Houston Center for Facial Plastic Surgery

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Facelift Trends for the New Year!

In case you didn’t know, facelifts come in all shapes sizes and colors today. From the minimally invasive facelift and rejuvenation procedure, to the full and permanent surgical rhytidectomy that leaves you looking younger and more revitalized for years to come, there is much to consider as an interested patient. For many people, the New Year brings a special desire for a fresher and more youthful look. The latest facelift technologies make it easier than ever to look and feel younger, and to do it your way! The following is information on some of 2018’s most popular facial cosmetic trends that can give you the Houston facelift look you desire.

Facial Fillers to Lift and Add Volume

With a wide selection of hyaluronic acid fillers available and more coming to the market, facial plastic surgeons, like Dr. Bradford Patt of Houston, are becoming even better at using them to achieve natural-looking, long-lasting results for patients. The newest and most effect dermal facial fillers, including Restylane® for chins and cheeks and Juvederm®, are just the beginning. Each available filler has a different consistency, which allows doctors to customize a comprehensive anti-aging solution for a patient of any age. As fillers become more popular, patients and doctors are realizing that it’s possible to get impressive results and help postpone a full facelift procedure a little longer.

Combination Therapy

Facial cosmetic surgeons are very skilled at combining procedures, whether it’s Botox® and Ultherapy® for wrinkles or dermaplaning and resurfacing for hyperpigmentation. When non-invasive therapies are combined, doctors can address most signs of aging without the need for surgery. Cosmetic surgeons are seeing an increase in younger patients seeking this kind of treatment, and there are no signs that the trend is going away any time soon.

Niche Treatments

Most people have at least one thing they’d change about their appearance, whether it’s low-hanging earlobes or a bit of extra chin fat. Whatever bothers the patient, and whatever the cause, there’s likely to be a cosmetic procedure that targets it in a safe and effective way. These procedures carry little downtime, and they provide subtle, natural results. The best way to find which procedure is right for you is to consult with Dr. Patt. Schedule your Houston consult now.

Glamorous Grandparents

Now, growing old gracefully may involve cosmetic treatments for some patients. Many of today’s grandparents are youthful, vibrant, and glamorous, and they want to stay that way well into old age. It’s becoming increasingly common for those in their 60s and 70s to consult with facial plastic surgeons on ways to keep their youthful looks. Of all procedures in this age group, eyelid surgeries and facelifts are the most common. With today’s innovative facelift techniques, patients are experiencing slightly less down times and the kind of aesthetic results they desire. Call 281-552-8111 for more information about a Houston facelift.

Growth Factors, Stem Cells, and Micro-needling

Fat transfer continues to be another popular method due to harvesting refinements and reliable results. Ongoing research on the potency of growth factors and stem cells found in fat will continue to bring this method to the forefront of modern facial cosmetic surgery in 2018. Micro-needling is another procedure that’s being used to treat everything from fine lines and wrinkles to serious scars.

Consulting with Houston’s Dr. Patt

As facial cosmetic surgery becomes more commonplace, acceptable, and appealing to a wider variety of people, patients are strongly urged to consult a certified surgeon who focuses on procedures involving the head, face, and neck. Patients should do their own research on providers and treatments before scheduling a procedure.

Connect with Dr. Patt of Houston Center for Facial Plastic Surgery at 281-552-8111 for information and an appointment.

2018-01-11T13:24:28+00:00 January 4th, 2018|Rhytidectomy|