Loose & Sagging Skin

As we age, our face undergoes very predictable changes including volume loss, changes to the skin surface and loss of skin laxity amongst others. These changes create the flattening of cheeks, the development of crepey skin, a blunted jawline and the development of jowls alongside redundant neck skin and smile lines. All of which increase the appearance of loose skin on the face or sagging skin under the eyes.

We all age differently, and this is why it is so important that our expert surgeons, doctors, nurses and aestheticians tailor a unique solution to reduce the appearance of loose skin on the face. Our rejuvenation plans will often encompass a number of different treatments to ensure that a natural look is maintained, whilst saggy skin under the eyes or loose skin on the face is reduced.

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Coppergate Clinic offers a range of treatments to reduce the appearance of loose skin on the face or saggy skin under the eyes. These treatments include:

Upper Blepharoplasty
Lower Blepharoplasty
Full Face & Neck Lift
Vr Face Lift
Z Plasty Neck Lift
Exilis Elite

So whether you want to improve the appearance of loose skin on your face or saggy skin under your eyes, our friendly team will be pleased to talk you through the range of surgical and non-surgical skin tightening treatments available to you. During our bespoke consultations, we work with you to find the skin tightening treatment that is best suited to your needs and skin type.

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