A facelift, or rhytidectomy, helps surgically reverse signs of aging when other non-invasive procedures cannot achieve the results you desire. Dr. Dan Jacob’s goal is to give you an improved, naturally youthful look without obvious signs of surgery. With 25 years of experience performing surgery exclusively on the face, neck, and head, he has the expertise to help you look at least ten years younger, without looking tight or stretched.
Today’s facelift is more natural looking and longer lasting than ever before. Dr. Jacob can give you a more youthful, rested appearance, hiding scars and, when possible, using minimally invasive techniques for the best results with the least amount of down time.
A neck lift is an integral part of a facelift. The neck lift tightens the underlying neck muscles and neck skin to sharpen the contour of your jawline, correct jowling, and improve your neck profile. This is often accompanied by non-invasive, non-surgical SmartLipo™. Or more severe cases of a “double chin” may warrant a platysmaplasty, surgery for greater fat removal and tightening of the neck muscle.
Often a facelift is performed in conjunction with other procedures – such as a browlift, eyelid surgery, facial liposuction with SmartLipo, and/or fractional C02 laser skin rejuvenation – to give your face an overall balanced look. Dr. Dan Jacob is a fellow of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and board-certified Otolaryngologist / Head and Neck Surgeon. You can trust his expertise when he recommends the procedures he believes will help achieve natural-looking results for you.
Remember, by improving how you look, facial cosmetic surgery can help build your self-confidence and help you lead a fuller life.
Call our facial plastic surgery practice in Metairie, Louisiana, at 504.456.9068 today to schedule an appointment for your complimentary facelift consultation with Dr. Dan Jacob. Together you can evaluate and discuss which facial rejuvenation procedures will bring out the best in you. You'll also be able to see some of his work first-hand.