I don’t think facelifts are for wrinkles at all because wrinkles to me are sort of defects in the skin, in a sense, as opposed to drooping of the tissues which is really what “lifting” corrects—drooping tissues. The wrinkles between your eyebrows, as they scowl and get older, you can’t fix that with a facelift, you really need a brow lift. So you can correct drooping tissues but you can’t really get, especially fine wrinkles, out of the skin. Fine wrinkles have to come out a different way. They have to come out, depending on where they are, either with good skin care, and you can address that either with creams and light chemical peels and things like that, like Retin A, you can do those sorts of things for a long period of time or you can do something more powerful, like a strong peel or a laser and then recover for a shorter period of time.