I'm 38 & noticing sagging jowls. It's more on my left hand than my right & feel like my cheeks are drooping. Suggestion? (photo)
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Ultherapy To Tighten Lower Face & Neck!
The Ulthera is one of the most powerful tools to non-invasively tighten the skin of the lower face and neck. For the best consultation it would be great to see how your cheeks are....if there are signs of volume loss then addressing this with fillers will help to rejuvenate your midface and elevate sagging skin or pre-jowels. In combination a tightening treatment and dermal fillers will provide the most natural outcome. I recommend seeing a qualified dermatologist to discuss your treatment plan. Best, Dr P.
Non Surgical Neck Lift
Your non-surgical options are dictated by your specific needs which may include any of the below measures:
1)improving banding: Botox
2)improving under the chin fullness: Liposuction with oral sedation
3)improving skin looseness: VIORA REACTION radiofrequency
A consultation would allow a doctor to customize your treatment plan.
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An ultrasound or radiofrequency based skin tightening procedure would be helpful
Please consult with a board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon in person to determine a treatment plan that will provide you with the best results.
I hope this answer is helpful! Best of luck.
Sagging skin at age 38
You can also consider treatments that will stimulate collagen production and will help with texture and tone of your skin. Fraxel would be another laser that you can use to stimulate collagen production, it will be corrective and preventative in the long
You should have a consultation with a cosmetic dermatologist in your area so you can discuss the best treatment that will suit your current needs. You are at a great age to make a difference in your skin.
All the best!
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