Facelift

Bring back the youth

ABOUT THE FACELIFT

The professional name of this surgical method is rhytidectomy. As the years go by the skin of our face becomes more relaxed and the amount of elastin and collagen within it decreases.

This is accompanied by loss of skin tonus, lowering of fatty cheek pads, creation of deep nasolabial wrinkles, and changes to the soft parts of the lower jaw.

When should you think about getting a facelift?

There are clear signs that point to the need for surgical interventions for the purpose of restoring the freshness of the face.

  • Lax facial and neck skin
  • Excess skin on the chin
  • Nasolabial wrinkles
  • Change in the look of the lower jaw
  • Lowered eyelids
  • Bags under your eyes

FACELIFT TYPES

Large individual differences are the reason why there is no single age limit that would be recommended to carry out this procedure. We are talking about a period starting at over 45 years of age.

There are several types of face lifting treatments:

Complete lifting can be done where we lift the skin of the forehead area (forehead lifting) the temple region of the face (temporal lifting), the eyebrows with or without correction of the eyelids, and tighten the skin of the neck to achieve full rejuvenation. It should be stated that the procedure of removing wrinkles from the forehead can be performed independently, just like the correction of the eyelids – blepharoplasty!

If a smaller, partial lifting of the face is required, we are talking about the so-called. mini lifting.

Depending on the use of the surgical technique, the volume of tissue involved is different. An experienced operator is familiar with the advantages and disadvantages of every surgical technique. After a detailed clinical examination, the optimal type of procedure is determined. Laboratory processing is required prior to the procedure. The operation is performed in local or local potentiated anesthesia. Throughout the length of the operation, all of the vital functions of the body are carefully monitored. It is important to say that there is no pain during the procedure, and such sedation allows the patient to relax during the surgery.

For a few hours after the procedure, you will be kept under the supervision of a professional staff at the Polyclinic. The bandages of the wound should be replaced after a few days and the seams are to be removed after 12-14 days.

LONGEVITY OF THE METHOD

Your surgeon’s experience and dedication are crucial to the longevity of surgical results.

A delicate surgical technique, with as little tissue damage, shortens the time of the surgery and the trauma of soft tissues. The final result, therefore, lasts longer.

From 5 to 10 years after the operation, the correction effects remain quite satisfactory.

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