Facelift Surgery: For whom is a facelift suitable
A facelift is suitable for everyone whose skin structure has clearly lost elasticity and firmness.
WHICH SIGNS OF AGING CAN BE REDUCE SPECIFICALLY WITH A FACELIFT?
Time leaves traces – on every face. While some of these are visible signs of an active and fulfilling life that we’re proud to wear, others can make us look tired and drained when we’re not. A facelift can reduce unwanted side effects of aging that go beyond the removal of individual wrinkles. This includes the general tightening of the facial skin as well as the lifting of lowered eyebrows, cheeks and a sagging facial contour. A correction of “hamster cheeks” or “double chin” and the tightening of neck wrinkles are also part of facelift surgery. A professionally performed facelift (incidentally referred to as a “rhytidectomy” in technical terms) can restore previous facial proportions. A prerequisite for a successful facelift is the inclusion of the supporting structure of the skin, the so-called SMAS (“Superficial Muscular Aponeurotic System”).
With a wrinkle treatment with Botox, however, the facelift not only has the intention of optical rejuvenation in common, the images that many see in front of the inner eye when mentioning the two terms are often similar. Images of faces with stretched, wrinkle-free skin, mask-like and rigid, without any facial expressions. “Facelift” and “naturalness”? For many it is more of an antonym than a synonym. Today, professionally performed facial surgery procedures for face lifting have little in common with these distorted images. On the contrary: A successfully performed facelift preserves the characteristic facial features. Laughing and making faces shouldn’t cause any problems even after a facelift.
FOR WHOM IS A FACELIFT SUITABLE AND WHEN DOES IT USE?
A facelift is suitable for everyone whose skin structure has clearly lost elasticity and firmness. As a rule, there are initially minimally invasive options for wrinkle treatment, but these can no longer achieve the desired result once the skin structure has sagged to a certain extent. In such cases, I recommend my patients a surgical face lift. It can tighten sunken eyebrows and sagging cheeks and neck areas, resulting in a significantly rejuvenated complexion. It is important that the patient is aware that no facelift completely eliminates all wrinkles. The goal is a younger, fresher complexion while preserving the natural, characteristic facial features. Facelifts make sense if you feel like it, if you are not satisfied with your appearance. For example, when your cheeks sag, your nasolabial folds deepen and you struggle with the aging appearance of your face. It can be as early as in your mid-forties that you say to yourself: resist the beginnings. I don’t want to look like my mother when she was sixty, I want to do something before that. But it can also be at sixty that you say: Everything has gone well so far and now it’s starting. Overall, however, facelifts always make sense when conservative measures are no longer effective.
Facelift: procedure and aftercare
Before the operation, there is a detailed consultation. In this meeting, the patient’s expectations and treatment options are discussed, the patient’s history (e.g. whether facial surgery has already been performed) and the risks of the procedure are explained (in writing). Preliminary examinations (e.g. blood count, if necessary ECG, lung function test) are often necessary.
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