Facial sagging and deep wrinkles are an unavoidable effect of time that eventually we all suffer from. Luckily there are many plastic surgery procedures available to take some of those years off of your appearance! The facelift is a very well-known procedure that many assume will improve their concerns, however there are several other facial procedures that might be more beneficial to you depending on the specific area of your concerns.
With age, your cheeks can become flattened and sagging can occur around the jaw and chin. If your concerns are in these areas, you might benefit from a facelift. A facelift can tighten the lower face to reposition loose skin and tissue, giving you a more youthful, but still natural look.
The first signs of aging usually occur in the neck, resulting in loose tissue and weakened, prominent neck bands. A neck lift can address these concerns by tightening the area and softening the appearance of the neck muscles. A neck lift is often combined with a facelift for complete lower face and neck rejuvenation.
Forehead wrinkles and sagging can make you appear tired and worried even when you’re not! If your forehead is your main area of concerns, a browlift can reposition this tissue to give you a refreshed look.
You can experience sagging around your eyes too! If you notice your eyelids dropping or puffiness under your eyes, you could benefit from a blepharoplasty to remove this excess tissue and give you a more awake appearance.
If you’re experiencing sagging in many of these areas, talk with your surgeon about combining procedures for optimal results and full facial rejuvenation.
Dr. Shienbaum is a double board-certified plastic surgeon with over 30 years of experience in all forms of Cosmetic Plastic Surgery, including Tummy Tucks Liposuction Breast Augmentation Brazilian Butt Lifts and Mommy Makeovers. He provides services for the entire Tampa Bay area, including Brandon, Lakeland, Riverview, and Tampa, Florida. To find out more about the procedures near you, please visit Brandonplasticsurgery.com