Tips for a Successful Facelift

6 Sep

Facelifts can be performed by any surgeon, but for superior results, it’s best to consult an experienced plastic surgeon with thousands of hours in the operating room doing facelifts. Here’s a video that can help with your decision. Watch it here.

FaceliftOur best facelift candidates are realistic about expectations, strictly follow the pre-and post-operative instructions and seek consultations with several plastic surgeons. Chemistry and trust are an important part of the equation, as are personality and bedside manner. It’s a good idea to look at a surgeon’s before and after photos of clients who have had facelifts.

Here are some other helpful tips if you’re contemplating a facelift.

  • Gather information and learn about the benefits and risks of the procedure.
  • It’s easy to think that plastic surgery will solve all your problems or make you look like a movie star. Understanding the limitations of surgery is essential for overall satisfaction with your results.
  • Facelifts are not covered by insurance, so make sure you understand all the charges involved. Your doctor may offer financing options.
  • Make sure you understand the risks and complications of surgery.

Get started by requesting a consultation online. We’d love to help you decide if a facelift is right for you.

Best, WGS

4 Responses to “Tips for a Successful Facelift”

  1. Lillian Schaeffer November 28, 2016 at 11:07 am #

    This is some great information, and I appreciate your suggestion to learn about the benefits and risks of a face lift before having the procedure done. I’ve been unhappy with how my age is showing in my face, and I’d really like to have something done to restore some of my beauty. I’d like a face life, but I’ll definitely make sure to do a lot of research and understand what that involved before I make a decision. Thanks for the great post!

    • drgrantstevens November 28, 2016 at 11:25 am #

      Thank you Lillian. There are many options today instead of a facelift if that is not a good fit. Lasers are incredible now and the downtime is far less than the old lasers we used to use. Look into Contour or Halo lasers for example. WGS

  2. Ursula Simpson May 29, 2017 at 3:06 am #

    Wonderful write up.Thank you for sharing it.

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