Highly-Skilled Facelift Surgeon
When considering facial plastic surgery, you need to be fully confident in your surgeon. You are a likely candidate for this procedure if you are tired of looking in the mirror and seeing one or more of the following:
- Sagging facial skin
- Deep creases running from nose to corners of your mouth
- An unsightly double chin
- Creases extending from mouth to chin
How long will the results from a facelift last?
Every individual responds differently to a facelift; it is difficult to say precisely how long your results will last. The factors affecting the longevity of your results include genetics, the technique used, whether you smoke or drink, your skincare regimen and the skills of your surgeon. You can generally expect your results to last around 15 years.
What is the ideal age to get a facelift?
Some factors other than age will determine whether you are a good candidate for a facelift. Typically, people in their 40s and 50s are in the ideal stage of life to undergo a facelift.
Am I too young for a facelift?
The ideal time to have a facelift may be different for each individual. Generally, facelifts are performed in the late 40s or 50s but can be performed on younger individuals when it is appropriate, particularly a mini-facelift to address the early signs of aging on the mid to lower face area.
When can I go out in public after a facelift?
Most patients feel comfortable going out in public within 10 to 14 days after their procedure. You will be able to camouflage signs of bruising with makeup, but you may still have some mild swelling. When you decide to go in public after a facelift depends on your individual rate of healing, and your own comfort in how you look. Within four weeks, you should feel ready to attend social events.
How much does a facelift in Charlotte, NC cost?
The cost of a facelift in Charlotte, NC, can range from approximately $14,000 to $18,000, this price reflects the total cost—the surgeon’s fee, the OR fee, the anesthetic fee, and everything else included in your procedure.