A facelift is one of many procedures that can improve one’s appearance. The procedure is also called rhytidectomy and involves a surgeon removing excess skin and other tissue found on the neck, firming the tissue beneath the skin and re-sculpting the skin to the patient’s face for a more fresh and youthful appearance.
Facelifts can be done along with a Rhinoplasty, cosmetic surgery on the nose, a forehead lift or surgery on the eyelids. The plastic surgeon might also use liposuction to remove excess fat from the neck. Facelifts are the sixth most popular type of cosmetic surgery performed in the United States.
The Vampire Facelift is a non-surgical facelift in which a mixture of natural fillers and plasma from the patient’s own blood is injected into specific areas of the patient’s face. It smoothes out lines and wrinkles in your face, using natural products from your own body as well as hyaluronic acid. The vampire facelift is a relatively new procedure and is very popular with celebrities. This kind of procedure is used by people who don’t want to use Botox and would prefer a more natural approach. So now you’re probably asking yourself, how does this work? Does the Vampire Facelift really work? Are there any side effects associated with the Vampire Facelift? How long does it take to see a result?
Targeting sagging cheeks, deep smile lines, and drooping neck, Dr. Mason uses a vertical face-lift technique to dial back the effects of gravity and time. The goal is not just tightening loose skin, but repositioning the entire face to a more youthful look. With this lift you’ll have a natural look avoiding the stretched look often seen using other techniques.