Face the world with confidence.
With age often comes wisdom. But age can also bring undesirable changes to the face, such as deep lines or folds running between the corners of the nose and mouth, and jowls. It can also contribute to the loss of a well-defined jawline, deep wrinkles and sagging cheeks, loose skin, wrinkles or excess fatty tissue in the neck.
A facelift, also known as a rhytidectomy, is a cosmetic surgery procedure performed by Crystal Clinic Plastic Surgeons to improve these obvious signs of aging. A facelift smooths loose skin on the face and neck, tightens and repositions underlying tissues, and removes excess fat. The result is firmer and smoother skin, a more youthful, refreshed appearance, and increased confidence.
Crystal Clinic surgeons are skilled in the full range of advanced facelift techniques, including a limited incision facelift to address the early signs of aging. This surgical technique provides the same benefits as a traditional facelift, but with fewer incisions and faster healing. Depending on the specific areas of concern, a facelift may be combined with a neck lift, or the facelift or neck lift may be performed alone.
While a facelift can improve a sagging neck and cheeks, it cannot correct sagging eyebrows, remove excess skin and fatty deposits in the eyelids, or improve wrinkles around the mouth. To address these areas, a facelift can be performed with a brow lift, eyelid surgery, or laser skin resurfacing, microdermabrasion or chemical peels for a complete makeover.
The best way to know if a facelift is right for you is to sit down with your Crystal Clinic Plastic Surgeons specialist for a personal consultation. Together, you will discuss your condition, your desired results, the details of the procedure and post-procedure expectations, financial options, and any concerns or questions you may have.
The first step is to schedule an appointment. Scheduling an initial consultation with your Crystal Clinic Plastic Surgeons expert will not obligate you to move forward with any procedure.