Facelift

Rhytidectomy; Facialplasty; Cosmetic surgery of the face

A facelift is a surgical procedure to repair sagging, drooping, and wrinkled skin of the face and neck.

Facelift - series

Sagging or wrinkled skin occurs naturally with increasing age. Folds and fat deposits appear around the neck, and deep flexion creases form between the nose and mouth. The jawline grows jowly and slack. Heredity, poor diet, smoking, or obesity may contribute to early or severe skin problems. A facelift can help repair some of the visible damage to skin, fat, and muscles and can restore a younger look. A facelift can be done alone or with nose reshaping, a forehead lift, or eyelid surgery.

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