I’ve got weak facial bone structure, but I still want a facelift. Just because I don’t have the right bone structure doesn’t mean I shouldn’t be allowed to have a facelift like other 44 year old women. What can be done with my weak bone structure to make sure my facelift is a success?
Facial bone structure is important in aging and while there would perhaps be limitations as to the degree of improvement you might achieve from a facelift compared to say Jennifer Aniston, techniques can be used to optimize your result and improve your facial skeleton. Chin augmentation is often used during facelift to improve the anterior jawline. While implants can also be used for the lateral aspect of the jaw, usually we will use autologous fat or Sculptra to improve this area in women because the results are softer and more feminine.