Face Lifting Techniques

In order to achieve a more youthful appearance, a facelift or rhytidectomy is a surgical procedure that removes facial wrinkles.

Facelift surgery is individualized based on the patient’s needs, and the plastic surgeon will adapt his or her techniques accordingly.

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Patients with mild jowls and sagging skin are frequently excellent candidates for a mini-lift. The Mini Facelift is a minimally invasive technique that permits a plastic surgeon to tighten deep facial tissues through shorter incisions, which are typically placed along the hairline above each ear and/or in the natural creases surrounding the ear.

Through these incisions, the structural tissues around the cheeks are lifted and tightened to correct jowls, slim the jawline, and revitalize a “tired” look. 


The midface lift targets sagging cheeks in order to rejuvenate the midface area. This procedure lifts the tissues of the cheeks to eliminate sagging and diminish deep creases.

The midface lift can improve facial definition, create more attractive cheek contours, eliminate nasolabial folds, and even improve eyelids for patients without jowls or excessive neck sagging. lower. It can also be combined with additional facial procedures if necessary. 



Traditional facelifts, full facelifts, and standard facelifts are able to treat and correct the most advanced facial aging signs. Traditional facelifts are more comprehensive than mini-facelifts. Consequently, more recuperation time is required, and the outcomes are more impressive.

By incisions hidden in the natural folds just behind the hairline. The plastic surgeon can reposition deeper tissues beneath the skin and remove excess skin to eliminate wrinkles, eliminate sagging skin under the chin, and restore the face and neck’s youthful contour. 


This surgical procedure targets the lower two-thirds of the face. Deep in the face, between the subcutaneous fat and the muscles, is the SMAS tissue layer. By treating the skin and SMAS layers separately as opposed to as a single layer.

The SMAS facelift technique permits the surgeon to tighten the skin from multiple angles and to a greater degree than with other techniques. 


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Frequently asked questions

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In addition to aging, many external factors, such as the sun, can cause wrinkle formation. 

  Long-term sun exposure is known to damage human skin in a variety of ways, and the face is the area most exposed to the sun throughout a person’s lifetime. 

  Basic environmental factors such as wind, dryness, and cold are also harmful to human skin: we rarely cover our faces, despite the fact that facial skin is among the most delicate. Stress accelerates and exaggerates the process by which the skin loses its elasticity as a result of aging. In addition to the skin losing its suppleness and elasticity, the supporting muscles may also sag and lose their elasticity and tone. Sagging skin can make a person appear older than they actually are. 

  In summary, the following factors can cause facial wrinkling and aging: 

  A loosening of the facial skin that causes sagging. 

Deepening of the creases between the nose and mouth corner. 

The eliminated fat. 

The development of jowls occurs in the cheeks and jawline. 

Loose skin and extra fat on the neck that may manifest as a double chin. 

The surgeon will review the patients’ medical histories and provide them with some considerations. Managing patient expectations is a crucial component of the procedure as well. Patients should be aware that facelifts are reconstructive procedures. It does not alter the patient’s face’s fundamental or structural features. Facelift is only surgically possible in the conventional sense. The invasiveness of particular procedures may vary, but these non-surgical procedures may not achieve the same outcomes. 

To conceal scars, surgeons typically make incisions behind or near the hairline. The surgeon may remove some fatty tissue and lift the skin on the lower portion of the incision, typically upwards and backwards. The surgeon then excises the excess skin. If necessary, the muscle tissue is rearranged and tightened, and then the incision is closed with stitches. Additionally, a drain may be placed in the incision to assist the body in reducing swelling. 

In two days, swelling and bruising will reach their peak severity. It may take between 5 and 10 days before the sutures can be removed. The scars require approximately one year to become as unnoticeable as possible. It takes about two weeks to recover. To increase the rate of healing, the patient should adhere to the doctor’s instructions.