Cosmetic facial lift is a type of cosmetic surgery that aims at eliminating the unwanted visual signs of ageing especially wrinkles and sagging skin on the face and neck.
For the process to be effective, the underlying muscles are tightened and the excess skin is removed.
Facelift aims at giving you back your youthful looks and therefore you might undertake the process when the wrinkles and sagging skin are evident or even immediately some signs start to show so as to ensure you skin still glows.
If you find yourself wanting to cover up your neck either by wearing turtleneck tops or even scarfs the main aim of this being the fact that you are hiding your sagging skin, then a facelift might just be perfect for you.
If the appearance if wrinkles and a sagging skin is a bother to you and you find yourself feeling much younger than your face reflects, then you need a facial lift to make your face and neck appear much younger and better.
Recently there are various procedures of skin-lifting that are in use. You might not prefer surgery for various reasons but still need a facelift, you are completely sorted since it is possible to be injected with the appropriate medicines to help you get back your youthful appearance.
Mini-lift procedure involves making small incisions under the under the cover of the hairline so as to tighten the skin and remove any excessive fat deposits.
Mini-lift is commonly performed on a skin that is just starting to reveal the signs of ageing implying that the individual is not ready for a full lift.
Neck lift is another technique that usually aims at reducing the excess fat under your chin area, tightening the lose skin on the neck and reducing jowls.
For the neck lift, incisions are commonly done around the ear lobe and behind the ear.
Limited incision facelift generally involves incisions around the hairline area, lower eyelids and the upper lip.
The other tech used in facelift is traditional facelift which also begins with incisions at the hairline region to the back of the ear.
Just like in other surgery cases, the first step is usually anaesthesia so as to ensure you are comfortable during the procedure as this will work in a way that you won’t be subjected to pain during the procedure.
Making of incisions is usually the next step and the incisions could vary based on the targeted facial area.
The next step is usually the closing of incisions which can be done using special glue or use of satures which can dissolve or be removed after some time and after complete recovery, the incisions are concealed.