Sagging face at age 27! Need a solution (Photo)
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Face Sagging at Age 22
Thank you for including pictures with your question. However, it would be absolutely necessary for you to be evaluated in person prior to making specific recommendations. You have already experienced a boney maxillofacial procedure but may require further structural changes with facial implants, fillers or fat grafting or even a face lift. A facelift could be the solution. As fillers are always a great option, over time you will need to maintain them. I recommend finding a credible, board-certified cosmetic surgeon for a full evaluation and appropriate treatment planning, and in that time, he will be able to assess what is best for you. Best of luc
Face sagging at age 27
- I am sorry you are going through this.
- The changes are more likely to be from your maxillofacial surgery than from aging.
- You may benefit from a face lift but start with fillers.
- These should go along the cheeks to lift the tissues.
- Liposuction has nothing to offer you except disappointment.
- If fillers don't do enough, see a plastic surgeon for a face lift -
- Take with you your photos from befoer your facial surgery and the operative note.
Time for non invasive procedures
The best results for face laxity are obtained by face lift. From the other point of view, face lift is an invasive procedure and I think that your problem is minimal.
So I advise you to have a face lift done when you are a bit older and if the problem gets worse.
At present I think that you can be content to do some light non invasive procedures. Such procedures are threads, ultrasound lift or hyaluronic acid.
Better results are obtained if you do a combination of them.
You can leave surgical treatments for a more advanced age.
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