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  • The Procedure

    • Step 1 – Anesthesia Medications are administered for your comfort during a facelift procedure. The choices include local anaesthesia combined with intravenous sedation and general anesthesia. Your doctor will recommend the best choice for you.

    A variety of other procedures can further enhance the outcome of a facelift. They include:

    • Facial implants
    • Soft tissue augmentation to recontour the facial structure
    • Resurfacing techniques to improve the tone and texture of facial skin
    • Wrinkle reduction by injection
      • Step 2 – The incision Depending on the degree of change you’d like to see, your rhytidectomy surgery choices include a traditional facelift, limited incision facelift or a neck lift.

        A traditional facelift incision often begins in the hairline at the temples, continues around the ear and ends in the lower scalp. Fat may be sculpted or redistributed from the face, jowls and neck. Underlying tissue is repositioned, commonly the deeper layers of the face and the muscles are also lifted. Skin is redraped over the uplifted contours and excess skin is trimmed away. A second incision under the chin may be necessary to further improve an aging neck. Sutures or skin adhesives close the incisions.

      • Step 3 – Closing the incisions Once healed, the incision lines from a facelift are well concealed within the hairline and in the natural contours of the face and ear.
      • Step 4 – See the results The visible improvements of a facelift manifect once swelling and bruising subside. Your final result should not only restore a more youthful and rested appearance, but also help you feel more confident about yourself.
  • The Recovery

    When your procedure is completed, a bandage could gently be placed around your face to minimize post facelift swelling and bruising. A thin tube may be present to drain any excess blood or fluid that may collect under the skin.

    You will be given specific instructions that may include: How to care for the surgical site, medications to apply or take orally to aid healing and reduce the potential for infection, specific concerns to look for at the surgical site or in overall health, and when to follow up with your plastic surgeon.