Everyone wants to retain their youthful looks for the longest time possible, but no matter how much you avoid harmful elements such as the sun or use anti-aging face creams, it is impossible to fight gravity, heredity, and general aging forever. Fortunately, you don’t need to resign yourself to the wrinkles and sagging, which are inevitable aspects of growing older.
A variety of cosmetic procedures have been designed to stave off the signs of aging, or even reverse it to allow you to maintain the firm, glowing skin you enjoyed in your youth. If you are looking to address aging and wrinkles, but the intensive skin care regimen you are currently on is no longer delivering the expected results, you should perhaps consider getting a facelift.
What are the options available? Is it all or nothing? Here are a few things you should know before making a decision.
FaceTite Mini Lift
Not everyone is keen to have a full facelift. You might have concerns about going under general anesthesia or you simply may not think that significant changes are needed to feel confident and beautiful. That’s why you should consider exploring FaceTite, which is a non-invasive mini lift.
FaceTite is not only a safe but also effective treatment that’s designed for use on small areas of the body as well as the face. It uses special liposuction technology that uses radiofrequency to create a directional, targeted, thermal field that heats fat for 3-dimensional tissue remodeling. It means that you can get rid of fat pockets while simultaneously firming skin, creating natural results without the need to undergo invasive surgical procedures.
Various safeguards ensure that only the targeted areas are subjected to heat treatment, without any damage to the surrounding tissues. This helps in minimizing discomfort and ensuring swift recovery after treatment. FaceTite is the ideal cosmetic solution if you are looking for natural, visible results to refresh your look with minimal downtime and less expense than a surgical facelift.
Some patients have tremendous sagging in the lower half of their face, even with minimal skin damage or wrinkling in the upper portion of the face. If that’s the case, a mini lift might not deliver the preferred level of firming and rejuvenation.
Your best bet in such a situation would be a lower face lift that consists of surgical procedures aimed at reducing fat, sagging, as well as excess skin in the chin, neck, and jaw areas. The procedure typically costs more than the non-invasive mini face lift, but it delivers more longer lasting and pronounced results.
The full facelift is the most expensive but most comprehensive facelift procedure, which involves not only elements of a lower face lift bit also procedures such as a mid-facelift and brow lift aimed at addressing wrinkling through the mid and upper face, which includes the brow line and forehead.
The full facelift is a surgical procedure where general anesthesia is always used since it is complex and can take up to several hours to complete. To patients struggling with pronounced aging issues such as wrinkles and sagging, this is usually the best option.
Whether you are looking to address the signs of aging or are interested in minor touch-ups, you should reach out to the experts who will provide the advice and treatment options that you need. Get in touch with us today to schedule your consultation and learn more.