Deciding to have facial rejuvenation opens a long list of possible procedures. Depending on your age, health, desired look, and financial situation, you can choose a variety of non-surgical, surgical, and minor facial rejuvenation procedures. Before booking a surgical consultation with Dr. Brantner, read our blogs on popular cosmetic procedures for facial rejuvenation.

Facelifts, From Start to Finish

4 Signs You’re Ready for a Facelift: How do you know if a facelift is right for you? Read this blog to determine if you’re ready to move beyond smoothing creams, collagens, and injectible fillers.

man at spaFacial Contouring for Men: Women aren’t the only ones who can achieve smoother features through facial rejuvenation procedures. Learn about rhinoplasties, facelifts, and in-office facelifts for men.

Fast-Recovery Facelift: Are you ready for facial recontouring, but only want smoother skin in one or two problem areas? Minimize your recovery with Dr. Brantner’s minor, in-office facelift procedure.

Skin Care After a Facelift: Establishing good skin care habits slows visible aging, reducing the development of wrinkles and sustaining elasticity in the skin. Post-op skin care not only helps scars heal faster, it also makes facelifts and minor procedures more effective.

Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation Procedures

Some patients prefer non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedures to going under the knife. Others work up to their desired procedure by trying chemical peels or Botox injections first. To learn more about non-surgical facial rejuvenation, talk to a member of our staff.

Do you want smoother, younger looking skin? Call Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery to schedule a facial rejuvenation consultation with Dr. Brantner.

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