Facial Rejuvenation

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About Facial Rejuvenation

The term “facial rejuvenation” refers to a group of surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures aimed at restoring the appearance of your face and to combat the effects of aging. Neck lifts, brow lifts, and forehead lifts, as well as less invasive procedures such as Botox, dermal fillers, chemical peels, and laser skin resurfacing, are among the most popular treatments.

Commonly asked questions about Facial Rejuvenation

1. What is facial rejuvenation?

The term “facial rejuvenation” refers to a group of surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures aimed at restoring the appearance of your face and to combat the effects of aging. Neck lifts, brow lifts, and forehead lifts, as well as less invasive procedures such as Botox, dermal fillers, chemical peels, and laser skin resurfacing, are among the most popular treatments.

2. What types of surgeries or treatments are available for the eyes/forehead?

Common issues people struggle with when it comes to the eyes and forehead include:

  • Tired and droopy eyelids
  • Sagging upper eyelids
  • Bags/puffiness under the eyes
  • Frown lines
  • Forehead wrinkles

Surgical procedures for these areas: 

  • Eyelid surgery – this surgery removes excess skin around the eyes to restore and refresh the face.
  • Brow lift – A brow lift is a cosmetic procedure that raises the soft tissue and skin of the forehead to improve the appearance of the forehead, brow, and eye area.

Non-surgical procedures for these areas: 

  • Botox – Botox blocks specific nerve signals that cause muscles to contract when injected into the skin. As a result, the muscles relax, therefore reducing wrinkles.
  • Laser skin resurfacing – This will help to restore any eye damage caused by the sun. It can be done alongside or after eyelid surgery or a brow lift.

3. What types of surgeries or treatments are available for the nose?

Common issues people struggle with when it comes to the nose include:

  • Long/large nose
  • Bumps on the bridge of the nose
  • Too wide or too small of a nose for the face
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Asymmetrical nose
  • Bulbous tip of the nose

Surgical procedures for the nose: 

  • Rhinoplasty – A procedure that alters the appearance of the nose. Many people choose to undergo rhinoplasty to change the appearance/shape of the nose, to improve breathing, or both.

Non-surgical procedures for the nose: 

  • Injectable filler – In some cases, a soft tissue filler injected underneath the skin can be used to reshape the nose.

4. What types of surgeries or treatments are available for face, neck, cheeks, and chin?

Age, gravity, and heredity are all factors that can cause facial skin to sag and lose volume over time. Some of the concerns someone may have about their face, cheeks, and chin include:

  • Wrinkles and folds around the nose and mouth
  • Sagging jawline
  • Hollowed cheeks
  • Prominent or protruding chin
  • Weak or receding chin

Surgical procedures for these areas: 

  • Face lift/mini face lift – Excess skin is removed, wrinkles/folds are smoothed out, and facial tissue is tightened during a facelift. However, a facelift does not include a brow lift or an eye lift, these are separate surgeries, but they can be done simultaneously as a facelift procedure.
  • Neck lift – A neck lift removes excess skin and fat from the neck to correct age-related wrinkling and give the area a smoother, slimmer appearance.
  • Chin reduction – Chin reduction surgery is a procedure that is used to minimize a prominent or protruding chin. Inside the mouth or beneath the chin skin, a tiny incision is made, the chin is contoured to the correct form after the excess bone is removed.
  • Chin implants – Chin implant surgery is a technique that reshapes or increases the size of the chin. To increase the size and contour of the chin and produce a more naturally beautiful balance between facial features. Surgery involves placing an implant around the existing chin bone.
  • Cheek implants – The goal of cheek implants is to provide volume and lift to the cheeks. Some people are concerned about the loss of volume in their cheeks or even the sagging of their cheeks as they age. Cheek implant surgery aims to enhance a person’s cheeks. A plastic surgeon may insert a solid implant across the cheekbone to augment the cheeks.

Non-surgical procedures for these areas:

  • Botox – Botox can be used to smooth out wrinkles in many areas of the face, including around the eyes, mouth, and lips
  • Injectable filler – Filler can be used to plump out areas of the face, including adding volume to the cheeks and chin
  • Chemical peels – Chemical peels can give you brighter, younger, smoother-looking skin and help remove fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, age spots, irregular skin pigmentation, and sun-damaged skin.