The most common operation performed at Facelift Perth is a facelift. To get a natural look, the board-certified plastic surgeon works with your specific face anatomy.
Advanced Technologies and Experienced Surgeons
Because of advancements in technology and processes, that artificial appearance is a thing of the past. Plastic surgeons no longer depend only on skin tightening. Instead, they tighten connective, underlying tissues in the face and neck using precisely placed sutures. Surgeons may now tighten up and raise the skin and transfer unsightly fat pockets, all through small, deliberately placed incisions.
Facelifts are, without a doubt, the most common surgery performed in Facelift Perth. Our board-certified plastic surgeon works with your particular facial architecture to eliminate wrinkles, tighten facial muscles, and debulk facial features for a revitalized face and neck area.
Can a Facelift Look Natural?
One of the most common concerns individuals have regarding facelift surgery is that the results may not appear natural. This is a reasonable apprehension. It wouldn’t take long to locate lists and photographs of “plastic surgery flops” on the internet. While there is no doubting that cosmetic surgery operations have produced some unattractive and unnatural outcomes, those “fails” are rare. They are frequently the consequence of untrained doctors who ignored the underlying reasons of face aging. Facelift results can be some of the most natural-looking of any cosmetic treatment when performed correctly by a professional physician, leaving you with a revitalized and more young facial appearance.
Specific strategies must be used to guarantee that the results you achieve match the level that you envision. When they are, you will notice a difference in the tautness and general quality of your skin, as well as the fact that you will seem relaxed and rejuvenated. Those who are close to you will notice your youthful glow but won’t tell you how you got there.
Is a Facelift Perth Right for Me?
While many patients believe that a facelift would tighten their entire face, it is vital to note that a facelift is a specialist surgery that targets the bottom two-thirds of the face, including the cheeks and jawline. Surgeons may offer a brow lift or eyelid tuck in conjunction with your facelift if you want to tighten the upper portion of your face as well. Many patients find that combining a facelift with a neck lift produces the most outstanding results. If you have wrinkles in the middle of your face, facial skin laxity, drooping cheeks, or bowling, you may be a good candidate for a facelift.
What is Recovery From a Facelift Like?
The time it takes to recover from a facelift is determined by the type of treatment performed. For the most part, it is a short procedure for patients. Patients should expect some swelling and bruising after surgery, which is typical and will subside over the next 10 to 14 days. It’s also crucial to give your body time to recuperate after the treatment. Most doctors recommend resting for two weeks before returning to normal daily activities and four weeks before engaging in vigorous exercise. For minor scar or mini-facelifts, these periods can be significantly shorter.
How Does Facelift Surgery Work?
The methodology used by a cosmetic surgeon during a facelift is determined by several aspects, including the patient’s anatomy and personal objectives, the extent of the facelift (mini vs. standard), and whether or not another surgery is being performed at the same time. Facelifts are usually performed under general anesthesia; however, local anaesthetic with sedation may be employed in some cases.
The skin is separated from the underlying connective tissue and muscles once the initial incisions are made. This enables the cosmetic surgeon to realign the deeper facial tissues, eliminate jowls, and give the skin a more substantial base. The extra skin is then removed, and the remaining skin is delicately repositioned over the newly regenerated facial tissues, giving the face a smoother, more youthful shape without overtightening.