Rhytidectomy (facelift) is a procedure to improve sagging facial skin,
jowls, and loose (upper) neck skin by removing excess fat, tightening muscles,
and redraping the skin.
A facelift can make you look younger and fresher, and it may enhance your self-confidence in the process.
The best candidates for a facelift are men and women in relatively good health but whose face and neck have begun to sag.
As cosmetic surgery has become more popular, the demand for shorter, smaller procedures with quicker recovery times and better price has increased. These are often refered to as "nip and tuck" procedures -- partial face-lift (sometimes advertised with exotic names as a "lunchtime lift" or "life style" lift. Today with the progress in plastic surgery it allows flexibility in the procedures and more customized plans for surgery. Other procedures can be done instead or added -- including mid-face lift.
So join the 100's of thousands of people who have taken this step to improve
their image. These people often look back on their surgery as a life-changing
experience that gave them a new feeling of self-confidence!