The years catch up to all of us eventually. The skin on our faces can begin to sag, wrinkle, and form deep creases. People experiencing these symptoms of aging are all candidates for a facelift, also known as a rhytidectomy. While there are many successful facelift recipients in their seventies and eighties, most rhytidectomy patients are in their forties, fifties, or sixties. Facelifts not only make the patients look younger, they also increase their self-confidence.
Here at Front Range Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, we have published several blogs that are excellent reviews of things to know and consider about facelifts. As a continuation of our blog review, we’ll post a short excerpt from a couple posts from last year that are important sources of information on facelifts. Simply click on the links provided if you would like to read beyond these short excerpts.
“With a brand new approach to the age-old facelift, our Loveland office can finally help. You radiate joy, and your laugh lines are proof of that. However, you would rather your personality speak for itself than the impressions on your face. We understand.”
“We understand that aging is difficult enough without losing that familiar tightness of youth. With this understanding in mind, we meet every client where they are, evaluating expectations and wants and providing each with the solutions that will transform how they see that reflection in the mirror.”
For more information on whether a facelift is for you, call our Loveland office or visit our site at Front Range Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Schedule your consultation with Dr. Schutte today.