A Facelift is a surgical procedure that is performed by both women and men who have advanced in age and have facial wrinkles and curves.
During the operation, the folds are tightened on all sides of the face, and the tissues under the skin are modified to reconstruct the shape of the face and give it more elegance.
The main goal of the operation is to give the face a more youthful appearance and to greatly reduce the wrinkles on the face.
The facelift is divided into two types, total and partial. In a total lift, the forehead, cheeks, chin area, and the sides of the eyes are tightened. As for the partial, only the forehead and cheeks are tightened. Of course, different types of tightening the muscles under the skin.
Many people confuse face-lift operations with neck-lift operations or eyelid lift operations, as these operations are different, however, it is of course possible to perform them simultaneously with a face-lift.
The operation is performed under general anesthesia, and full examinations are performed before the operation. The patient needs to stay for 2-3 days in the hospital to be monitored by the doctor.