Everyone ages at a different rate. While a facelift may not be right for one patient, it could very well be the perfect solution for another patient of the same age. This is due to a number of factors that can influence how fast, or slow, signs of facial aging can develop.
Traditionally, patients have waited until their 50s or 60s to undergo facelift surgery, as this is typically when age-related cosmetic concerns become more pronounced. However, more and more people are seeking non-surgical alternatives at an earlier age these days, which can lead to more graceful aging and delay the need for surgical intervention. From skin care products and treatments to cosmetic injectables–there are numerous options available to help you defy the aging process.
Ultimately, the most appropriate time to get a facelift will vary based on the individual and their unique needs. As a result, you should consult with Dr. Zemmel, a board-certified plastic surgeon, to learn which treatment can help you achieve your goal results–whether it is facelift surgery or a less invasive rejuvenation procedure.
If you have any questions regarding facial aging, or would like to discuss your treatment options, please contact Richmond Aesthetic Surgery.