Non-Surgical Face lift
The Three Ways of Facial Aging
Facial aging has always been associated with the visual signs of sagging skin. For decades, the favored treatment of this sagging skin has been a facelift. When aging recurred, another facelift was done, and so on. After a second or third facelift, the individual no longer looked natural, and instead had a “tight or pulled” appearance.
Over the last 10 years, there has been a general “awakening” and acknowledgment among plastic surgeons as to how aging really occurs. Aging in the face occurs in three ways:
There is a loss of fat or volume in the face.
There is photo damage from the sun’s harmful rays
There develops an abundance of hanging excess skin