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Facelift in Columbia, SC

For patients who have experienced a loss of muscle tone or skin elasticity due to aging, sun damage, or other factors, a facelift may be an ideal option. At Plastic Surgery Consultants, Dr. Wassermann utilizes the most advanced techniques to create a smooth, refreshed, and youthful appearance and eliminate excess skin and wrinkles. We welcome patients from Columbia, Lexington, and the surrounding areas of South Carolina.

What is a Facelift?

A facelift is one of the most commonly performed facial surgeries, tightening the facial muscles and skin to achieve a more youthful appearance. This is an effective solution for patients who are concerned about loose, sagging skin in the mid face, including the cheeks, jaw, and neck. Using advanced surgical techniques, Dr. Wassermann of Plastic Surgery Consultants can produce beautiful results that look completely natural, taking years off your appearance.

How Much Does a Facelift Cost?

The cost of your facelift will vary depending on your specific treatment goals. To determine the exact cost of treatment, we invite you to schedule a personal consultation with Dr. Wassermann. During your consultation, you will work with Dr. Wassermann to develop a personalized treatment plan that will satisfy your unique cosmetic goals. At this point, we will be able to provide you with the full cost of treatment. To help make our treatments accessible to those who need them, we accept a variety of payment options as well as financing through CareCredit®.

What is a Mini Facelift?

A mini facelift uses the same techniques as a traditional facelift, but uses smaller incisions and is best suited for patients with minor skin sagging in the lower face. This is a less invasive facelift option, which means that patients will have less scarring and a quicker recovery after treatment. However, patients looking for more dramatic skin tightening results may need to have a full facelift to achieve their desired results.

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