I'm 44 years old & I'm planning to do nefertiti or silhouette lift. Which is the best? (Photo)
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Face lift vs thread lifting
Definitely not a Nefertiti Botox lift as your muscles do not pull down. Consider either a surgical face lift, or a thread lift. You will need to spend some time with your aesthetic dermatologist or plastic surgeon to discuss the pros and cons of each treatment, however I would not Botox you to try to achieve a lift- your laxity is marked, and the jowls are heavy. All the best, Dr Davin S. Lim
Thank you for your photos. The Silhouette InstaLift™ is a great option for face drooping. It is minimally invasive and has little downtime. It tightens loose jowl and neck sin. It also helps stimulate collagen production. It is a very simple procedure that takes 30-45 mins and provides amazing and instant results. However, I recommend getting an in person consultation with a board-certified dermatologist.
Neck lift options
Thank you for your question and sharing your photo. I would recommend visiting with a plastic surgeon who offers both non-invasive and invasive solutions for the neck. Based on the photo, it appears that you have some fullness and skin laxity. Both can be addressed surgically with a neck lift and will give you the most definitive results.
Non-surgically, I could propose a combination of treatments such as Coolsculpting mini, Kybella or the Profound SubQ to help reduce some of the volume. In addition, treatments such as Ultherapy or Profound can help restore some more tone and bounce to the skin. Together with a volume reduction and skin tightening procedure, you should see great results, but still not quite as definitive as the surgical option.
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I'm 44 years old & I'm planning to do nefertiti or silhouette lift.
Thank you for your question, A well performed facelift should give you a neck some result in the neck as well as reposition the fat of the midface and malar area to a more youthful position.
What type of lift?
Consult with a Board Certified Fellowship Trained Facial Plastic Surgery Specialist.
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