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Facelift surgery is designed to rejuvenate the appearance of the face by repositioning tissue that has lost its elasticity with time. There are many different types of facelift procedures that go by many different names.

What is most important, is defining the important parts of aging and choosing the right Phoenix facelift procedure to help you achieve your goals.

What is a facelift?

A facelift is a cosmetic procedure that repositions loose tissue and tightens skin that has lost its elasticity.

A facelift can specifically address the common signs of aging, including:

  • Jowls or loose tissue on either side of the chin area
  • Double chin or loose skin and tissue below the chin in the neck area
  • Deep nasolabial folds (laugh lines)
  • Marionette lines (from corners of the mouth downward to as far as under the chin)
  • Flat cheek areas
  • Loss of jawline contour

Details of the Facelift Procedure

There are a variety of facelift procedures to accommodate patient needs and desires.

The differences include:

  • The area of the face being treated
  • The length and position of the incisions
  • The amount of downtime for recovery

Your surgeon will explain all the options and help you choose the procedure that is best for you.

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Full facelifts

A full facelift in Scottsdale addresses more advanced signs of aging. A long-term solution to sagging tissue and skin, the results last on average from 10 to 15 years.

A typical procedure begins with an incision at the temples, along the hairline. Another incision, under the chin, may be made to tighten excess skin on the neck.

Techniques of removal, repositioning and/or reshaping of the tissues of the face—skin, excess fat and muscle—will be used to create the natural and graceful contours that you had in your earlier years.

Short Scar Facelifts

This procedure does not address the neck as much and is better suited for patients with aging related issues that are moderate and mainly located above the jawline.

Performed under local or general anesthesia, the surgery provides great results for patients that do not need neck contouring.

Endoscopic Facelifts

If the only area to be addressed is the cheek area, your doctor may recommend an endoscopic facelift in Phoenix. A tiny camera at the end of a tube, inserted in the incision, relays images to a monitor during surgery. The magnification affords the surgeon a much higher level of accuracy as the underlying structure is tightened and repaired.

Cheek Lifts

A cheek lift can address the entire midface area, from cheeks down to the nasolabial folds. It is less invasive and requires less downtime than a full facelift.

What is facial fat grafting?

Facial fat grafting can add volume to hollowed or gaunt facial areas that appear as the face ages. Fat cells are harvested from the patient’s own abdomen or thighs, purified and injected into the desired area.

Because the patient’s own tissue is used, there is no risk of it being rejected.

Are there non-surgical alternatives to a facelift?

There are several advanced, injectable fillers available that can smooth lines, wrinkles, and creases and plump sagging skin. They involve no incisions or downtime and, generally, require just a 30-minute office visit. They are frequently used in conjunction with surgical facelifts to achieve the optimal, sought-after results.

Complementary Procedures

Even a full facelift in Scottsdale may not address all your concerns. Just as fillers can be used, along with facelift surgery, so can other surgical procedures, such as a brow lift, skin resurfacing, or lip shaping. When you meet with one of our expertly trained plastic and reconstructive surgeons, he or she will discuss all the options available and create a complete treatment plan that will result in the natural, beautiful, more youthful look you envision.

Choosing the Best Surgeon for Your Facelift

Choosing a plastic surgeon is no small task. Among the many qualities to consider the following should be considered most:

  • Has undergone all the rigors and education required to be a board certified plastic surgeon
  • Is highly experienced and known for achieving natural-looking results.
  • Has an eye for aesthetics, harmony, and balance.
  • With whom you can communicate easily and comfortably.

Why Choose Us for Facelift?

The first stage of planning a Phoenix facelift surgery is to schedule a private consultation with one of our expertly trained plastic and reconstructive surgeons. At Arizona Aesthetic Associates, our goal is to provide information, guidance, and results that bring you restored confidence in your appearance with natural and balanced facelift rejuvenation.

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