It’s just a couple of months into the new year, but chances are good that you’ve already fallen behind on keeping your resolutions. Don’t worry, though—you’re not alone. By some counts, about 92 percent of people don’t achieve their resolutions, including some of the most common: “lose weight” and “get more fit.”
Problem is, if you do successfully maintain a diet and exercise program, skin laxity and loss of contour could cause your slimmed-down results to show as a thin, aging face.
Although 2017 is well underway, consider making a new resolution to learn more about what a facelift can do. Toronto’s Dr. Wayne Carman suggests the procedure for men and women, generally in their 50s and 60s, who have loose skin and loss of fullness in their lower face and neck.
Applying modern techniques, Dr. Carman performs a to facelift to give patients a sleek, youthful look, eliminating jowls and neck looseness as necessary, and tightening away creases in the lower face. The goal is to look totally natural afterwards—not like someone in a wind tunnel!
Repositioning fat, either reducing it with liposuction or adding it with microfat injection, can be a very effective way to refine contour and adjust volumes. These techniques are often combined with facelift procedures and help to achieve that natural “refreshed” look.
Dr. Carman individualizes each surgical plan, starting with a consultation visit to discuss what result is desired and then determining the steps needed to achieve it.
Discover more about a facelift in Toronto by calling Plastic Surgeon Dr. Wayne Carman at (416) 322-7108 or 1-888-451-1140, or visit www.drcarmanplasticsurgery.com.