The rhytidectomy, commonly known as the facelift, is a popular aesthetic procedure that recreates a younger and more well-defined neck and jaw line in both men and women.
As people age, their skin becomes thinner and the underlying muscles begin to sag. As early as age 30 to 35, you may notice that your skin is beginning to lose its elasticity, resulting in excess skin. Hereditary factors play a role, but even external factors such as diet, smoking, sun exposure, and the effects of gravity come into play. Changes arise that you couldn't see before - facial wrinkles and folds, and excess skin around the neck.
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