What’s New with Facelifts in 2019?
Are you determined to make 2019 the year that you finally get a facelift? Then you’ll definitely be interested in the newest facelift trends at El Paso Cosmetic Surgery in El Paso, TX!
They Produce Natural-Looking Results
If you’re picturing the too-tight facelifts that were rampant in previous generations, take note: these are not your mom’s facelifts anymore. These days, facelifts are performed in such a way to produce the most youthful results possible. That means combining your facelift with other treatments (more on this in a bit) or only targeting facial areas that really need it, as opposed to the entire face.
The end result is that you’ll look younger, more refreshed, and rejuvenated – not like you’ve had obvious work done. Dr. Sozer’s new facelift techniques ensure that there is little or no visible incisions, therefore almost no scarring.
They Can Be Isolated to Your Problem Zones
A lot of times, people imagine that a facelift is performed on the entire face itself; however, modern facelifts tend to focus on key areas where tightening is needed the most. For example, if you’ve seen a lot of facial sagging in the mid-facial region, you may be a good candidate for a facelift that focuses on tightening skin along the cheeks, temples, and eyes. As another example, if you have eyebrow drooping, your facelift can be performed on the upper part of the face.
They Can Be Combined With Other Treatments
Facelift treatments are surprisingly flexible, meaning you can combine them with other treatments to achieve your best results. For example, one popular treatment is a dermal filler injection, which can add volume to the mid-facial region. Another popular treatment is an eyelid lift, which can help tackle undereye bags and/or drooping eyelids.
Keep in mind that most facelift treatments should be combined with a neck lift in order to achieve the most natural-looking results. Sagging or wrinkled neck skin can give away your real age, even if your face looks smooth and rejuvenated and with Dr. Sozer’s new techniques there is little or no visible incisions thus almost no scars.