Face Lift Thailand

A facelift is a type of plastic surgery that removes severe wrinkles and drooping skin from the neck and jowl areas to restore a more youthful appearance. If there is extra fat in the neck or chin area, it can be addressed simultaneously with liposuction or direct excision. A facelift can rejuvenate a tired-looking face by smoothing the skin and restoring distinct features along the neck and jaw line. It is frequently used in conjunction with other treatments such as brow lifts and eyelid surgery to achieve a more harmonious, young appearance.
Incisions are produced in the natural crease behind the ear, in front of the ear, and may continue into the hairline. The length of the incision is determined by the quality of the neck skin. Elevation of the skin, tightening of the facial and neck muscles, and re-draping and excision of any extra skin are all part of the procedure.

Time Required for the operation: The operation typically takes 4-6 hours.
The procedure is performed under either sedation or general anesthesia.
2 nights in a hospital or clinic
Stay in Thailand for 12-14 days.
Complications and risks:
Facelift surgery is a highly popular procedure, and complications are uncommon but possible. This includes visible red scars, bleeding beneath the skin, infection, hair loss around the scars, nerve damage, numbness, asymmetrical features, and blood clotting.
During the recovery period, patients may have a drain in place overnight, as well as head and neck wrappings. Following its removal, patients are frequently need to wear a detachable chin strap for many weeks. Sutures are typically removed 7-14 days following surgery. Most patients need 2 to 3 weeks before they feel socially presentable.

  • Medical history evaluation (any allergies, major medical conditions, and all medications taken, both prescribed and non-prescribed), physical examination, and laboratory testing will be done during consultation.
  • Avoid smoking for around 3-4 weeks before surgery, since nicotine interferes with circulation and has a negative impact on the healing process.
  • Stop consuming alcohol a week before surgery and for the duration of your recuperation.
  • Hormones, anticoagulants, anabolic steroids, and supplements should be avoided for at least 4-6 weeks before to surgery to avoid complicating medical concerns, and aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs, and herbal supplements should also be avoided since they can increase bleeding.