Early Maintenance Facelift
Everyone wants to stay looking younger for as long as possible, and Dr. Ben Talei has the expertise to help you achieve this goal. He is a dual board-certified plastic surgeon specializing in facelift and neck lift surgery. His skill results in a natural, more youthful look that lasts. Your facelift is tailored to your specific needs.
Few people are aware that their skin can show signs of aging as early as the late twenties or early thirties. It is no wonder that people want to keep their youthful appearance for as long as possible. An “early maintenance” facelift can help with this. Dr. Talei not only helps you look younger, but he also does it in the safest and most natural way possible. Your recovery will be painless and carefully monitored.
What Is the Best Age for a Facelift?
Traditionally, people have chosen to get a facelift after having reached a certain age or after noticing the toll that aging has taken on their appearance. For many, this occurs when they reach their fifties or sixties. Considering a facelift can make you look up to ten times younger, this was a way to turn back the hands of time. One of the disadvantages of waiting longer is that, generally, more work is needed to achieve the youngest looking appearance possible.
Currently, there is a new trend developing in which people are opting for a facelift at an earlier age. This trend, still customized to address your unique problem areas, is often referred to as an “early maintenance” facelift.
Many factors need to be considered when determining the proper time that a facelift should be performed. For example, health conditions, damage to the skin caused by the sun, and environmental factors need to be taken into consideration.
Typically, you can expect the results of a facelift to have about a seven to ten year lifespan. The average patient has been 50 or above at the time of the procedure. Everyone is unique in how and when their face will show visible signs of aging.
Advantages of the Early Maintenance Facelift
The longer you wait to have a facelift performed, the greater the possibility that more extensive work will be necessary. The traditional facelift requires that incisions be made along the hairline, extending behind the ears and to the lower portion of the scalp. A limited facelift follows along the same lines, but fewer incisions are needed to achieve the desired results.
An early maintenance facelift can be accomplished with either the traditional method or limited technique for incisions. As with a regular facelift, the technique used depends on your unique needs and the areas requiring change.
When you notice the signs of aging, crow’s feet at the outer corners of your eyes, fine lines and skin that does not feel as firm as it could be, you may want to consider an early maintenance facelift. A proactive approach to your anti-aging regimen can help keep the youthful look you already have as you move into the next phase of your life.
The early maintenance facelift is one that requires minimal rejuvenation. As if time stands still for you, your face will maintain its youthful look for years to come. This procedure sets a baseline for your appearance. Instead of trying to turn back the hands of time when you are older, an early maintenance facelift stops the aging process from taking a toll on your face to begin with.
Keep Your Youthful Look
You deserve to look your best, and it is essential to do your research and find the best plastic surgeon for your procedure. Dr. Talei at the Beverly Hills Center for Plastic & Laser Surgery is dedicated to providing patient-centered care using only the most natural and minimally invasive procedures. Contact us today to find out more about the early maintenance facelift and our other procedures that will help you always to look your best.