Facelift | The Office of Dr. Vincent Hung
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One of the greatest certainties in life is that time will never go by unnoticed, and, as we age, time leaves its defining mark on our skin in the form of sagginess, wrinkles, jowls, and loss of definition in our features.
When this starts happening to you, you may start wondering if it’s time to get a facelift that will help you gain a more youthful appearance.
One thing you should keep in mind when considering facial restoration surgery is whether your reasons for wanting a facelift are the right ones.
So, let’s take a look at the reasons why you could be a good candidate for facial restoration and why it might be a better idea to wait a bit.
What Are the Main Reasons Why People Choose to Get a Facelift?
While each case is different, and the final decision is ultimately your own, there are several issues common to all those who opt for a facelift to remove the signs of aging.
To name a few:
- A facelift removes wrinkles, giving you a more youthful appearance.
- People who choose a facelift always say they want to look younger.
- A facelift helps tighten lax skin and remove jowls and sagging left behind by age or weight loss.
- Facial restoration can repair poor jaw or neck definition, which can be one of the most unsightly signs of aging.
- After a facelift, a person looks more alert and less tired, helping them achieve a more defined appearance.
Aside from the physical and aesthetic reasons for wanting to get a facelift, there are emotional ones too. As people age, the change in their appearance can cause them to feel saddened and dissatisfied with how they look.
Getting a facelift can provide a much-needed boost to their self-esteem and the way they see themselves.
Are There Any Reasons Why I Shouldn’t Get a Facelift Right Now?
Most people who choose to have facial restoration surgery are between the ages of 40 and 60, with the best results being achieved in those around 50 years old. But, choosing this procedure may not be right for you (at least yet), especially if you fall into one of the following assumptions:
- You are not ready for surgery and need more time to consider it. If this is your case, you can talk to Dr. Hung about any non-surgical options, such as laser or chemical peel treatments that may be a better fit for your specific needs.
- You are not prepared for the time it takes to recover. We get it, life gets in the way of things sometimes, and you may be too busy at work or taking care of your family to invest the time you need to recover from a facelift. If this is the case, putting the idea of facial restoration on the back burner for some time may be the best thing for you to do.
- You are not sure if your appearance is the real issue. No matter how old you are, peer pressure is always an issue. Just because somebody you know got a facelift, it doesn’t mean you should feel pressured into getting one too. If you aren’t sure about your reasons for having facial restoration surgery, it’s always best to wait a bit before you do.