Skin and tissues naturally lose pliantness as you age. Sagging and wrinkles result from this. A facelift, also known as rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure that lifts and tightens the apkins of the face. A facelift can involve the removal of redundant skin, the smoothing out of folds and wrinkles, and the tightening of facial tissue. It doesn’t include a brow or eye lift, though these may be performed concurrently. A facelift only addresses the lower two-thirds of the face, as well as the neck and  décolletage. Facelifts are conducted for different reasons. One common reason is to conceal signs of skin ageing.

Post Operation Recovery:

Your doctor will most probably prescribe pain drug after the surgery. It’s common to witness pain or discomfort, as well as swelling and bruising. Your doctor will tell you when to remove any dressings or drains and when to schedule a follow- up appointment. You will notice a difference in your appearance once the swelling subsides. It generally takes several months for your skin to “feel normal.” Allow  yourself two weeks before returning to your normal position of diurnal exertion. stay about 4 weeks before engaging in further strenuous exertion, similar as exercise. Because everyone is different, ask your doctor when you can anticipate to renew your normal conditioning.


  • How long does a Facelift surgery take? Surgery is typically performed as an outpatient or overnight stay and lasts two to three hours.
  • Will my facelift leave scars? Most women can conceal their scars with their hair. Allowing your hair to grow for a longer time may be a good idea for women with short hair till the time the scars are fresh. You can also meet with our aesthetician to discuss special makeup that can hide scars.