Dr Kian
Dr Kian

During my consultations a question I often get asked is “Will a facelift make me look younger?”

Firstly, yes it is highly likely you will look considerably younger after a facelift if you have been experiencing issues such as sagging facial muscles or excess skin. The amount of sagging skin you have will be a large factor in how drastic the final outcome will look. Many people will also opt for a neck lift surgery at the same time. This can often help improve the overall look of your facelift. Including a neck lift will also help blend in the results of your facelift. This will make it look less noticeable that you have had this procedure.

Let me explain the process to you

Facelift surgery (rhytidectomy) is a procedure that rejuvenates the appearance of the face. Necklift surgery (platysmaplasty) tightens the skin around the neck. Both of these procedures are frequently performed simultaneously. These procedures remove excess skin and reposition the underlying fat and muscles. This will give the face a more youthful appearance by removing excess skin and rearranging the underlying fat and muscles. To treat facial volume loss due to ageing, this procedure can be combined with fat transfer.

How do you know if a facelift is suitable for you?

Both male and female patients can benefit from facelift and necklift surgery. You may be considering a facelift or necklift to correct drooping skin caused by weight loss or to reverse the effects of ageing. Fine lines, wrinkles, deep nasolabial (nose to lip) folds, and jowls are all concerns that can be treated with facelift surgery. A necklift can be used to correct drooping skin and noticeable muscle (plastysmal) bands, and liposuction can be used to treat a ‘double chin’ appearance.

how do I book in for an appointment?

You will first need to book in for a consultation with myself. Here I will explain the process and discuss the outcome you are looking to achieve. To find a suitable date for your consultation simply head over to the contact page


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