Advice for Lower Face Rejuvenation? (photos)
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Lower facial rejuvenation
Dear 52 year old patient from NYC,
It seems like you are facing the same condition that many do as they age. Its the deeper changes in your jaw and face that are leading to the lower facial changes you see.
An easy approach would be with non surgical fillers to restore back the volume of your to your chin, jawline, lips and folds.
This would have minimal recovery and is my suggestion to try first.
I hope this was helpful.
Lower Face Rejuvenation
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Advice for Lower Face Rejuvenation
During your #consultation, your skin texture and elasticity, as well as your underlying skin structure and your facial bone structure will be evaluated. Based on this evaluation, your board certified plastic surgeons will create a custom surgical plan, detailing specific techniques and recommendations to meet your goals. In doing so, he or she should be sure to have a full understanding of what results you expect. If you are not a #candidate, your surgeon can make other suggestions to address your concerns and objectives.
Patients who desire facial rejuvenation that is affordable, quick, and effective should consider the Lite-lift™. Like the Life-Style™ facelift, this is a modified facelift that can be performed in the office with a local anesthetic and improve signs of aging around the neck, jawbone and lower face. These procedures are not "Thread-lifts" or "String-lifts". We do not use the "barbed" sutures employed in these other lifting operations. The Lite-lift™ uses longer lasting techniques that are discussed below. Because the incisions are limited, there is less bruising, swelling and healing time for most patients. Many patients can be back to work in one to two weeks looking rested and more youthful.
Facial Sagging After Weight Loss
- Cheek Neck Lift
- Micro-Fat injections to your cheeks ( this will help to restore some on your lost facial volume and secondarily lift your lower face and improve the lower eyelid cheek junction)
- A laser resurfacing of your lower face would also give a nice even result to the wrinkles that you are noticing around your mouth and chin.
As far as your jowls and neck go, a lifting procedure such as a lower facelift or mini-facelift can address those issues nicely. These procedures can be done under local anesthesia with minimal sedation. This reduces all risks associated with general anesthesia. Mini-facelift simply implies less surgical dissection which in turn results in less swelling and bruising and faster recovery. Most patients in my practice are candidates for either a lower facelift or mini- facelift procedure as I believe you are. The nasal - labial folds (fold between the nose and corner of your mouth) will not improve with any kind of facelift procedure. The best option for this are injectable fillers. Hope this helps. See the weblink below for more information.