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THE SEATTLE FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY CENTER
1101 MADISON ST #1280 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 98104 | (206) 624-6200
The Seattle Facial Plastic Surgery Center
Dr William Portuese - Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon in Seattle WA

Facial Plastic Surgeon in Downtown Seattle WA

Facelift Surgery

One of your most exposed areas is the face. As a result, it may age quickly and show signs of sagging, wrinkles, and fine lines. These aging symptoms can be reversed with a facelift, giving you smoother skin and a younger appearance. Visit our office in Seattle, WA to see how board-certified facial plastic surgeons Dr. William Portuese and Dr Joseph Shvidler can revitalize your appearance with a facelift.

A Facelift: What Is It?

A facelift, also known as a rhytidectomy, is a plastic surgery technique that lessens aging symptoms on the face and neck. Skin sagging and wrinkles develop as a result of the supportive soft tissue beneath the skin becoming loose with age. To help fight the effects of aging and revitalize your appearance, a facelift operation can tighten the skin around your cheekbones, neck, and jawline. To emphasize the greatest features of your look, our Seattle office provides both surgical and non-surgical solutions in cosmetic surgery.

Facts About Facelifts

Surgery to remove extra skin, wrinkles, and lines can make you look 10 to 15 years younger. Any patient can gain from a facelift, although those between the ages of 40 and 70 frequently have the most striking outcomes. Depending on the procedure and the amount of the care, facelift surgeries often last 2.5 to 3.5 hours.

Benefit from Facelift Surgery

Rejuvenate Your Appearance

A facelift can remove extra skin and reverse the signs of aging on the face and neck. It is a highly gratifying cosmetic surgery operation.

Enhance Self-Esteem

A facelift can ease a lot of your insecurities by correcting aging symptoms like wrinkles and drooping skin. After surgery, patients frequently experience an increase in self-confidence. Safe, specialized medical care When carried out by a board-certified facial plastic surgeon facelifts are incredibly safe operations. Our surgeons can lessen scarring and recovery times using cutting-edge methods and knowledge.

Candidates for Facelift Surgery Considerations Before Selecting a Facial Plastic Surgery Overall Health

You should be in generally good health before having surgery, as with any medical operation. Because they hinder healing, several medical conditions, such as autoimmune illnesses, may raise your risk of problems. Drinking and smoking Your body’s capacity to heal correctly can be hampered by smoking, nicotine vaping, or binge drinking. To obtain a successful outcome, you must abstain from all nicotine-containing items for at least one month prior to surgery, the whole course of therapy, and the immediate aftermath. Weight Stable Your outcomes may be impacted if you gain or lose a considerable amount of weight following the surgery. To achieve long-lasting outcomes after a facelift, we advise patients to reach their ideal weight range first. Expectations Your natural appearance can be improved  to make you look younger. He can only revive your inherent attractiveness; he cannot give you a completely new face. Our surgeons can assist you in establishing reasonable expectations and goals for your cosmetic surgery during your consultation.

Beginning Your Journey Toward a Younger Appearance Consultation Request

Patients will notice smoother skin and a more youthful appearance following a facelift. Additionally, the results will enhance your natural beauty, bring out your facial characteristics, and give you a greater sense of self-worth. Our surgeons will thoughtfully customize your facelift surgery to meet your specific demands and objectives. Our doctors will be pleased to address any inquiries you may have regarding your facelift, alternative procedures, and payment plans.

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