Many of us have methods or habits we use to preserve a more youthful appearance and to try to slow the aging process, but for my facelift patients, there comes a time when night creams and chemical peels no longer produce significant enough results, so they opt for a facelift (or the less invasive version called the short scar facelift) to restore their confidence. As with any medical procedure, researching and learning about the surgery can be a valuable step in making your decisions about which procedure is best for you, when the timing is right, how to prepare, and more. If you’re considering a facelift, the facts below can give your research a great start.
Learning about the cosmetic procedure you’re considering can help you know what to expect, but ultimately, your best and most reliable source of information will be a personal consultation. During this meeting, I’ll be able to become familiar with your specific medical needs and aesthetic goals, which will allow me to make recommendations based on your individual situation. To start discussing a facelift, short scar facelift, or other plastic surgery, schedule a consultation with me, Dr. Franklyn Elliott. Or, to for more plastic surgery tips and helpful information, follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.