Tightening Face & Neck surgery

Facelift or rhytidectomy is an operation done to overcome the problem of loss of elasticity of the skin on the face and neck as a result of the aging process; to tighten the skin and the underlying tissue; including reducing excess fat.

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Basic considerations Facelift

Facelift is a surgery to restore smoothness and perfect the shape of your face and neck. This will help your confidence for the better, and perhaps you will feel younger.

Am I a good candidate for a facelift ?

Some of the terms that show you are a good candidate to do Facelift :

{The presence of deep lines or creases that run from the corner of the nose to the corner of the lips

{The loss of the ‘youth’

{Wrinkles in the cheeks and cheekbones peak area

{Decreased elasticity of the skin characterized by skin wrinkles; or the result of a process of involution (shrinkage of tissue or organ) on the face or neck.

Facelift can usually solve this problem. However elasticity eyebrows, the layers of the upper and lower eyelids, or wrinkles around the mouth will arise as a result of deterioration of skin elasticity.

Plastic surgeon can give you more information if you are interested by other procedures that can be done in the area.

How do I do a Facelift ?

Therefore a variety of individual factors, not everyone will get the same results of a facelift . Your plastic surgeon will select the surgical technique that they think will provide the best results for you.

Where the incision will be made Facelift?

Although many variations on the procedure Facelift , generally incision mostly hidden behind your ear. Incision line starts from the temple passed around the ear canal and back to limit the hairline behind the ear. The incision is not visible as it is covered by the hair and probably by powder you use.

How plastic surgeon can restore confidence and freshness of your face?

The incision facelift is done with care, your plastic surgeon frees the skin and separates it from the underlying tissues carefully. Once the skin is pulled up, excess skin will be removed.

Understanding the risks

Fortunately, complications are rare meaning of Facelift . Every year thousands of people succeed in operating facelift , according to experience no problems are important and they are pleased with the results. However, each patient will undergo a facelift should know the benefits and risks.

I understand that every surgical procedure has risks, but how do I learn to be able to make the right decision?

A good discussion as the basis of your consultation and your surgeon, or with a staff member in the office of your doctor to discuss the risks and possible complications of surgery.

Some of the complications that may arise include hematoma (a collection of blood under the skin that sometimes need to be issued), infection and reactions to anesthesia.

You are very helpful in reducing the risks by following the advice and instructions of your plastic surgeon; both before and after surgery.

Operating results Facelift

Results of surgery facelift can be so dramatic or subtle, depending on how you compare with the condition before the operation.

How long is the end result?

The healing process occurs slowly, you have to wait weeks or months to enjoy the end result.

The time required for this process depends on several variables, including the nature of the body, and lifestyle factors. The process will run continuously, the patient will feel pleased with his form for a period of several years.

You will return to your surgeon for follow-up, undergo a developmental evaluation after some time. Immediately after the surgery and follow-up complete, surgeons suggested to patients to go back to the control routine, make observations, and discuss the results of surgery in the long term.

Keep in mind that the relationship with your plastic surgeon does not end when you leave the operating room.

If you have questions or daydream about your operations, or require additional information for the future, you can contact your surgeon.

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