The facelift is plastic surgery to make the face appear younger. Thanks to this process, ridges or folds on the skin on the cheeks, jaw, and other facial changes that occur with age are eliminated. During the facelift, the skin of the cheeks is pulled back, and the subcutaneous tissue is surgically. Pull the muscles up to make the facial structure look younger. The excess skin is removed after determining the final shape. A neck lift is often performed as part of a facelift to reduce fat and slack skin on the neck.
Whose operation is convenient?
Over time and for many natural causes associated with aging, facial appearance changes. Skin becomes less elastic, and fat decreases in some areas of the face and increases in other areas.
Changes that can be eliminated by a facelift include:
- Cheeks sagging,
- The increased skin at the bottom of the jaw,
- The increased skin in the nasal and oral area,
- Skin sagging and excess fat in the neck.
- The facelift is not a solution to skin surface wrinkles, sun damage, wrinkles around the nose, upper lip, or irregular skin tone.
Medical history and tests: Prepare to answer questions about your previous medical history, previous surgeries, complications of previous surgery, history of smoking, and drug or alcohol abuse.
Treatment history: List the names and doses of all medications you regularly use, including prescription drugs, or any oral supplement.
First Face examination during the picture: you will take pictures of your face from different angles and close-up images.
And send it to your medical consultant Later when you arrived in our hospital the surgeon will also examine the structure of your bones, face shape, fat distribution, and skin quality to determine the best options for a facelift.
What You Should Do Before The Operation
Wash your face and hair: You may be asked to wash your hair and face with an antibacterial soap on the morning of the procedure.
Avoid eating: You will be asked to avoid eating anything after midnight the night before the operation. You will be able to drink water and take medications that have been approved by your surgeon.