Surgical facial rejuvenation (facelift or rhytidectomy) continues to be the primary method for addressing and ameliorating the anatomical alterations associated with facial aging. The cumulative effects of sun exposure, aging, and gravity may adversely influence the facial look over time.
Although these changes might be undesirable, there are several face rejuvenation techniques that can be used to heal damaged tissues and attain a more youthful look. Due to the various reasons of face aging, surgery is merely one component of a well-rounded facial rejuvenation treatment. Injectables such as BOTOX® Cosmetic, XEOMIN®, Restylane®, or JUVÉDERM®, as well as skin care products and laser skin resurfacing, may complement facelift surgery.
What exactly is a Facelift?
A facelift is intended to restore facial internal support by raising and repositioning drooping tissue, therefore restoring your youthful appearance. Facelifts restore the proper position of facial features. The face’s fundamental structure is emphasized to restore a revitalized and natural look. Patients with volume loss or deflated features may have their volume restored via further operations. This method gives a balanced and natural face rejuvenation that reduces the signs of aging and restores a more youthful look.
Facial rejuvenation refers to both surgical and non-surgical techniques designed to restore a more youthful appearance to an aging face. Current facial rejuvenation employs numerous modalities, such as BOTOX® Cosmetic/Dysport®, injectable fillers, lasers, chemical peels, facial implants, and facial soft tissue augmentation, as an adjunct to the facelift, and in some instances in substitute of it.