Facelift & Necklift

The facelift, also known as a “rhytidectomy,” has become a well-known, widely used procedure designed to reverse some of the signs of aging, such as sagging skin, extra fat deposits, folds, creases, and wrinkles. To “grow old gracefully” now has new meaning!

In addition to the standard facelift, now small incision techniques and mini facelifts are available for less downtime for the patient. Incisions are made in areas that are inconspicuous and easily covered by hair. If you are having neck work done, there may be an incision made under the chin. If your hair is very short, you may want to consider a little bit of growth to effectively hide your scars.

Bandages are placed loosely over the head to minimize bruising and swelling during the immediate healing process, typically for 1-3 days.

Schedule Your Facelift Today!

Richens Eye Center proudly provides patients from St George, UT and Mesquite, NV with facelift and necklift surgery. Call or Text us at (435) 986-2020 or fill out our Request An Appointment form.

 

Call or Text
(435) 986-2020


Get Directions
Three Locations

latest
Blog Posts

What is strabismus and how is it treated?

Monitoring one’s eye and vision health is incredibly important to ensure that patients do not experience permanent vision loss, infection, and other conditions that can significantly impact one’s day-to-day activities. Many eye conditions that can develop are progressive, meaning that ...Read More »

What is refractive lens exchange?

Patients who are interested in reducing their dependence on prescription contact lenses or corrective eyeglasses may want to speak to an eye doctor about specialized procedures that can help. With refractive lens exchange, patients can replace their current eye lens ...Read More »

Have A Question?
Contact Us

  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • * All indicated fields must be completed.
    Please include non-medical questions and correspondence only.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.