If you struggle with wrinkles, jowls, or excess skin, chances are you’ve considered a facelift, but are not sure which technique would benefit you.
What is the difference between a mini facelift and a facelift exactly?
What Is the Difference Between a Mini Facelift And a Facelift? Which One Is Right for Me?
If you’re considering cosmetic surgery for facial rejuvenation, knowing the difference can help you decide which surgery is best for you. So, what’s the scoop? Here’s what you should know!
What is the difference between a mini facelift and a facelift, and which should you opt for? A mini facelift uses fewer incisions, targeting the lower half of your face. Mini facelifts typically cost less than a full facelift, are less painful, and require less downtime. That being said, results are temporary and less dramatic in some patients, best suited for mild to moderate sagging.
Full facelifts typically last a decade or longer and yield dramatic results, great for patients with moderate to severe signs of aging. A traditional facelift targets the entire face but can be more uncomfortable and requires a longer recovery period.
What Are the Benefits of a Facelift, Mini or Otherwise?
The differences are significant, but why opt for a facelift in the first place? Benefits include:
- Addressing multiple signs of aging at once
- Easy personalization to your age and needs
- Lasting longer than Botox or other anti-aging procedures
- Little to no visible surgical scarring
- Pairing well with additional procedures, like brow lifts
- Results as natural-looking and subtle or as dramatic as you want
- Tightening skin and contours your face shape
Where Can I Find More Information So I Can Book My Own Facelift?
Dr. Justin Cohen at The Cohen Clinic uses a patient-first approach, combining cutting-edge techniques and your unique goals for the best results possible, whether you opt for a mini facelift or otherwise.
Contact us at 703-349-7803 to book your consultation today!