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Face Lifting

Rhytidectomy or face lift surgery usually involves the removal of excess facial skin, with or without the tightening of underlying tissues, and the redraping of the skin on the patient’s face and neck so that to give a more youthful facial appearance.

The surgery doesn’t stop the ageing process but in fact reverse the clock and ensures a rejuvenation. Ageing clock is reversed but the process will continue to its course. While some people a surgery again in 7 ? 15 years some others don’t need another face lifting surgery.

the aging face not only loses skin elasticity and develops looser droopy skin, but also loses fat and muscle tone. This creates increasing and deep wrinkles on the face. We call that face ageing of the face. Face lifting surgery is all about cutting the facial drooped skin from proper sites and streching the skin from the sides toward up and backward and then cutting the excess and then redraped it. Of course, as in all surgeries there are some very important key points to this surgery.
One of the most important point is that the protection of the facial nevre. This nerve is divided into very thin branches on both cheeks and extends deeper under the skin.

Surgical scar
It’s starting in the hair or hairline above and in front of the ear (the temporal region) and then it’s is extended downward in front of the ear, comes under the ear and then upward behind the ear ending in the hair or hairline behind the ear. The only visible part of the scar is in front of the ear. Therefore it’s sewn with very thin sutures in order to left very little scar. Most of the patients are can get back to their work in 2 ? 3 weeks. For important social activities  patients should wait 4 -8 weeks. There will be bruises and swellings after the surgery.

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