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Would a Neck/facelift Help in my Case?
I'm a lean man in his mid 40s, and in the last year, my loose neck and facial skin has really come to bother me. Luckily, I have a strong jawline, chin & cheek. The problem is that when I look down or bend down, my face REALLY sags. My neck skin is also loose. When I'm looking straight ahead, anyone would say I'm not a candidate for a lift, and I know that. However, I really hate the big sag that occurs when I tilt my head downward. I'm so self conscious about it, that I actually move less.
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