Face is one of the most important parts of body. It reflects our personality; it shows all of our emotions. And over time those emotions, combined with effects of ageing, poor diet and lack of sleep, can cause our face to look old. Chin looses distinction from jaw line, heavy skin folds appear around your nose and mouth. Facelift is a plastic surgery aimed to reverse these signs of aging by tightening muscle, removing fat, and trimming excess skin, giving your face a fresher, youthful look.
Facelift Turkey can tighten the skin of your cheeks, resulting in improvement in nasolabial fold which is a crease that runs from your nose to your chin, curving around your mouth. In this procedure excess facial skin is removed to make the face appear much younger and more fresh. Facelift doesn’t improve all parts of face and therefore some additional procedures may be necessary for a perfect result, such as: neck lift Turkey or blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery). After a facelift treatment in Istanbul, your appearance will significantly improve due to removal of wrinkles and sagging of the face. Facelift in Istanbul can also have impact on lower face and neck, however it will not affect forehead or eyelids and nor the quality of your facial skin. If you have wrinkles or sun damage, you might also consider a skin-resurfacing procedure. Plastic surgery Turkey doctors can offer facelift in combination with some other cosmetic procedures, such as a brow lift or eyelid surgery.
Cost of facelift in Turkey
The cost of facelift can vary greatly. The average cost of facelift surgery can be affected by a number of variables, including anesthesia type, operating room facilities, medical fees—and, most importantly, the location of the procedure. Fortunately, the cost of facelift in Turkey is affordable due to the low cost of living, exchange rate and the country’s central location. FlyHealth facelift surgery packages are inclusive of treatment cost, transfer charges (pickups from airport to hotel, hotel to clinic) and hotel accommodation—and are very competitively priced to help get more value for your money.
Frequently Asked Questions About Facelift
Is facelift without surgery possible?
Unfortunately facelift without surgery is not possible. However the good news is that facelift surgery is no longer an invasive procedure; therefore, downtime is minimal. FlyHealth plastic surgeons also perform mini facelift which are in most cases performed under local anesthesia. Contact FlyHealth to learn more about facelift in Turkey.
How long does a facelift last?
Facelift in Istanbul Turkey will definitely turn back time and make you look much younger. Full facelifts usually last around ten years. The more qualified your plastic surgeon is the better the results. That is why FlyHealth is only working with top quality, board certified plastic surgeons for facelifts.
How much does a facelift cost?
The cost of facelift in Turkey depends on whether it is a mini or full facelift. With FlyHealth, it is guaranteed that you will be able to save more on your treatment in Turkey. To learn more about facelift prices, please contact FlyHealth now.
Do you perform facelift for men?
Definitely! Our plastic surgeons have great experience in performing neck lift for men. Drop us a line or call us to learn more.
Recovery from facelift
The healing process is as important as success of the surgery itself. The type of facelift—and type of incision used—can affect recovery time of surgery. However, of course, there’s a basic recovery timeline. When the anesthesia wears off, you may feel a bit nauseous or cold, but these feelings will typically subside quickly as the medication is flushed out of the body. Usually, patients will have bandages on their faces. Patients often experience swelling and discomfort, especially during the first day, but these symptoms can be alleviated with over-the-counter or prescription pain relief medication. As recovery progresses and swelling subsides, patients will be able to see the results and begin to enjoy a youthful, more alert facial appearance.
Results of facelift
Results of facelift Turkey vary with each patient according to the type of surgery and incision technique used. In addition to that the skin type and age influence facelift results.
Good candidates for facelift
Before undergoing facelift surgery in Turkey, it’s important to understand the possibilities and limitation of the surgery to ensure you receive satisfactory results. Facelift surgery is an effective treatment to enhance the facial appearance and boost self-confidence—but the surgery may not be suitable for everyone. Some patients might find that they can accomplish their aesthetic goals with a less invasive procedure, such as chemical peel. Other patients may be happier with the outcome of surgery if combined with a neck lift or forehead lift.
How to determine if you are a good candidate for rhytidectomy surgery in Turkey?
Ideal candidates for facelift surgery in Turkey should have realistic expectations and are willing to make commitment to pre-and post-operative instructions provided by FlyHealth plastic surgeons. After we receive your pictures of facial profile for doctor’s assessment, our plastic surgeon can determine if you are a good fit for the surgery, or whether an alternate procedure might be suitable for your unique situation. The best candidates for facelift surgery share certain physical characteristics. The following is a list of variables that can affect whether or not a patient is a good candidate for facelift surgery in Turkey:[/vc_column_text]
A good facelift candidate should have skin that still preserves some of its natural flexibility.
Why is this important? Successful healing with optimal results depends on having a flexible skin that is able to conform to its new, enhanced contours. During the procedure, the surgeon works on tightening the facial skin, in order to eliminate the appearance of wrinkles—and give you a youthful-looking face.[/vc_column_text]
Strong bone structure
Ideally, a facelift candidate will have a well-defined underlying bone structure to give support and contribute to successful results. Patients will less distinct features may benefit from facial implants in addition to facelift.
Having realistic expectations is pivotal not only for rhytidectomy surgery in Turkey, but also for any plastic surgery procedure. Consulting with one of FlyHealth qualified plastic surgeons, he will obtain the information needed to help you make an informed decision about facelift surgery.
Good overall health
Facelift is a surgical procedure— and like any other surgery, you need to be in a healthy condition. Before undergoing facelift surgery, you must inform the surgeon of any pre-existing medical conditions well in advance. A facelift procedure requires major recovery, so it is essential that the patient be physically prepared for this invasive surgery.
Loose skin on the face
Having loose skin on the face could be a prerequisite for facelift surgery. Patients typically seek a facelift procedure to remove excess skin from the face or neck, tightening skin—and eliminating signs of ages seen in wrinkles simultaneously. The surgeon trims the loose skin during the procedure.
During this procedure, for the comfort of patients, they are given general anesthesia. Then surgeon makes an incision that starts in the temple area and circles around ears. The skin is gently lifted as the surgeon repositions and tightens the underlying muscle and connective tissue. Some fat might also be removed during this procedure, as well as excess skin.
After removing the excess skin, surgeon closes the incisions with fine sutures. The skin is then redraped over the face and the incision is sutured. The incision usually falls along the hairline or in a place where skin would naturally fold so that tiny scar is not visible after the surgery.
Types of facelift procedure
There are many different types of facelift in Turkey you can choose from according to your aesthetic goals and preferences regarding downtime and recovery, as well as your facial anatomy. The different types of facelifts are distinguished by the use of incision, number of tissue layers treated, the area of the face that is targeted—and the degree of surgery invasiveness.[/vc_column_text]
Traditional full facelift
A traditional or full facelift is a major surgical procedure, which aims to tighten the skin. Known for its comprehensive results, a traditional full facelift can address common problems such as deep creases below the eyes, sagging around the cheeks, lines around the mouth, excess fat and skin under the chin and jowls. The treatment requires a longer incision because it targets a larger area of the face. The incision typically runs along the temple, around the ear, and down to the necks. Full facelifts can achieve more to eradicate dramatic signs of facial aging—hence they are very common among patients in their 50’s and 60’s.
During a mid facelift procedure in Turkey, a plastic surgeon can lift and tighten the tissues before the eyes and around the cheeks. To achieve this, the doctor will make incisions—similar to those used in a full facelift—but they will be deeper. This technique enables the surgeon to lift that muscles that are normally untouched by a full facelift technique. The plastic surgeon may also employ fat grafting or facial implants to improve facial contours—and to create more toned cheekbones. Because this procedure is not extensive enough to address all signs of aging, it’s often ideal for men and women in their 30’s and 40’s who are simply looking to rejuvenate their facial appearance. The surgeon may perform mini facelifts using endoscopic techniques
As the name suggests, lower facelift procedure is designed to target the bottom third of the face. This procedure can be a great way to diminish jowls, reduce deep nasolabial folds, lift sagging corners of the mouth—and improve the appearance of the jaw. The incisions used in lower facelift are similar to other types of facelifts—where the surgeon creates incisions along the patient’s ears and hairline. Lower facelift in Turkey is suitable for patients of all ages who wish to reduce the signs of ages and restore a more youthful facial appearance.
Thread facelift “lunchtime lift”
For a more minimally invasive alternative to traditional facelifts, consider thread facelift. This procedure is a quick, non-invasive treatment that can be performed without anesthesia—and leaves no visible scars. During thread facelift, the plastic surgeon will create tiny stitches just below the skin to lift the underlying muscles. The treatment is most suitable for patients in their 30’s and 40’s who simply wish to make minor adjustments to their appearance.
Pre op, post op instructions
2 WEEKS BEFORE
- Don’t take products containing aspirin, ibuprofen and vitamin E, if pain reliever is needed, choose tylenol, in case of any other medications, ask your doctor
- Don’t smoke and don’t drink alcohol
A Week Before
- Don’t perm or color your hair.
- Don’t eat or drink anything after midnight, even water is not allowed, if any medication is needes, take it with small spis of water only
Day of Surgery
- You can take a shower and wash your hair in the morning, but don’t wear any makeup, hair spray or gel, don’t use nail polish, however you may leave acrylic nails on
- Don’t wear clothes that must be pulled over the head, choose loose fitting clothing instead
- Use ice packs to help with swelling.
- Care for your drain as ordered by the doctor.
- Keep your initial dressings dry, it will be removed on the first day after surgery.
- Avoid excess sunlight to the incisions for at least a year to help healing.
- After surgery you may take a shower, but don’t put your head under water.
- In case of vomiting or nausea, delay food and medications until it passes.
- Don’t eat food that require lots of chewing (f.ex. certain meats).
- Drink plenty of fluids following surgery, avoid alcohol and tobacco for at least a week.
- Breathe deeply for the first 24 hours after surgery, as this helps to expand the base of lungs.
- Any aerobic activities are to be avoided for 3 weeks.
- Keep your head elevated at night and try not to sleep on your side.
- Limit your activity sharply over the first week after surgery to walking around the house only.
- Keep incisions clean.
- Wear your elastic (ace) wrap at all times for the first 5 days, then at night for an additional 7 days.
- If you have any concerns, call your doctor immediately.