What Is Involved In Having A Good Face Lift?


First of all it may be worth considering the differences between bad face lifts and  Good Face Lifts. You would hope that having a bad face lift would not be an option but sadly there are people and companies that choose to perform surgical procedures that they are not fully trained and qualified to be carrying out. This then results is a botched job and can cause lasting damages to innocent people looking for a cheaper alternative. The first thing to understand is that if you want to have your face lift surgery or procedure carried out by a well experienced and highly trained surgeon then you should be willing to look away from cheap alternatives. It may be more costly but it is more than worth it when you are putting your surgery in the hands of a true professional.

When you visit a highly skilled face lift surgeon, they will be able to talk you through what is involved in the procedure and before you even step in to that room for surgery your surgeon will have talked you through exactly what is going to happen. You will have been shown diagrams and pictures of how your appearance will change and exactly what parts of your face will be being nipped and tucked. The extent of a face lift surgery will be dependent on the type of skin, wrinkles and sagging that is prevalent on each individual. There is an option for a mini face lift which is exactly what it says it is, this is usually preferred by those that are in need of a smaller version of a face lift and only certain areas are concentrated on. To make the decision to have a full face lift will be an option for those that do not fit in to the criteria for a mini face lift. As you can imagine a full face lift would require more surgery and more recovery time but the results received from bot a mini face lift or a full face lift will not disappoint.

As we get older, skin and tissues naturally lose their elasticity which leads to sagging and wrinkles. A face lift procedure will lift and tighten these facial tissues. It can involve removing excess skin, smoothing out folds or wrinkles, and tightening facial tissue. The surgical procedure usually involves making an incision in the hairline near the temples. The incision goes in front of the ear, down in front of and hugging the earlobe, then back to the lower scalp behind the ears. Fat and excess skin may be removed or redistributed from the face. The underlying muscle and connective tissue are redistributed and tightened. The incisions often have dissolvable sutures or skin glue. In some cases, you might need to return to the surgeon to have stitches removed. The incisions are made in such a way that they blend with your hairline and facial structure so you will hardly notice your surgical wounds.

Abel Eino
the authorAbel Eino