I still feel so young and I am able to do all the things I have always done… why would I need a facelift? We often start asking ourselves that question when middle age is either upon us or has deserted us. Yes, you feel young and capable, but have you noticed more wrinkles lately? Have you seen more creases and folds when you take a closer look? Have your friends in Chesapeake been commenting on how tired you have been looking lately? If so, it may be time to be thinking of a facelift.
Remove That Tired and Droopy Look For Good
Now wouldn’t that be great? Just imagine losing your wrinkles, creases, deep crevices and anything else that is making you look old and tired. These days, facelifts are being done regularly and they have been so perfected that one shouldn’t be left with a face that can’t smile or eyes that look wired open. Actors and TV personalities have been having this procedure done for many years, but it is now affordable for the general population. Facelifts can also be combined with other anti-aging treatments like skin resurfacing and injectable fillers to enhance results.
Turn Back the Clock
A facelift can turn back the clock at least ten if not more years. After your procedure you will start hearing things like, “Do you have a new hair style?” or “Have you been doing a lot of exercising lately?” Unless you tell them, they will not know that you have undergone plastic surgery. After a facelift you will look rested, more youthful and more attractive.
The facelift is very common these days, and the recovery will take from one to two weeks. Swelling and bruising will disappear after about three weeks. The procedure is usually done under local anesthesia and sedation or general anesthesia so your comfort is assured. The incision will be around the ear area and in the hairline and if there is excess fat in the neck area it will also be removed.
If you’re considering a facelift, you no doubt want the best facial plastic surgeon to perform the operation and Dr. Kyle Choe of the Choe Center for Facial Plastic Surgery in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is one of the finest. For more information please call 1-757-389-5850.