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However, a much stronger cause is the cumulative effect of sun damage over the years. The skin here is almost always uncovered, meaning it’s always getting the most exposure to solar radiation, even on overcast days. Wearing sunscreen around the clock simply isn’t practical, so heavy face aging will strike almost everyone at some point. When it does, a lot of people opt for a facelift to turn back the clock.
Popular among both sexes, a facelift, also known as rhytidectomy, will greatly reduce wrinkles, tighten the skin and deliver clear, pronounced visual anti-aging effects. When performed in combination with other facial procedures like blepharoplasty or chemical peels, they can deliver outstanding results. If you’re experiencing deep lines or folds running from the corner of your nose to the edge of your mouth, jowls or the loss of a clear jawline, sagging or deep wrinkles in the cheeks or anywhere else, or loose skin and excess fatty tissue in the neck, then a facelift can fix it.
For most people, the first line of defence has always been one of the many anti-aging creams on the market. Unfortunately, these aren’t effective solutions for a number of reasons.
Learn more about facelifts, speak with a doctor, or book a consultation session by calling 1300 559 848 or contacting us online.