Growing older is a fact of life. It happens to everyone. Over time, lines and wrinkles begin forming. Facial features can start sagging and you may even develop jowls. While some individuals are proud to show their age, some people are looking to turn the clock back to a time when they had younger-looking skin.
What Issues Can a Facelift Help Resolve
While a facelift will not turn the clock back to your teenage years, it will rejuvenate your appearance. A facelift uses surgical procedures to reduce the appearance of the following.
- Minimize nasolabial folds and marionette lines
- Lift fallen fat and tissue
- Reduce the appearance of deep wrinkles and creases
- Lift sagging facial skin and muscles
- Reduce the appearance of jowls
- Minimize a double chin
A facelift can also lift the skin around your eyes, reducing deep hollows and crow feet lines.
Different Types of Facelifts at Farris Plastic Surgery
Every patient has different needs, which is why Dr. Zachary Farris at Farris Plastic Surgery offers women and men three types of facelifts. The right procedure for you is determined by your unique needs and goals.
- Full Facelift addresses common aging issues in the middle and lower portions of the face. It also minimizes lines and wrinkles around the neck.
- Mid Facelift address problem areas on your cheeks and center of the face.
- Mini Facelift is the most common procedure for women and men experiencing the initial signs of aging.
Unlike some cosmetic procedures, facelifts are outpatient procedures typically performed with general anesthesia. The incisions are made around the hairline for maximum results and to help hide the scars.
Recovery times vary according to the type of facelift, but all patients can return home on the same day. You can start washing your hair the following day after Dr. Farris removes the drains and head dressing. It typically takes around 6 weeks for you to fully heal and begin looking your best.
Schedule a Consultation with Dr. Farris Today
Contact Farris Plastic Surgery in Dallas today. You can schedule your consultation online or call Dr. Farris at 214-363-1073.