Ways to Make Your Face Look Younger

by | Dec 8, 2016 | Plastic Surgeon


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A lot of people consider cosmetic procedures to make them look younger. Most are performed in the face, and have become increasingly popular over the years. Two of the most common procedures include Botox injections and facelifts. You can get Botox or a facelift in Chicago from a reputable cosmetic surgeon. You will need to know which process will work the best for you before you make a final choice.

Botox Injections

People will receive Botox injections to smooth out wrinkles in their face. It can also make your face look younger. The Botox will temporarily paralyze the muscles in your face, which causes no movement. After some time, you will regain function in your face. You can have Botox injected into different parts of your face, depending on where you would like the wrinkles removed. It can also help with frown lines and other issues that you would like to correct.


A facelift is good if you would like to correct sagging skin in your neck and face. Getting a facelift will make you appear younger but it will not stop your aging process. Many people decide to have a facelift if they have lost a significant amount of weight. Losing weight can cause the skin on your face and neck to sag, or cause jowls. It can also help to remove extra skin and fat under your chin, that might make it look like you have a double chin.

A facelift is a surgical procedure that should be done by a board certified cosmetic surgeon. You should speak with the surgeon in your area to make sure you meet any criteria for the surgery. You should also consult with them to see if they can help you achieve the desired results that you want. With any other surgery, there may be complications that may hinder you from reaching maximum results.

Dr. Adam J. Cohen can perform a facelift in Chicago. You can contact his office at eyefaceandbody.com

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