The Benefits of Non-Surgical Facelifts for Rejuvenation The idea of a facelift has been around for decades, but it’s no longer restricted to surgical procedures
How Can Facelift Make a Positive Influence on Your Life?
The facial area is very important for every human. As we all know, signs of aging and looking problems first start on the face. Today, although non-surgical facial aesthetics or highly impressive cosmetic skincare products are used, these applications are unfortunately not sufficient in some cases. For this reason, many women and men opt-in for facelift surgeries.
The duration of facelift operations varies according to the patient’s condition, but it takes between 2 to 4 hours on average. The first couple of days of post-surgery process is sometimes a bit difficult, but it’s worth enduring.
One of the most important things to do in the first days is to wear a neck brace. If the neck collar is not worn and neglected, the bruises and swellings will remain for a longer time.
The swelling might increase in the first week, but after a while, all these negative situations begin to disappear. When the stitches and bandages are removed, one can easily take a shower and apply make-up. If you are a regular sports person and have taken a break from sports, you can return to sports activities that you took a break from after the long as possible. So in short sun protection should be continued until the healing process is completed.
After all these stages are over, you can have a natural and youthful-looking face.
So, as a result of all these, what are the positive effects of a facelift and how much do these positive effects affect our lives?
As a result of the facelift, individuals look younger and their self-confidence increases. People with high self-confidence, on the other hand, reach the goals they want to achieve more easily. The quality of life of these people, who reach their goals more easily, will automatically increase. As they become more successful and self-confident, they will feel better and radiate more positive energy to the people around them.
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Non-surgical Facelift Methods
Some people prefer to resort to non-surgical facelift methods.
Dermal fillers are one of the most important procedures in non-surgical facelift applications. In this process, smooth gel injectable cheeks, temples, lips, and volume are restored under the eyes. As a result of these treatments, the plumping and smoothing last from six months to a year.
Botox is also one of the non-surgical facelift procedures. Forehead wrinkles are eliminated with Botox. Generally, the effect on wrinkles is great. Another non-surgical facelift operation is fat injections. As a result of this operation, the stem cells are isolated and re-injected into the face to increase the facial volume and for regeneration purposes.
Deep Plane Facelift
Deep plane facelift operations are thought to have emerged recently because they have become popular recently, but this method has started about thirty-two years ago. In this operation, it is important to work under the supporting layer of the face, rather than just working on the skin. Surgeons who work under the SMAS layer and correct the face achieve longer-lasting change in their patients.
More pronounced vertical movement of the face and jawline results in neck rejuvenation. In this surgery, which is performed with an incision starting from the temple area, turning around the ear, and continuing in the hairline behind the ear, very effective and long-term results are obtained by working on deep tissue planes and the entire face and upper neck area under wide vision. In this technique, ideal results can be obtained in patients over 50 years of age, with significant excess skin and sagging in the face and neck region, while making the incision line within the natural skin layers allows the scar to be hidden.
A deep plane facelift allows surgeons to do a more thorough job on the effects of aging on the face and neck. It lifts the entire face by repositioning deeper tissue layers. The result highlights the cheekbones, jawline, and neck. It is particularly good at lifting the midface, an area that does not respond well to other types of facelifts. It also gives a longer-lasting result compared to other facelift surgeries.
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