Signs It May Be Time for a Facelift By The Landings Surgical Centre on June 24, 2016

A woman's faceAt The Landings Surgical Centre, we take great care of our patients and always consider their needs. That means custom tailoring treatments to help them achieve their goals. Nowhere is that more important than facial rejuvenation procedures, particularly the facelift and other facial plastic surgery options.

Let's take a moment to go over the basics of the facelift and how it can enhance your appearance. We'll then consider a few signs that a facelift might be best for you and your needs.

How a Facelift Works

A facelift involves incision made around the upper ear area. Through these incisions, the underlying structures of the face can be adjusted and enhanced. Excess skin is excised during the procedure, and the remaining skin of the face is pulled tighter to help reduce sagging and wrinkles.

There are variants on the traditional facelift that can target other parts of the face as well, though these fundamental principles hold true for the various surgeries.

Sign #1 - You Would Like to Look Younger

Undergoing a facelift is one of the most effective options for anti-aging and wrinkle reduction. The procedure addresses skin laxity problems and can help you look years younger in the process. If you are seeking a procedure that can help you turn back time and appear far more rejuvenated and refreshed, a facelift may be just what you're looking for.

Sign #2 - You Notice Issues with Drooping and Sagging

Sometimes a facelift seems like the right solution when you start to notice those initial signs of advanced age. That includes drooping and sagging of certain facial features. When this occurs, you can speak with a plastic surgeon about undergoing a facelift or another sort of facial rejuvenated procedure. Acting early can help you maintain your looks for longer.

Sign #3 - You've Lost Weight and It's Affected Facial Appearance

Weight loss can do more than just improve your health. It can also have an impact on skin laxity. :Loose skin and stretchmarks are common around the abdominal area and extremities, though they can also be an issue around the face and neck. In order to reduce the facial sagging from weight loss, the sure solution is to undergo a facelift and other facial rejuvenation surgeries.

Sign #4 - You Would Like an Edge in Your Career

Some people's careers are all about their public face, both figuratively and literally. In professions such as acting, modeling, PR, and marketing, sometimes it's important to look younger in order to maintain that edge in what you do. In addition to the above, it's not uncommon for people to consider a facelift to help bolster or even improve their career.

Is a Facelift Right for Me?

A facelift can make a significant impact on your life, but it's not always best for everyone. To find out if a facelift is right for you, it's important that you visit our practice for a consultation. We can assess your situation and discuss cosmetic treatment options from there.

Learn More About Facial Rejuvenation Options

For more information about facelift surgery and other options to improve your overall facial appearance, be sure to contact our cosmetic plastic surgery practice today. The team at The Landings Surgical Centre will help you look refreshed and renewed.

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Our surgeons have the training and expertise to provide the beautiful results you deserve. Drs. Bendor-Samuel and Boileau are members of several esteemed organizations, such as:

  • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
  • Canadian Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • Canadian Medical Association

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