Your appearance influences the way that others perceive you. What does it say to the world if you are beleaguered by jowls on the lower half of your face, deep wrinkles, and sagging skin? It implies that you are aging and maybe, not so gracefully. Fortunately, you don’t have to remain stuck with skin that simply will not stay in its place. With the advancement of modern medicine and the skilled hands of a board-certified dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon, you can begin to combat these signs of aging with an improved non-surgical facelift procedure. 


Facelifts are growing in popularity as people all over the world realize how powerful they are at improving appearances. They can reverse the hands of time and take you back to the much more youthful appearance you had years ago. If you think that you are ready to combat aging, here is everything you need to know about facelift procedures: 


What is a Facelift? 


When you think of a facelift, what comes to mind? You might envision the dramatic before and after photos that you sometimes see, thinking that this solution is too good to be true. A good facelift can tighten and reposition the muscles of the face and neck until they seem to rewind the clock. In the hands of a skilled plastic surgeon, you will come out looking years younger. 


This is accomplished through small incisions behind the hairline around the temple and around the ears in the natural folds of the face. You might go for a standard facelift that tweaks almost all areas, or a miniature version that is slightly less invasive. 


No matter which type of procedure you go through, there are many benefits to having a facelift done. The main reason is to physically improve the contours of the face. While many women attempt to manipulate the contours of their face with makeup, a facelift makes a permanent change that renders this type of artistry unnecessary. The effects of a facelift can last for many years to come, making it a true investment of your resources. 


What About Non-Surgical Facelifts?


Some people don’t want to go under the knife for many reasons, even if they desperately want to improve their appearance. Fortunately, they are not left out. Non-surgical facelifts can also improve your appearance, particularly for those who don’t want the recovery or aftercare of a standard surgical facelift. In fact, those who undergo non-surgical facelifts may have almost no recovery time at all. Some procedures can simply be done during an appointment one day and then you can resume your life the next.


What is a Stem Cell Facelift


If you keep up with all the latest trends, you might be wondering whether a stem cell facelift is safe and effective.  It is! There is a lot of science behind this type of procedure. It begins by having your doctor remove some of your fat tissue from an area where you have extra, like from the abdomen or thighs. The tissue is then processed in a lab to separate the stem cells from the rest of the tissue. Once the stem cells are ready, they are combined with only the needed amount of fat to restore volume to the face in the areas where it is needed, such as the hollows of the cheeks or around the eyes. 


Not only does a stem cell facelift make your face appear fuller and more youthful, it can also help improve the tone and texture of your skin. It’s a great way to make your appearance look restored all the way around. This procedure is also far less costly than a traditional facelift, saving many thousands of dollars for those that opt to have this procedure.  It also involves no cutting and will not cause any scarring.  All factors to take into consideration when making this big decision!


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No matter what your goals are for your appearance, we can help you find the perfect treatment. We love tailoring our services to your unique needs, allowing you to feel young and beautiful. Give us a call today to see how we can help you! Our clinic is conveniently located in Beverly Hills, California

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