Thank you for your question as this is often an answer I have to discuss in my practice in downtown Toronto
and in Richmond Hill
, north Toronto, Ontario.
There is no minimal
age for facelift
as long as you present the anatomical reasons for such a procedure. There are shorter and less invasive techniques such as short-scar, skin-only or fat grafting alone or in combination with the skin excision.
Fillers are also a great way to slowly venture into #Toronto #aesthetic plastic surgery. I have been practicing for 13 years now and commonly teach the filler techniques to other doctors across Canada. I am a big user of Juvederm Voluma
and Volbella for jaw contouring and liquid facelift
. Those new highly-cross-linked products last up to 18 months with no or very minimal downtime. I must say since I have been using the cannula technique since 2011, bruises are almost never an issue anymore! Cost
for the procedure(s) and Recovery
are factors to consider.
Feel free to read my blog on the Cannula Technique.
I also like Radiesse for the jaw contouring and Perlane, the bigger 'brother' of Restylane
. My only limitation with Radiesse
is that it cannot be used closer to the eyes and to the month, yet, it can be combined with the other juvederm and restylane products.
I do discuss
the SMAS and facelift technique on my blog: visageclinic.com/blog
I hope this
helps and it would be our pleasure to meet you at Visage Clinic in Toronto and
DuPere, Toronto plastic surgeon
plastic surgery Clinic in Toronto for 2013 and 2014
Cosmetic Clinic in Toronto for 2014