The goal of facelift surgery, also known as rhytidectomy, is to rejuvenate and give your face a more youthful appearance. Platysmaplasty, another name for necklift surgery, tightens the skin around the neck.
These two treatments are frequently carried out simultaneously. These operations generate a more youthful appearance by removing extra skin and rearranging the underlying fat and muscles to reverse the indications of facial ageing. To address facial volume loss brought on by ageing, this treatment can be paired with fat transfer utilising your own fat from another area.
Surgery for a facelift and necklift is performed to alleviate wrinkles, sagging skin, and double chins on the face and neck, respectively.
So how do these procedures work?
By eliminating excessively sagging skin, repairing lines and wrinkles, and regaining lost facial volume, the majority of patients seeking facelift surgery hope to delay the onset of age-related changes. To tighten sagging neck skin, necklift surgery is frequently done with facelift surgery. Liposuction and necklift surgery can be used to alleviate the appearance of a “double chin.” Additionally, people who have too much skin after losing weight can undergo these operations.
Surgery for a facelift or necklift uses a variety of procedures that can be tailored to your particular concerns:
Full Face lift – The most thorough facial rejuvenation operation is a full facelift, which treats sagging in the lower face and the neck.
A Mini facelift – often known as a “short scar” facelift, targets the lower third of the face with a smaller incision. It is advised for people who are younger and have less sagging skin.
During an Autologous fat transfer treatment – fat is taken from one part of the body and used to correct volume loss in the face. This procedure is becoming more and more popular for adding volume, correcting facial ageing, or enhancing facial characteristics. In addition to or instead of a facelift, fat transfer is an option.
Necklift on it’s own – This surgery treats muscle (platysmal) bands in the neck as well as loose skin on the neck. Usually, a facelift is done in addition to this.
Liposuction – this is a technique that can be used to alleviate the appearance of a “double chin” and excess neck fat.
How do I book in for an appointment?
You will first need to book in for a consultation with myself. Here I will explain the process and discuss the outcome you are looking to achieve with your Facelift and / or Necklift surgery and even complete the treatment on the day.
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