Lower Face Lifts for Age-Related Droopiness and Nutritional Deficiencies

A lower face lift can freshen your look and take years off of your appearance. Your physician can recommend the most appropriate type of facial rejuvenation for you based on your personal situation. After consulting with your doctor, you will know if you should undergo a surgical face lift or a minimally invasive procedure. Here are some reasons why your lower face may need a lift.

Advancing Age

As you age, collagen production slows. This makes the skin in your cheeks and jaws sag and gives you a droopy-jowl appearance. To improve collagen function, consume a diet rich in lean proteins such as chicken, fish, lean cuts of beef, low-fat dairy products, beans, and eggs.

To further enhance collagen formation, eat foods rich in vitamin C such as green and red peppers, citrus fruits, green leafy vegetables, broccoli, and tomatoes. Facial exercises and staying hydrated by drinking plenty of water can also minimize the appearance of droopy facial skin, however, your physician may recommend a lower face lift for more permanent and dramatic results.

Nutritional Deficiencies

Other reasons for sagging facial skin include nutritional deficiencies. If you are deficient in vitamin D, protein, and vitamin C, your lower face may look saggy. To determine if you have a nutritional deficiency, your doctor will ask you about your dietary habits. He or she may also recommend blood tests to check your nutrient and protein levels. Dietary interventions and taking nutritional supplements can correct a deficiency and improve the appearance of your skin.

To learn more about lower face lifts, call a MINT PDO Thread office, or visit the website at www.mintpdo.com.

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