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A facelift or Rhytidectomy is a general term for any surgical procedure that improves signs of aging in your face and/or neck by repositioning or removing skin, fat and/or muscle.
Facelift can restore:
Relaxed, sagging skin on your face.
Deep fold or crease lines between your nose and the corners of your mouth.
Facial fat that has fallen or is lacking.
Drooping skin on your cheeks and/or jaw (known as jowls).
Loose skin and extra fat in your neck that looks like a “double chin.”
Facelifts are considered cosmetic restorative surgeries and cannot fundamentally change your appearance or stop the aging process. They also can’t treat superficial wrinkles, sun damage or irregularities in your skin color. Facelifts are very individualized surgeries that are unique to each person’s face and their result goals.
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