Facelift for Men

Conveniently located to serve Hopkinsville and Christian County

Over 12,000 American men have a facelift every year. Men are becoming more and more aware of the professional and personal advantages of looking their best. Features like a firm neck, strong jawline, and good facial contour help to make a very positive first impression. Self-confidence is another important factor in making a good first impression. At Advanced Cosmetic Surgery Center of Kentucky, we offer facelift surgery for men in Hopkinsville and Christian County.

A facelift is a great choice for tightening the neckline, lifting, and tightening the midface, firming up sagging skin on the face, removing or reducing jowls, and boosting your self-esteem.

To see the amazing results that Dr. Kaye has provided for our patients, please visit our facelift before-and-after gallery.


What is it?

A facelift is designed to tighten the neckline, lifting, and tightening the midface, firming up sagging skin on the face, removing or reducing jowls, and boosting overall self-esteem. The procedure involves trimming away loose excess skin, repositioning and tightening facial muscles, and lifting the remaining skin to give the face a more youthful appearance.

Is a Facelift right for me?

Do you answer “yes” to one or more of the following:
– Loose neckline
– Sagging skin on the face
– Have deep creases below the lower eyelids and/or along the nose extending to the corners of the mouth
– Have a loss of skin tone in the lower face, creating jowlsWhen you come in for your consultation, Dr. Kaye will perform a detailed examination of your face and ask about the specific issues you want to address so he can let you know if a facelift in Hopkinsville is right for you.

What will Dr. Kaye and I discuss during my consultation?

During your initial consultation with Dr. Mitchell Kaye, we will focus on your medical history and your goals. This appointment will include a discussion of your medical history, your desires, and your expectations for the procedure. Through a facelift, our plastic surgeon can help your face look its best, giving you a more youthful appearance and a natural look of health. As part of your consultation, we will take into account a number of factors like your ethnic background, skin type, basic bone structure, degree of skin elasticity, and individual healing.

How long is the procedure?

The typical surgical time for facelift surgery is 3 to 4 hours. The procedure is performed under deep sedation and tumescent anesthesia for safety and a rapid recovery.
Incisions are minimized and are carefully hidden around the ears and in the hairline. Dr. Mitchell Kaye is exceptionally skilled and experienced in facelift surgery and has developed a special personal technique that strongly lifts the deep tissues of the face yet preserves a natural, “non-operated” appearance.

How long will the recovery take?

You should plan to be home for about one week to recover after your facelift in Hopkinsville. During this time, it is best to have no work or social obligations to allow you to rest. Sutures are removed after one week, and most men resume their normal daily activities and work after 7-10 days.
Aerobic exercise can be resumed on day 14 and weightlifting on day 21 after the surgery. Other facial procedures, such as chin implants to strengthen the jawline, blepharoplasty for baggy eyelids, and fat transfers to the face to restore volume, are often completed at the same time.

How much will my facelift cost?

A personalized surgical plan is created for each facelift performed by board-certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Kaye. The price of your facelift in Hopkinsville will depend on the techniques used, the extent of the work required, and other fees that will be discussed when you come in for your consultation. Financing options for facelift surgery are also available.

Schedule a facelift consultation

For more information or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Kaye for your facelift in Hopkinsville, contact Advanced Cosmetic Surgery Center of Kentucky today.