Founder and Owner of Oculus Plastic Surgery and Specialty Surgery Center, Harvey “Chip” Cole, III, MD, FACS Talks About When Age Is Not Deciding Factor in Facelifts.

“Chip” Cole, III, MD, FACS founder and owner of Oculus Plastic Surgery and Specialty Surgery Center, discusses the question of when to get a facelift relating that many women are electing to have the surgery at earlier and earlier ages, while men are just getting comfortable with having the procedure.

New Oculus article from plastic surgeon Chip ColeATLANTA, GA, February 11, 2019: Founder and Owner of Oculus Plastic Surgery and Specialty Surgery Center, Harvey “Chip” Cole, III, MD, FACS posted a new blog on the Oculus website entitled, Do I Need A Facelift?” Dr. Cole informs readers that age no longer drives the need.

Dr. Cole writes, “To lift or not to lift? That is the question more and more people are asking themselves when they look in the mirror.” He continues adding, “Whichever way you to decide to go, know this: Today’s facelifts are not your mothers’, nor your grandmothers’. (It was a rarity for a man to even consider a facelift 20 years ago, so I can’t say “this isn’t your fathers’ facelift!)” “And,” says Dr. Cole, “these days, age is not the only reason why one would be inclined to choose to have a facelift.”

According to Dr. Cole, “The age of many women electing to have facelifts is getting younger every year. In the past the average age for women getting facelifts was typically late 50’s or 60’s.” He states, “Today, more and more women specifically are coming in for face lifts in their late 30’s and early to mid 40’s. Men are waiting a bit later since the procedure is relatively new to them.”

“You may wonder what would make a person in their 30’s or 40’s desire a facelift,” says Dr. Cole. He elaborates, “Mostly, these decisions are driven by issues that cannot be remedied effectively by injectables and fillers. For instance, if you have genetically droopy jowls or sagging cheeks, it doesn’t matter if you are 35 or 65. Instead of using fillers which may have a tendency to give a look of being ‘over-filled’, many are opting for surgery.”

Read the entire blog at LINK HERE

About Dr. Cole Harvey “Chip” Cole, III, MD, FACS
Quadruple Board Certified

Harvey “Chip” Cole, III, MD, FACS is not just a surgeon, he is a nationally and internationally recognized, quadruple Board Certified Surgeon, specializing in Oculoplastic and Cosmetic surgery of the eyes and face – both reconstructive and rejuvenative. Dr. Cole’s dedication to standards of excellence in his profession is seen through his vast experiences within the fields of rejuvenation and reconstructive surgery. Known as “The Eye Guy”, Dr. Cole is an instructor on blepharoplasty, facelift and laser resurfacing, sharing his knowledge through national and international teaching lectures. In over 30 years in business, Dr. Cole has performed over 30,000 surgeries for patients ranging from infants to the elderly. Both, his surgical expertise and artistry continue to be nationally recognized.

About Oculus

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