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The Benefits Of The Laser Facelift

Thanks to the many advances that have been made in technology, people are now living longer than they were in the past. In fact, the average life expectancy for a male in Australia is 79. The average life expectancy for an Australian female is 84.

Most people consider getting older a blessing. However, they typically do not like the changes that come along with getting older. Saggy skin and droopy jowls are two of the many unpleasant things that come along with the aging process. They can cause a person to look much older than he or she really is. In the past, the traditional facelift was the only option for people who wanted to reduce the signs of aging.

The traditional facelift is very effective at tightening sagging skin, reducing wrinkles and promoting a more youthful appearance. However, many patients do not want to get a regular facelift because it is an extensive procedure that requires a lengthy recovery time.

This procedure can also be very expensive. Fortunately, the laser facelift is an option for people who do not want to get a regular facelift. This procedure is the ideal choice for people have loose skin, chubby cheeks and heavy jowls.

The laser facelift is performed by inserting a laser fiber underneath the skin. The tissue underneath the skin will be warmed using the latest infrared technology. The collagen fibers be tightened, and the fat cells will be melted. This will help improve the facial shape and jowls. The incisions made are small. They are made underneath the chin and beside your ears. Once the incisions heal, they will barely be noticed. Additionally, the doctor is not required to remove any skin.

The laser facelift is an outpatient procedure. The recovery time is also very brief. In fact, many people will be able to go back to work within one or two days of their procedure. Patients can expect to experience some pain after they get their procedure, but it is usually not unbearable. Discomfort can be alleviated with over-the-counter pain medications. Swelling and bruising are common side effects of this procedure, but they usually go away within three to five days of treatment. Patients will typically see their doctor for a follow-up appointment within one week of their procedure.

There have been numerous positive reports by Dr. Ajaka about the laser facelift. Furthermore, laser facelift is less expensive than a regular facelift.