What are the Benefits of a Facelift?
There are indeed less-invasive procedures available to reduce the signs of aging. So why should you consider a facelift at The Langdon Center?
A Facelift Addresses Multiple Signs of Aging at Once
Lifting the SMAS layer, remodeling or removing excess fatty tissue, and removing excess skin sculpt all the layers of your facial features. You can restore lost volume, smooth away deep nasolabial folds and marionette lines, and return youthful contours to your cheeks, jawline and neck. Less-invasive procedures typically address only one of these aging concerns at a time and are generally ineffective at tightening the SMAS layer.
Resets the Clock on Your Appearance
Even the most talented cosmetic surgeon cannot stop the aging process entirely. What Dr. Langdon can move your perceived age’s starting point back by several years. Yes, future wrinkles or volume loss will likely occur, but they will do so from a more youthful set point. Most of our patients are pleased with their facelift results for 10 or more years.
Modern-Day Surgical Techniques Leave Less Scarring
Dr. Langdon’s ExpresS-Lift techniques require shorter incisions placed around the hairline and ears, areas where healing leaves less apparent scars. There is also less bruising after the procedure, so the recovery process is shortened. These shortened incisions are possible because of the angle of lift, which also accounts for the natural-looking results Dr. Langdon can produce with your facelift. You will still have restored volume, minimized wrinkles, and remodeled youthful contours for a natural, pleasing outcome.
Why Should You Choose The Langdon Center for Your Facelift?
Dr. Langdon and The Langdon Center for Laser & Cosmetic Surgery team are dedicated to bringing patients world-class care and outcomes. From the first consultation appointment to your final follow-up visit after your procedure, you are in the best, most capable hands. Let Dr. Langdon help you turn back the clock by years with a consultation about a facelift today.