- The skin loses its brightness and color, fades and spots
- Wrinkle lines due to daily mimic movements
- Facial fat and bone tissue volume dissolves over time
Wrapping of tissues due to gravityFace lift is the most effective and permanent method of surgery, especially from sagging faces.
It is an operation performed under general anesthesia for an average of 3-4 hours. Patients stay in the hospital for 1-2 days. Drains placed behind the ear are removed within 2-3 days. The stitches are removed between days 5 and 7.
Swelling and bruising on the face of patients may last for 10-14 days. They can take a bath after the 3rd day. Patients can start work in 3-4 weeks, and after 4 to 6 weeks, they can also practice oral exercise.
Who is Facelift suitable for?
If there is deepening from the nose to the corner of the mouth, there may be sagging on the edge of the jaw line and you may be a candidate for face lift surgery whose distinction of the jaw line is impaired.
What are the types of face lift surgery?
Mid-face lift: This method is especially suitable for patients with sagging prominent in the cheek area. It is an operation performed with an incision made in the lower eyelid or endoxcopically from the temple area.
Mini face lift: Patients with significant sagging in the cheek and mouth corner are the ideal candidates. It does not have much effect on the jaw line and neck area. It is an operation performed with an incision made just in front of the ear.
Whole face lift: 50 years of age and older in patients with significant sagging of the cheek and chin region. The incision starts from the temple area of the scalp, continues in front of the ear and reaches back and ends in the scalp.
When does the patient see the results?
With the reduction of edema starts from 3-4 weeks and becomes clear within 3-4 weeks. However, after the 3rd week after surgery, filling, chemical peeling or prp operations can be performed.
How young do I get with this surgery?
Although the exact answer depends on the patient, we can say that it is 5 to 10 years.
What are the risks?
In addition to the risks associated with general anesthesia, there may be complications such as bleeding, blood collection under the skin, skin necrosis, edema, stains on other parts of the face, asymmetry, suture marks, and damage to the facial nerves. they can be reduced by proper preparation and a safe surgical technique.