It can be frustrating to look older than you feel. While the mirror may show a man with sagging jowls and a softer jawline, inside you feel like the same guy you were 20-30 years ago. If you want to look more like your younger self, male facelift surgery may be the solution. Dr. Obaid Chaudhry at Be That Beautiful™ Plastic Surgery in LA creates discreet, natural results for his male patients that want to look 10 or more years younger with male facility surgery.
Male facelifts are more challenging than female facelifts. This is due to heavier skin and tissue in the face that require more extensive lifting than the lighter female facial tissues. It is important to many men to retain their masculine traits while achieving a more youthful or attractive facial appearance. Dr. Chaudhry and our team listen to patients to ensure they receive the results they desire from their male facelift surgery procedure. Using advanced techniques, Dr. Chaudhry is able to maintain the chiseled jawline and masculine facial traits while removing excess skin to rejuvenate the face.
Rhytidectomy, or facelift surgery, is designed to remove excess skin and tissue from the lower face and upper neck. The goal is to reduce the appearance of jowling and loose skin under the chin. For men, enhancing the jawline for youthful definition can erase many years from their appearance. It can create a more masculine jaw, neck, chin and profile.
Male facelift surgery uses incisions in the hairline to access the skin and tissues in the lower face and upper neck. Dr. Chaudhry uses his skills to effectively hide the incisions for a discreet male facial rejuvenation. While a facelift does not stop the aging process, it can help you look a decade or more younger, restarting the aging clock.
Looking youthful is important for many men in their personal and professional lives. If you want to explore whether male facelift surgery may be right for you, contact us at Be That Beautiful™ Plastic Surgery in Los Angeles to schedule your confidential consultation with Dr. Chaudhry.