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Times that you can get Facelifts

Dr. Vi Sharma has worked in the field of cosmetic surgery

He has a Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery, Monash University; and former member of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General Practice.

The first thing people notice after meeting us has to be our faces. Your first impression always depends on your total outlook and the confidence with which you carry yourself. 

With factors such as age, stress, weight gain, weight loss and other lifestyle habits, your face may have begun to look tired and aged. You may have lost some of that confidence of yours. The solution may be easier than you think. Consult our experts here at Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors for a solution to all your beauty problems.

The Doctors may ask you to consider getting a Facelift at this point. However, you should go through the whole process, the risks and the aftermath carefully before making any informed decision.

A facelift surgery will improve the tightness of your facial skin.  With age,the muscles in your skin lose their elasticity and as a result, parts of your face start to wrinkle and sag along your face and neck. Thus, a successful facelift surgery will  improve the appearance of your skin, giving you a much more fresh and youthful look.

In recent times however, as non- surgical treatments are getting safer and more efficient with each day, patients are opting for facelift injections from Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors instead of Surgical procedures, which are much riskier, and invasive.

Most people are skeptical about a facelift because of their age. Is there a best age to get this treatment? Let’s find out!

Is there really a specific age to start feeling good about yourself? Definitely not! But here are benefits you may see if you get a facelift at these ages :

  • AGES 20 – 30 : This is usually very early for a facelift as you will still be having great skin with no signs of ageing. You may still consider getting this treatment if you have lost weight suddenly, and your skin has become saggy as a result.

You can also consider a facelift if you want to keep your skin as such for longer, before you start showing signs of ageing. 

  • AGES 30 – 40 : At this point, considering a facelift to prevent all early signs of ageing is not uncommon. You may start noticing the appearance of some fine lines, and stress lines. A facelift can greatly benefit you at this point. 

This is also the age people undergo the most amount of stress, and develop habits like smoking. Smoking dehydrates and stops your skin from getting enough oxygen, as a result, your skin may end up looking much more dull and aged than it should. Consider a facelift when you reach this stage.

  • AGES 40 – 50 : Most people who get facelift treatments are from this age group. The signs of ageing start getting more and more prominent on your face. You will properly notice crow’s feet around your eyes, smile lines, forehead stress lines and other wrinkles on your face. Besides these, your skin will also start getting loose and saggy at this point. This is the time a facelift is essential to get back your confidence.
  • AGES 50 – 60 : At this age, your face has changed significantly, and signs of ageing are clear. A facelift clubbed with other treatments can still give you a fresh look and decrease the signs of ageing. 

We at Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors offer various types of solutions catered to suit your needs individually. Talk to us today to know more!


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About Dr Vi

Dr Vi Sharma is a renowned and highly trained cosmetic surgeon in Melbourne, practising cosmetic surgery since 2012. He has a worldwide loyal patient base. He has a bachelor of medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery from Monash University. Dr Vi Sharma is a former member of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General Practice. Along with treating patients, he also provides training for doctors and nurses regarding aesthetic and cosmetic treatment modalities.

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