when is the right time for a facelift

Jeffrey Kenkel, MD

While we usually don’t make recommendations based on chronological age, being in your late 20s, you defintely don’t need a face lift. As you begin to see some changes in your laugh lines and perhaps along your jawline, there are a few things you can consider. One of the first things to happen to our face, typically in the later 30s and early 40s is volume loss. This can lead to a tired look and in some cases an aged appearance. If that is the case, then you can consider replacing that volume with fillers. Early skin laxity in patients with good skin may benefit from a skin tightening procedure. Beware, that there are a lot of promises out there regarding skin tightening procedures, so approach with caution

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