Upgrade Your Facelift For Complete Facial Rejuvenation
The facelift has long been known as one of the most extreme cosmetic procedures. A well-executed facelift can take 10 – 15 years off your face and return a more youthful, refreshed appearance. As amazing as these results are, there are some things a traditional facelift can’t do. If you are considering a facelift to fight the signs of aging, you may want to consider combining some non-surgical treatments that will compliment your facelift and provide a comprehensive rejuvenation.
What A Facelift Does
A facelift provides dramatic results by removing the visible signs of aging in the face and neck by removing excess skin and wrinkles and moving skin and tissue back to a natural position on the face. There are different types of facelifts to address the varying degrees of aging, however they all address skin laxity. Sagging skin can be due to natural aging or, in younger patients, premature sagging can be a result of weight loss, sun damage or genetics. Dr. Lohner takes individual factors like skin elasticity into account when determining which procedure will get you closest to your cosmetic goals and give provide the best result.
What A Facelift Doesn’t Do
A facelift addresses skin laxity and tissue placement, but it can’t fix some of the other tell tale signs of aging on your face, such as sun damage, age spots, hyperpigmentation, or volume loss. If you don’t treat dull, damaged skin or deflated features, they will continue to add age your appearance, even after your facelift. Complimenting your facelift with nonsurgical procedures like laser resurfacing, a chemical peel, or dermal filler will allow you to address skin laxity, wrinkles, and any of your other concerns. Bright, clear skin, contoured cheeks, or a plumper pout all create a more youthful appearance and help achieve optimal rejuvenation results from your facelift.
Beginning The Process
If you believe that you are a good candidate for a facelift, the first step is to call [primary_phone] to schedule a one-on-one consultation with Dr. Lohner, a plastic surgeon highly experienced in facial surgery. Dr. Lohner will discuss your goals and help you determine the comprehensive treatment options to meet your aesthetic goals. Dr. Lohner is a board-certified plastic surgeon based in Philadelphia who offers customized procedures to his patients. He completed his undergraduate education at Dartmouth College and medical school at UMDNJ-Rutgers. Currently, Dr. Lohner is Chief of Plastic Surgery at Bryn Mawr Hospital and holds a faculty appointment at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. His peers have selected him as a Philadelphia-area Top Doctor for the last ten years.