After significant weight loss, you may experience widespread skin sagginess, including on your face. This skin droopiness can be especially dramatic among obese people who have lost large amounts of fat following weight-loss surgery. Facelift surgery and body contouring procedures can be an effective way of removing excess, drooping skin.

With obesity a rising problem across the country, many Americans are having weight-loss surgery. Body contouring is a common follow-up to such surgeries, but there are facial signs of volume loss as well.

When you lose significant weight, your face loses fat volume. With less fat, the stretched skin takes on a deflated appearance. Your face can have deep folds and wrinkles, making you look much older than you are.

A facelift addresses:

  • Sagging facial skin
  • Drooping cheeks
  • Deep creases from the nose to the corners of the mouth
  • Jowls

A facelift can restore defined facial contours to complement your weight loss results. Skin sagging down below the jaw can be lifted for a refreshed, rejuvenated facial appearance.

To learn more about facelift in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, please contact the Cosmetic Surgical Center to schedule a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Vasdev Rai.