We meet several patients at our clinic for consultation; most of them are not sure about are they ready for fillers or facelifts. With the growth of injectable fillers and other nonsurgical solutions, patients continue to put off the extensive surgical facelift for as long as they can. Many individuals feel they can undergo the facelift when they reach a certain age. But, age is not a decisive factor when it comes to determining if you’re ready for a facelift Toronto. More important aspects are the patient’s health issues in handling the procedure and whether a facelift is the most effective and lost lasting way to rejuvenate the skin.
What Can Non-Surgical Therapies Do?
Non-Surgical treatment may be adequate when you have minimal lost volume in the cheeks, temples, or under-eye area, and have minor lines and wrinkles. BOTOX Cosmetic® can calm specific facial muscles that cause lines after repeated contraction, aiding to the crow’s feet or glabellar lines between the eyebrows. Fillers can also remove the fine lines and restore lost volume around the cheeks. It may also lift the hollow cheeks or adds fullness to the temples. But it should be used in the right place and in the right way. While injectables are an appropriate choice for some issues, but certain issues can’t be adequately treated by these methods. This is the place where the facelift works effectively. Non surgical nose job Toronto may also effective in some manners.
What A Facelift Can Do?
At a certain point of the aging process, the laxity of the skin and other issues rises which can be better managed only by facelift surgery. The most common problems involve a neck banding or sagging neck, the presence of jowls, loss of jawline shape, deep wrinkles, or creases around the mouth. At this point, the best choice is a surgical facelift.
A facelift can fix the underlying layer of muscles, the skin, and fat called the SMAS (superficial muscular aponeurotic system). Without excessively tighten skin. It can turn back the clock by several years by creating a natural look. Moreover, well-concealed incisions let you look younger. You’ll simply appear more rested and rejuvenated.
Here are a few facelift options that your doctor may suggest you combine for getting the best results;
Full Facelift: Total facelift: It restores the lower 2/3 of the face and produces the most important modification.
Mini Facelift: This approach is often referred to as a limited incision facelift that mitigates early symptoms of early aging.
Endoscopic Midface Lift: It concentrates on the regions of the cheeks that goes all the way from below the eyes down to the cheeks.