The New Face Lift: Quick, Easy and Effective

Do you look in the mirror and wonder “Wow, when did my jawline and neck start to sag so much? And where did these wrinkles come from?” Do you ask yourself, “I feel 30…why do I look 60?” If so, you are not alone. A majority of patients who come see me have asked themselves the same questions and feel exactly the same way. With time my patients notice they start feeling older because of the way their face has aged. Aging of the lower face and neck is one of the first changes we notice. The firm jawline and smooth chiseled neck of youth get replaced by sagging jowls and redundant neck skin and fat. The good news is, of all the age-related changes, these are the ones that are the easiest to restore.

Many people are afraid of the facelift because of the downtime, risks, and potential of looking too pulled or unnatural. Many of these considerations apply to traditional and outdated face-lifts. The new generation face-lift is less invasive and refined and allows patients to recover quickly while achieving excellent natural and lasting results. These procedures can be done without general anesthesia, further decreasing the cost and the risk. As a result of these qualities, these procedures have had extremely high levels of satisfaction.

If you have started to notice the effects of aging, please rest assured that the procedures available today are nothing less than the latest and greatest. Visit Dr. Karam at Carmel Valley Facial Plastic Surgery in San Diego for a consultation to discuss both your concerns and options for facelift surgery. We will find the best solution for your individual needs.


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