I’m 57 and my Mom is 76. We’re from Carmel and we would both like facelifts. How would the surgery be different for my Mom than for me?
Age does play a role in facelifts. First off, the more we age, the more that typically needs to be done. A woman in her 50s is much more likely to get away with just having a mini-lift than a woman in her 80s. In addition, how long results last often depends on age. The tissues of a younger patient are more likely to hold the results of surgery for a longer period of time than one performed on someone in her 80s. The facelift procedure will provide rejuvenation that will the last the rest of one’s life. Exploring your options begins with a consultation with a facial plastic surgeon.