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How to Make Facelift Results Last Longer

Facelift surgery is often praised for the procedure’s ability to erase years of facial aging, but—as former and current facelift patients are aware—the results unfortunately cannot put a stop to the aging process. With continuous influence from gravity, age, and sun exposure, the skin will naturally start to loosen again depending on factors such as your genetics and lifestyle habits. In general, the best way to preserve the outcome achieved with a facelift is to protect your skin from harmful forces that may damage the collagen and elastin fibers. This can be achieved by: Using sun protection: Sun damage is a leading cause of rough, loose skin as well as age spots and hyperpigmentation. To keep your skin looking firm and healthy, always apply sunscreen... Continue Reading

Can a Facelift Get Rid of a Double Chin?

A facelift is known for improving facial contours via the smoothing and removal of excess skin, but Orlando patients often wonder whether the procedure has the ability to similarly enhance the neck and jawline. While facelift surgery at our Orlando practice can reduce neck laxity to some degree, effectively getting rid of a double chin may require a combination of additional neck contouring approaches. Luckily, these techniques can easily be added to your facelift treatment plan so that total facial rejuvenation can be completed in just one procedure.    If you have the appearance of a double chin due to excess fat in the submental region (under the chin), liposuction should be enough to reduce fullness and achieve more definition around the jawline. A mild... Continue Reading

How to Get Rid of Jowls

It’s widely known that collagen production diminishes as we get older. The cosmetic effects of this decline are often exacerbated by factors such as gravity, sun exposure, and genetics. As decreased levels of collagen and elastin are absorbed by the body, some of the most prominent signs of facial aging that develop include sagging skin and lost volume around the cheeks. Facial skin and fatty deposits begin to descend, the result being the formation of jowls—or relaxed skin along the jawline. Jowls often present an aesthetic concern for many individuals who may feel like their outward appearance is inconsistent with how youthful they feel inside. While most people develop jowls at some point in their lifetime, Dr. Jon Paul Trevisani offers both surgical and non-surgical... Continue Reading