Face Lift

Your Face Lifted & Fresh

Face LiftWhen you look back at pictures of your college days are you amazed at how beautiful your skin used to be, but when you look in the mirror now it’s a much different story? Has time left its mark on your skin?

As you age, your skin begins to sag. The hollows of your face become more prominent. You start to form wrinkles and those dreaded jowls.

But how do some women age with such grace? For some, it’s genetics, for others the secret to their ageless beauty is a facelift.

Youth is beautiful, and we will go to great lengths to look younger, longer. Last year alone over 130,000 facelift procedures were performed in the U.S.

The Quest to Be Unforgettable

A facelift can drastically improve the look of your skin and make you look years younger. To understand how let’s look at the workings of your skin. The dermis or lower layer of your skin contains elastin and collagen proteins that give your skin resilience, bounce, and durability.

After years of sun exposure and damage caused by age, your skin loses it’s elasticity and volume which consequently causes wrinkles and droopy skin. Eventually, as you age you lose the collagen and elastin proteins, you need to keep your skin youthful and taught.

Nothing can stop the aging process, but one of the most effective ways to combat sagging skin in the face and neck, wrinkles at the corners of your eyes, “howling” at the jawline, “marionette lines” or your double chin is a rhytidectomy, commonly known as a facelift.

A facelift works by surgically removing excess skin and tightening underlying tissues. Since everyone’s face is different, not two facelift procedures are exactly alike.

Face Lift Procedure Info

Most facelift procedures are performed under local anesthesia.

A traditional face lift requires an incision from your temple area and curves around the earlobe to the bottom hairline. If the skin of your neck needs to be tightened a small incision under the chin is made.

Your surgeon will separate the fat and muscle from your skin to get at the underlying tissue. The tissue is tightened by folding and pulling it under itself. In some cases, liposuction may be used to remove any excess fatty areas.

The tightening of this underlying tissue firms up the cheeks, jaw and neck. Once all of the muscle and tissue has been repositioned and tighten your surgeon will pull up your skin and trim off the excess skin before stitching you up. The main incisions are hidden behind the hairline or under the chin.

A facelift doesn’t address everything, though, for example, it doesn’t correct sagging eyelids, droopy eyebrows or the texture of your skin.

Most people who get a face lift have additional plastic surgery procedures performed at the same time, including eyelid surgery, a brow lift, and skin rejuvenations procedures like chemical peels or microdermabrasion.


It’s important that you trust your Facial Plastic Surgeon. There are hundreds of Facial Plastic Surgeons to choose from; however, not all doctors are created equal. That’s why we’ve selected your city’s best Facial Plastic Surgeons – to make the decision process easier for you and your family.

For your peace of mind, Top10MD Facial Plastic Surgeons’ credentials are validated yearly to verify medical licenses have no serious patient care sanctions, current Board Certifications in their given medical specialty, current DEA & DPS licenses, and malpractice insurance. A Top10MD has at least 5+ years experience or has performed 300+ procedures in their given specialty and a current Patient Satisfaction Score of 8.5 or higher.

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How long does the procedure take?

A full facelift usually take anywhere from 2-4 hours depending on how much work needs to be done.

How much does face lift surgery cost?

The cost of the face lift surgery varies depending on your location, the expertise level of the surgeon and the extent of work you are having done.

The average cost of a face lift in 2012 was $6,630, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. However, this does not include fees, facility cost, medication or anesthesia.

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