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Who doesn’t want to look young forever? Well, due to advancements in the Medical world, everything is now possible with the guidance of expert cosmetic surgeons.
Rhytidectomy, in simple language, is called Facelift surgery, which is a cosmetic surgical operation that can help you look younger. Sagging or loose skin on the cheekbones and jawline, as well as other changes in the contour of your face that occur with age, can be reduced with this surgery. Excess skin is removed, wrinkles are smoothed out, and facial tissue is tightened during a facelift. A brow or eye lift is not included.
A neck lift surgery called Platysmaplasty is done as a part of facelift surgery to hide the sagging and loose skin on the neck. Facelift never reduces the blemishes or wrinkles in your skin. There are other cosmetic surgeries available for them.
Because of normal age-related changes, the visual appearance, shape, and physique of your face change as you get older. Fat deposits decrease in certain regions of your face but rise in others as your skin tends to become less elastic and floppy. The following are age-related changes in your face that can get decreased with a facelift:
There are several types of facelift surgeries depending on which area to target like the neck, cheeks, nose, and face. Surgeries include:
Before the surgery, your cosmetic surgeon will ask for some blood tests and presurgical evaluation.
The doctor might also ask the patient to stop the ongoing medications or to reduce the dose prior to the surgery.
The doctor might ask the patient to:
In general, facelift surgery can be expected to last 10 years
The facelift surgery lifts and tightens the facial tissues to give the perfect, defined face contour.
You can do facelift surgery at the age of 40s, 50s and 60s as well when the aging signs are typically visible.
There is actually a little pain, but you can sense a deep bruised sensation and your face may experience a bit of heaviness.
Facelift surgery is very safe, but there are things that need to be taken care of under the guidance of an expert cosmetic surgeon.
There is no limit to a facelift. But, too many surgeries will make your face look worked on, and pulled which is not desirable at all.
After the facelift procedure, swelling may occur near the nose, chin, and mouth or near the jawline area which can last for 3-4 weeks.
Some patients experience pain and numbness near the ear which can persist for 1-3 months.
Health insurance does not cover cosmetic surgeries as these surgeries are not considered vital to sustaining life.
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