Seniors and Cosmetic Surgery-What’s Right for Me?

Seniors and Cosmetic Surgery-What’s Right for Me?

The signs of aging affect us more strongly as we become seniors and cosmetic surgery can provide answers. Dr. Rast offers solutions that can help you look and feel younger. Signs of aging like wrinkles and sagging skin can reduce self-esteem in women and men over the age of 65. When signs of aging begin to show on the face, neck, and body, there are options to help you look and feel younger.

 

Eyelid Surgery

Blepharoplasty, or eyelid surgery focuses on the areas around the eyes, reducing drooping skin
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and wrinkles. If the skin around your eyes is puffy or sagging and makes you look older or chronically tired, Dr. Rast can perform the procedure on the upper eyelid, lower eyelid, or both. The incision is hidden within a natural crease, and muscles and tissue are tightened, fat deposits are repositioned, and excess skin is removed. The result is a more “awake,” open-eyed appearance that creates a more youthful look.

 

Breast Augmentation

As women age, breasts tend to sag and lose volume. Dr. Rast can improve the profile, fullness, size, and symmetry of a woman’s breasts with the use of implants. The surgery involves small incisions made under the breast, under your arms, or around the nipples. The implants are inserted, and the incision closed with stitches or surgical tape.

 

Face Lift

A face lift for a senior can help smooth out signs of aging around your face and neck. It does not alter your basic appearance, but it may help you look and feel younger. Incisions begin at the hairline and continue around the ear, ending at the lower scalp. Another incision below the chin may be necessary to remove excess skin and fat around the neck and to smooth your profile.

 

Get Your Appointment

Contact Dr. Rast at (913) 451-3722 or contact us online to learn more about cosmetic surgery for seniors. Our plastic surgery team strives to work with you to get you looking and feeling younger as soon as possible!
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