Endotine Midface Lift: Preventative or Corrective Procedure?
I'm in my 20s but am already beginning to notice the signs of sagging in my face. Unfortunately, I was genetically saddled with a lot of fat in my cheeks and a good portion of it is going down, down... So my question is, can an endotine midface lift be considered a preventative procedure as well as a corrective one? That is, if I have one performed now, will I have offset some of the aging I would otherwise accrue through my late 20s, etc.? (Side question: how many facelifts can one get in one's life and still look fairly normal/decent? For sure very few people get facelifts in their 20s, but since it's only a ribbon lift and it's not as invasive, I feel okay with getting one at this point. However, if this means I can't get more extensive facelifts in the future, then I would obviously opt to wait. Thanks so much!)