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Also known as Rhytidectomy. A face lift is the most extensive way to deal with treating facial wrinkles and sagging caused by aging. The medical procedure changes in range from insignificantly invasive ‘lunchtime lifts’ to more extensive, complex medical procedure. A face lift evacuates excess skin, tightens basic tissues and muscle and redrapes skin on the face and neck. It can rectify midface sagging, marionette lines, jowls and a double chin, maintaining its reputation for being the ‘gold standard’ for facial rejuvenation. Consistently, thousands of individuals experience fruitful face lift treatment and are satisfied with the outcomes. When to Consider a Face lift · If you feel that your face does not reflect your young soul and energy level · If you discover that your facial sagging and excess skin is a social or career obstacle · If you show signs of facial aging yet at the same time have some skin flexibility · One day you look in the mirror and realize that time, gravity, sun exposure and heredity have taken a toll and you just don’t look like yourself any more. Considerations Pros · A face lift can enhance numerous areas of the face in one medical procedure · Can last for a long time or more and can make you to appear ten to fifteen years more youthful · Can recontour the neck and jawline better than to every single other techniques Cons · A face lift won’t create a 'new’ you, only a more youthful version of yourself · There will be some downtime associated with this treatments · Contingent upon your age and skin type, you may need an secondary procedure later on These are the main three pros and cons to weigh when considering about a face lift. In the event that you need to focus on what is unique to you, please consult with your specialist. Are you a good candidate for a face lift? These are some common facial characteristics that make you a suitable candidate for a face lift: · Saging skin in your midface as well as jawline · Profound wrinkles reaching out from your nose to the edges of your mouth (nasolabial folds) · Lines stretching out from each side of your mouth down your chin (marionette lines) · Facial fat (volume) that has fallen or is displaced · Sagging and loss of muscle tone in the lower face, resulting in jowls · A double chin, resulting from loose skin and excess fatty deposits under the chin and jaw · Wrinkled and sagging skin in your neck On the off chance that you are in good general health, have an inspirational state of mind and reasonable desires, you are most likely a good candidate for this procedure.
There is many kind of face lift treatment such as botox, plastic surgery, derma-filler, fat-transfer and more. Usually face lift using plastic surgery. Face lift surgery , clinically known as rhytidectomy, is a procedure used to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles and other telltale signs of aging, with the goal of improving the overall appearance of the face and jaw. Face lift surgery can help to reverse the harmful effects of time, stress, and exposure to the elements. To perform this procedure, a facial plastic surgeon will lift and tighten the underlying muscles of the face to create more aesthetically pleasing contours appearance and rejuvenate the facial structure. Then he or she will remove excess pockets of fat and skin that can contribute to an aged, tired appearance. This is call surgery treatment. N-COG Lift – an advanced non-surgical procedure developed in Korea. Now you can get your youth back in under 30 minutes, without going under the knife. Basically N-COG used thread to lift the face. The sutures under the skin will stimulate the body’s selective inflammatory response, causing the skin to heal itself by creating new collagen. This natural reaction gradually replaces lost volume in sunken and sagging areas, enhancing the volume and creating a lift to your face. The thread-lift is the suspension of ptotic facial soft tissue via a thread subcutaneously inserted in the skin. It is an easy, fast, in-office procedure in which a cone attachment or barbed or nonbarbed suture thread is inserted via a cannula into the skin through a very small incision. The thread is essentially “hooked” to the skin and, with a minimal amount of tightening, the skin is lifted and the suture is cut at the insertion point. The sutures dissolve and, over time, produce scar tissue. This is call non-surgery treatment.
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