Fillers And Facelifts In Your 40s

Although every face is different, many experienced plastic surgeons find that a combination of injectables and surgery-not one or the other-is the most effective way to rejuvenate a 40-something face.

In this decade of life, the mid-face typically goes through the most changes: cheeks start losing fat, which leads to sagging skin and the formation of laugh lines and even jowls. To combat these, members of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons often recommend fillers along with limited lifting procedures like a mid-facelift or a short-scar facelift.

These procedures can help you avoid the need for the more dramatic procedures frequently recommended in one's 50s, such as a full facelift or cheek implants.

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