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If you notice that you don’t look as youthful as you once did, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to regain your youthful appearance. A facelift may be the answer you are looking for and can solve many facial issues that make you look tired and older. A facelift is a popular procedure, with almost 124,000 surgeries performed per year.

Close up image of a smiling, middle-aged woman wearing blue. This shows potential results with facial rejuvenation procedures.

Am I A Good Candidate for a Facelift?

Before you can get a facelift, you must have a condition that can be addressed with a facelift. If you have some of the following conditions, then you are likely a good candidate for surgery.

Sagging Chin and Jawline

As we age, facial features begin to sag. This is most noticeable around the chin and jawline. A facelift can tighten the skin around the chin and jaw so that there is once again definition in those areas. You will regain your youthful appearance and your confidence.

Fine Lines and Wrinkles

Part of the aging process means you will have fine lines and wrinkles at some point. The most troublesome areas are the midface, around the mouth, and the jawline. A facelift can make the face appear fuller to address these concerns.

Tired Appearance

One of the biggest problems that come with age is a tired appearance. No matter what you do, your skin looks dull and tired all the time. Stress and pollutants are the culprits in giving you that tired look. A facelift will improve the areas around the midface, chin, and jaw, leaving you with a healthy facial structure and skin tautness.

Are There Different Types of Facelifts?

In addition to the traditional facelift, you can also choose a non-invasive stem cell facelift or a stem cell-enhanced facelift. The type of facelift you choose will depend on the goals you have for your appearance.

Non-Invasive Stem Cell Facelift

Stem cells and regenerative cells are extracted from fat. This type of facelift is ideal for those with skin texture problems from sun damage, volume loss, age spots, and skin damage due to smoking or other lifestyle choices.

Stem Cell-Enhanced Facelift

The stem cell-enhanced facelift brought about the vertical facelift, meaning the vector of pull is vertical instead of horizontal. Volume loss is also addressed through the addition of injected stem cell-enriched fat. 

This innovative facelift can improve the texture of the skin and carry blood to aging tissues.

Interested in Learning More?

If you are concerned about your appearance and want to inquire about a facelift, feel free to contact our office by calling (310) 730-1928 or filling out our online contact form. We will answer your questions and address any concerns you may have.