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Have you heard about the new trend in plastic surgery? It’s not just about vanity anymore. Recent studies have shown that a lower facelift can actually improve not only your appearance but your health and well-being as well. From improved breathing to increased self-confidence, here’s everything you need to know about lower facelifts, including the procedure, the cost, and why more women opt for it.

Disclaimer: This post is for informational purposes only and to give you the scoop on if one is right for you. If you’re interested, please remember to discuss any questions or concerns with your surgeon. Alright, let’s dig in!

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A close portrait of an aged woman before and after facial rejuvenation procedure. Correction of the chin shape liposuction of the neck. The result of the procedure in the clinic of cosmetic medicine

A lower facelift is a surgical procedure that targets the lower half of the face, including the jowls, chin, and neck. This type of facelift is ideal for patients who want to address the signs of aging in the lower face area, and it can also address laugh lines and mouth corners. Typically, patients who have the procedure done can expect it to last for about 10 years. The best candidates are folks in their 40s to 60s, but as long as you’re healthy, there really is no age limit to have a lower facelift done.

During the procedure, a surgeon will make small incisions around the ear and under the chin and use surgical techniques to tighten and reposition the underlying muscles and tissues. This results in a smoother, more youthful appearance.

You might be wondering about the pain scale for a lower facelift (I know I was when I started researching it). There’s very little pain, but there will probably be a lot of bruising, which is manageable with medication. Patients wear a tight chin strap for a bit which may be uncomfortable combined with swelling.

Compared to other types of facelifts, such as a full facelift or a mid-facelift, a lower facelift is less invasive and has a shorter recovery time. As for recovery time, you’ll be looking at four to six weeks to get started and six months until you see the final result.

Additionally, a lower facelift can be combined with other procedures if you need/want/desire them, such as a neck lift or liposuction, for a more complete transformation. 

While it’s not the most expensive cosmetic procedure, it will run you a pretty penny. Lower facelifts, on average, cost just under $10,000. So, with the 10-year timeline, you’re looking at $1,000 a year.

woman tightening the chin before and after the procedure

In addition to improving your appearance, a lower facelift can also provide unexpected health benefits. Not only can it improve your breathing, but it can also greatly reduce jaw pain. The lower facelift targets the muscles and skin around the jawline, which can often be the source of pain for many individuals.

Patients report a significant decrease in jaw pain and tension headaches by reducing the tension in these areas. This newfound relief can greatly improve one’s quality of life and provide an added incentive for those considering the procedure.

Another surprising benefit is improved digestion. The procedure focuses on the lower part of the face, including the neck, which can often become loose and saggy with age. A lax neck can lead to swallowing difficulties and acid reflux. By tightening and smoothing the skin in this area, lower facelift surgery can help to alleviate these symptoms and improve digestion.

Lower face lift before and after

Lower facelifts can also translate to increased self-confidence. When patients are free from physical discomfort and feel better about their appearance, they are more likely to feel confident in their everyday lives.

This can lead to increased social opportunities and a more fulfilling personal life if you need a confidence boost. So, while a lower facelift may seem like a cosmetic procedure on the surface, it can also significantly impact a patient’s overall well-being.

The trend of lower facelifts is not just about enhancing one’s appearance but improving overall health and well-being. Through better breathing, less jaw pain, improved digestion, and increased self-confidence, this procedure can bring positive changes to one’s physical and mental health.

As with any plastic surgery, it is important to do thorough research and choose a qualified surgeon. If you are ready to make a positive change for yourself, schedule a consultation today. Remember, a lower facelift can be the key to looking and feeling your best. As the saying goes, “When you look good, you feel good.”

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