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Facelift Surgery

Facelift SurgeryWhat is Facelift Surgery?

As the aging population all over the world is growing, there is also an increase in popularity of facelift surgery. Facelift surgery also known as rhytidectomy is essentially used to give a more youthful appearance to the face. In this type of surgery reshapes the lower part of the face by removing the excess skin on the face. In some facelift procedures, the underlying tissues of the face are also tightened. In order to achieve the best results facelift is also combined with procedures involving the cheeks, forehead, brows and eyes. According to statistics facelifts are popular among both men as well as women.

Why Facelift Surgery is done?

The facial tissues and skin can sag due to many factors including gravity, heredity, stress and environmental conditions. Facelift surgery is performed on people advanced in age and in the case of the following situations:

 

  • Deep creases below the lower eyelids
  • Sagging in the middle of the face
  • Fallen or disappeared fat
  • Deep creases on the sides of the nose going to the corner of the mouth
  • Loss of skin tone in lower part of the face creating jowls
  • Excess fatty deposits and loose skin under the chin and jaw can make a person with normal weight also appear with a double skin.

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Types of Facelift Surgeries

There are many different types of facelift surgery. The difference in these procedures is the difference in the type of incision used, how invasive the procedure is and the area of the face which is being treated. The choice of the type of surgery depends on individual needs and your surgeon will discuss this with you before the procedure. You need to identify the specific areas that you wish to improve how long can you spend while recuperating from the surgery and what your expectations while making this decision.

1. Deep plane facelift

This surgery provides long lasting benefits as it treats the underlying tissue layers and muscles which will improve the lines from the mouth to nose, it will also give you a more defined chin and jaw. This procedure is the most invasive but it can provide very dramatic results in which the effects lasting for 10-15 years. In this procedure, the tissue in the middle of the face and cheekbones is repositioned and lifted.

2. Midface lift

When a person starts aging and reaches the mid-30s the soft tissue from around the cheekbones start to become lax and sag little creating nasolabial folds. This causes the face of a woman to get a flat appearance and makes her look manlike. To correct this, the procedure often requires many small incisions inside the mouth and along the hairline in order to lift the fatty tissue layers in the affected area. The scars in this procedure are practically nonexistent.

3. Mini face lift

This is the least invasive of all the facelift surgeries, but this is a comparatively temporary solution to aging face skin with less recovery time. The incisions are usually made around the ears from the hairline with the scars hidden in the natural crease in the skin. It is often possible to perform this surgery with the help of an endoscope.

4. Thread lift

This procedure is popular with people in their late 30s to early 40s and is used as a less invasive option to surgery. This procedure is suitable for people who require minimal improvement to improve the sagging or laxity in the forehead, eye area, and nasolabial folds. This surgery can be performed under local anesthesia and with the use of a barb suture technique.

Am I a Good Candidate for Facelift Surgery?

You will be considered a good candidate for facelift surgery if you are healthy, have reasonable expectations and are aware of the risks involved in the procedure. If there are any serious health problems like high blood pressure, diabetes, a bleeding disorder, depression or heart diseases, then you cannot opt for facelift surgery.

How is Facelift Surgery Performed?

In a traditional facelift surgery procedure, an incision is made before the ear and extended up to the hairline. This incision will stretch down in front of the ear, goes under the ear and then up behind the ear. This incision ends in the hairline behind the ear. The excess skin is removed and the deeper facial tissues can be tightened. The incision is then closed with the help of staples and sutures. Nowadays other techniques like lasers, endoscopy, and liposuction are also used to perform facelifts.

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Complications of Facelift Surgery

As with all surgical procedures, there are some risks involved in facelift surgery. The complications of this procedure include:

  • Nerve injuries
  • Hematoma
  • Infection
  • Hypertrophic scarring
  • Skin flap necrosis
  • Parotid gland pseudocyst
  • Alopecia and hairline or earlobe deformities

Facelift Prices in India

The prices of facelift surgery in India are very reasonable and this is the reason that many people from foreign countries come to India for this procedure.

How IndianMedTrip help you to get Affordable Facelift Surgery in India?

IndianMedTrip is a medical tourism company which acts as a facilitator for people who wish to come to India for facelift surgery. We are able to help these people find the best cosmetic surgery facilities in the country at the most affordable price.

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