There are a lot of facial rejuvenation techniques out there, which means that surgery doesn’t have to be the first port of call when you want to turn back the clock. However, if you are not getting the desired results from non-surgical techniques it could be time to think about a facelift. A facelift is not a cosmetic surgery procedure you should embark on lightly and it is always good to do a great deal of research before going ahead, as well as talking to your surgeon about your options and the possible results.
It’s not always easy to know whether it’s time for a facelift, but there are signs to look out for. For example, if you are becoming bothered by heavy brows or sagging facial skin it may be time to consider surgery.
When Should You Consider a Facelift?
If You Are Bothered By Your Face – Looking in the mirror and seeing that you are ageing is something that is hard to deal with for more of us, but continuously being bothered by what you see can be detrimental to your confidence and happiness. If you are bothered about sagging skin, jowling, sunken eyes and wrinkles you should think about a facelift. Though non-surgical techniques do improve the appearance of ageing somewhat, a facelift makes a much bigger difference.
If You Have Sagging Skin – Sagging skin is one of the biggest problems that a facelift can combat, regardless of the type of sagging skin that you are dealing with. A facelift can reduce sagging skin around the brows, hairline, mouth and neck. It can also reduce the tired look a lot of people get around the lower part of the face as they age.
Speak to an Expert
There is no perfect age to have a facelift, it really is down to the way you feel and how bothered you are by what you see in the mirror. For a free, no obligation chat about the facelift procedure, get in touch with Dr Frati Cosmetic Surgery today.