What Age is Best for a Facelift

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What Age Is Best for a Facelift?

Mature WomanYou may have noticed when looking at friends, family members, and celebrities that everyone ages at a different rate. However, you do have some control over how your appearance changes over time. In addition to following a healthy diet and exercise regimen, cosmetic procedures like dermal fillers and facelift surgery can help you “roll back the clock” to a more youthful look. Dr. Ali Sepehr, our board certified facial plastic surgeon, determines whether patients will benefit more from a non-surgical or surgical approach based on their areas of concern, not their age. So, if you’re noticing some signs of aging and wondering whether it’s time to consider a facelift, he will develop a customized treatment plan designed with your unique goals in mind.

Many patients have the idea that 50 is the magic age for a facelift, but that depends heavily on the symptoms you’re experiencing. It’s not unusual for someone in their 40s to have a facelift, nor is it unusual for someone to wait until their 60s or 70s to have the procedure. If you notice any of the following concerns, a facelift may be right for you:

When you arrive for your initial consultation, Dr. Sepehr will discuss the concerns that bother you, and he will explain whether facelift, non-surgical treatment, or a combination approach will work best for your anatomic needs and desired outcome. His Lifelong Lift facelift technique is particularly well-suited to achieving long-lasting, natural-looking results. Furthermore, this method can be augmented with cosmetic injectables for a more comprehensive result.

For more information about the Lifelong Lift facelift technique, or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Sepehr, contact our office today.