Facelift surgery is a type of plastic surgery that helps remove wrinkles by removing additional fat and making face tighter, thus reducing the signs of ageing. It can make people much younger in appearance, and can tighten the jaw line and neck area, restoring elasticity to the facial skin. Facelift can give you a much better appearance. Find out how it works.
Facelift or Facial Exercises – Which is better?
It is often wondered whether facial exercises which can tighten and tone facial skin is better than Facelift operations. Studies show that repetitive facial motions can actually worsen skin ageing signs, such as looseness of skin, wrinkles and lines. In case you are concerned that your face will look bad cosmetically, facelift operations, injectable wrinkle treatments and other alternative minimally invasive methods can be the ideal options for you.
When to Go for a Facelift?
A facelift surgery can be the best option if:
- You find hesitant to step out due to sagging of skin, creases or deep lines
- You are not able to benefit from minimally invasive treatments
- Your jaw and neck line looks cosmetically bad
People of any age, if he or she is generally in sound health, can be an ideal candidate for this process. Facelift can help correct sagging of neck muscles and skin, and remove additional fat from under the chin area, when performed well by a specialist.
How long is the Outcome of Facelift Surgeries?
No cosmetic surgeon can ensure how long the results would exactly last for. In most cases, facelift’s results can generally last for several years before there is need for a retouching. You can prolong the outcome with the following steps:
- Wearing sunscreen
- Staying out of direct sunlight
- Following a healthy diet
- Contacting a skincare provider about the best skincare products
Laser rejuvenation and other minimally invasive treatments for skin care may also be incorporated into standard beauty regimen to improve skin health in the best possible way.
Facelift Surgery Recovery Time
Generally, patients can recover in around 10 days. Stitches can be removed generally after the initial week. After about 2 weeks, you can go back to everyday activities and regular work. You can accelerate the recovery process with lots of rest, nourishing foods, healthy eating and adherence to recovery guidelines of your surgeon.
How to Choose a Facelift Plastic Surgeon?
Look for a surgeon who is:
- Comes with extensive experience in eyelid and facelift surgeries
Interview a few surgeons in in-office consultations to be able to make the best choice.