create the most appropriate treatment plan. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
None: Overall health and personal expectations are better indicators than age alone. There seems to be a greater trend toward having facelifts earlier in life than waiting until you are older. Depending on the the particular aging problems, it may be reasonable to address these with less risky types of facelift that provide dramatic results nonetheless. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Considering facelift at 60. Saw some rocker chicks that age who look really good. Do I need to go to la?
Facelift Surgeon: There are accomplished facelift surgeons all over the country. Seek out some reputable practices in your area and ask to see examples of their work. Make sure you feel comfortable with their experience, training, and expectations and you should be able to find what you need without heading all the way to southern california. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hi, my skin has aged prematurely from insomnia,and i was wondering what's the best way to bring back elasticity to my sagging skin without a facelift?
Skin Rejuvenation: Certainly obtaining adequate sleep and eating well, help our body overall. Sunscreen and retinA are the cornerstone of today's skin care program.Once the skin begins to age, chemical peels, laser treatments, dermapen and Thermi RF can help to restore collagen and support to the skin. Find a local specialist who can help guide you to the best options for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've seen women where the appearance of their mouths have changed unnaturally after a facelift. Why?
Should be mild: Your facial plastic surgeon can give you details on what to expect, but the discomfort is usually mild and relatively short lived. Severe pain, especially if associated with swelling, after facelift may be sign of a serious problem and you should report this to your surgeon asap. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes!: It all depends what you are concerned about. "minilifts" or short scar lifts may be good options for younger patients. Laser skin rejuvenation may be a good option too. Injectable fillers and Botox are good complementary treatments to consider. You should consult with an experienced facial surgeon to see what's right for you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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