Facelift or Rhytidectomyis a surgical procedure of the face undertaken by elderly or aging people to gain a younger looking appearance. A facelift procedure can include both surgery and exercises, where the surgery is carried out to remove the loose or extra skin while exercise tones up the underlying muscles.
Why is it done?
Facelifts are generally carried out because of aesthetical reasons. People above the age of 40 years tend to go for this procedure. The effects of aging get clearly conveyed through one’s skin which loosens up with increase in age. A facelift repositions the loosened up skin and muscles to give a person a more freshened up or younger look.
What does it involve?
The surgical procedure of facelift involves an incision made at the temple of the hairline which extends to the back of the ear. The extra skin and underlying muscles and fat get easily accessed through the incision. After the required removal or tightening of tissues the incision is closed by sutures.
However there are many other procedures in face-lifting which can be undertaken depending upon the need, for instance Thread lift, mini lift, mid-face lift, skin-only lifts, SMAS lift, and so on. The procedure is selected by the surgeon after studying the age, medical history, and recovery conditions of the patient.
The risks involved with face lift are those that are common with all other surgeries like infection, bleeding and scarring. Some other specific complications could be – Hair loss where the incision was made, nerve injury, necrosis of the skin. Alopecia could also be one the issues that might crop up after a facelift surgery.
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