Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon Professor Yazar is available in his private practice based in Nisantasi, Istanbul for appointments to provide detailed and tailored information on the procedure.
What is Facelift?
The surgical interventions to eliminate the visible aging symptoms that emerged over the face and neck regions are called facelifting. Facelifting, which is also known as rhytidectomy, is performed to fix the saggy and irregular skin on the patient’s forehead, face and neck regions while removing the excessive volume of fatty tissues at the cheek and neck areas. The fascia (connected to all the systems in the human body, a vital structure as vital as blood) and the fatty tissues of the face are suspended by contracting up to the anatomically convenient sections and also facial tissues are supported. In that process, eyelids of the patient are also refined. Upon requirement, in association with facial lifting procedure, peeling, filling, or Botox treatments are performed as complementary interventions.
What are the Facial Lifting Procedures?
- Endoscopic Facial Lifting
- Middle Facial Lifting
- Classical Facial Lifting
Facial Lifting is performed under local or general anaesthesia. Your surgeon shall determine the best option. The surgeon may apply miscellaneous procedures during the operation according to the patients’ status. Those are;
- Contour enhancement by facial implants or fat transfer
- Facial skin tone and tissue enhancement via renewal techniques
- Eliminating wrinkles by fat and filling materials injection
In addition, depending on the expected result, three different methods can be performed during the surgery;
- Conventional facial lifting
- Restrained incision facial lifting
- Neck lifting
Conventional facelifting is the removal of excessive fat from the patient’s face, chin, and neck, followed by the allocation of these fats to the needy regions of the patients’ face. In that process, the tissue placed under is relocated on the face and the excessive skin is dissected. In facial lifting procedure, small incisions around the ear are used and outcomes of the procedure are considered successful. Neck lifting refers to the improvement of the saggy area under the chin. Neck looseness and accumulated fat are removed. After the entire procedure is completed, the incisions are sutured either by absorbable suture materials or with the stitches that require removal. Sometimes dermal pastes are also applied for the closure of the incisions.
Procedure Summary Table
|Procedure||Type of Procedure||Duration of the Procedure||Type of anaesthesia||Duration of Hospitalisation||Back to Work||Healing|
|Facelift||Aesthetic surgery||3-4 hours||General||2 days||15 days||Depends on the patient|
Facelift Frequently Asked Questions
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Individuals who have aging-related problems on the face and neck dermal area may be confirmed as the suitable candidates for facial lifting. Those patients’ health conditions and facial elasticity rate are crucial factors for treatment. Usually, all the healthy middle-aged (30-50 years of age) people and people over the age of 50 years are suitable for this aesthetics procedure.
Aging symptoms can be listed as follows;
- Facial prolapses caused due to dermal loosening
- Twisting lines deepening between the terminal margins of nose and mouth
- Thinning of the facial skin due to the fat relieve located under
- Contractions emerged over the cheek and chin
- Excessive lipoidosis (fat collection) over the necks’ visible margin
- Aging symptoms are accelerated by some facts such as gravity, sun, smoke, stress and genetic factors.