FACELIFT SURGERY (RITIDECTOMY)
Facelift surgery is a method in which sagging and wrinkles on the face are removed by hanging or stretching method.
What are the signs of aging on the face?
- Wrinkles around the eyes.
- Droopy and drooping eyelids.
- Bagging under the eyes.
- Low eyebrows.
- Spots on the skin.
- Clarification in forehead lines.
- Sagging under the chin.
Who is suitable for facelift surgery?
Anyone who has problems with sagging and wrinkles on their face and neck is a suitable candidate. This surgery is generally applied to people over the age of 40. Along with facelift surgery, eyelid, nose, and eyebrow lift surgeries can also be performed.
After facelift surgery
Swelling and bruising can usually be seen after this surgery. This is a natural situation. The bandage is applied after the operation. The dressings are opened after 3-4 days. The patient can stand up 2 days after the operation and can do his daily work.
Questions about facelift surgery
Facelift surgery is performed in a hospital environment. It is performed under general or local anesthesia. Although the duration of the operation varies from patient to patient, it usually takes 3 to 10 hours. There is a scar in facelift surgeries. However, this trace is not noticed because it is well hidden. For example; it is hidden in the scalp in the temple area or behind the ear.