You may be standing on the threshold of middle age, looking in the mirror and noticing little signs of aging starting to develop. You wonder if a facelift would help or not. On the other hand, you may feel you are too young to be thinking of such things as you ease your skin toward your hairline taking in your profile.
As early as your late twenties or early thirties, your skin begins to lose its elasticity. Collagen levels begin to diminish and small wrinkles and tiny lines develop around your eyes and smile line. Facial skin becomes loose and your cheeks may start to look a little saggy. It may not be bad, but you are aware of the changes. A mini facelift may be just the thing you need to restore your youthful appearance and halt the onslaught of aging.
A Fast Track to A More Youthful Appearance
A mini facelift is perfect for people who do not need a full facelift but are not happy with the lines and wrinkles that are beginning to form. Recovery from a mini facelift is much shorter than that of a full facelift. It also can be more natural-looking.
Investing in a mini facelift early in middle age is more cost-effective and it means that you most likely will not need a more comprehensive facelift when you get older. Addressing the issues with loose facial skin early on makes it less likely that you will need more extensive work later. Additionally, the change in your appearance, while making you look younger, will not be as drastic as a full facelift may be later in life.
A Less Invasive Path to Rejuvenation
A full facelift requires general anesthesia, invasive surgery and weeks of recovery. A mini facelift can be performed in less time and is less invasive. Most patients recover from a mini facelift within a week or so. The mini facelift is an in-office procedure that only requires mild sedation.
If you see the signs of aging beginning to affect your appearance and you want to do something about it, contact Dr. Eric Cerrati. Schedule your consultation appointment today and get more information about the mini facelift.
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