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Face Lift

If you want to renew and rejuvenate your face and even stop time, facelift surgery may be suitable for you. In facelift surgery, not only the face area, but also the sagging skin of the face and neck, and even the lubrication under the chin, if any, can be eliminated, and it can be performed within the regeneration and revitalization planning of the whole face.

Facelift is the name given to the processes that provide the upward recovery of the skin. Facelift can be done with medical applications or surgical methods. While skin care and medical procedures for facelift are recommended for people in their early 30s, surgical methods will create a more effective face lifting effect with the decrease of collagen in the skin from the age of 60.


Sagging on the face

• Wrinkles around the mouth,

• Reduction in facial adipose tissue volume

• Non-aesthetic neck formation

• Sagging of the skin of the chin and jowl

• Those who have self-confidence problems due to this loss of form in the entire face area


basically removing the excess skin on the cheek by making a cut at the border where the ear meets the cheek. This cut usually continues into the scalp behind the sideburns and into the scalp behind the ear.


Temporary loss of force when chewing is a normal side effect of the procedure

Other less common complications can include bruising, headaches, sagging, and sunken cheeks.

Asymmetric results can occur in some cases, but these usually ease over time.


This surgery only tightens your saggy skin. It has almost no effect on the mid-face area. If you have downward sagging on your cheeks, performing this surgery together with endoscopic midface surgery gives very good results.abore et dolore magna aliquyam erat, sed diam voluptua. At vero eos et accusam et justo duo dolores et ea rebum. Stet clita kasd gubergren, no sea takimata sanctus est Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consetetur sadipscing elitr.

How can you help yourself?

After your surgery, follow the recommendations of your surgeon and medical assistant who will monitor the course and progress of your recovery in the coming months. You will be provided by painkillers and antibiotic creams that will help your recovery.

During the first 3 weeks, self-care at home can help with recovery and reduce the risk of complications.

Do not touch the scabs that form on the wound. Wear clothes that don’t pull over your head.

Avoid the following:

  • using makeup
  • excessive pressure or movement on and around the incisions
  • strenuous and vigorous activities, including sex and the gym for at least 2 weeks
  • direct exposure of the cuttings to the sun for 3 weeks
  • any hair treatments for at least 6 weeks
  • alcohol
  • steam baths and saunas

The new look of your face – What can you expect after a facelift?

The effects of a facelift are permanent, and as the years pass you will look fresher and younger. Of course, by undergoing a facelift, you will not stop the clock, you may want to repeat the operation after some 5 or 10 years. One is sure, you will look younger and be satisfied with yourself, and you will no longer wonder why you have a saggy chin and you will have more self-confidence.


What is a Facelift?

  Facelift, or rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure to improve visible signs of aging on the face and neck.  As individuals age, the skin and muscles of the face region begin to lose tone. The facelift cannot stop the process of aging. It can improve the most visible signs of aging by tightening deeper structures, redraping the skin of face and neck, and removing selected areas of fat. A facelift can be performed alone, or in conjunction with other procedures, such as a brow lift, liposuction, eyelid surgery, or nasal surgery.

How are Facelifts performed?

  For a traditional facelift, an incision is made behind and slightly in front of ears and the skin of the face is lifted from the underlying tissues and muscle. The facial skin is then tightened and the excess removed before the incisions are closed. A bandage will be applied to the face at the completion of surgery.

How long will my Facelift last?

  A facelift usually last 7 to 10 years. Some patients decide to have the procedure repeated down the road, while others do not feel that they need another procedure.

What are the risks and complications involved with having a Facelift?

  As with any surgery, there are risks involved. Smokers are required to refrain from smoking, before and after the procedure, for a minimum two months, to reduce the likelihood of complications. Some possible risks are hair loss, nerve damage and delayed wound healing.