Everything you Need to Know about Face Lift Surgery

Face Lift Surgery

There’s no doubt that the rise of social media has changed the face of cosmetic procedures and more women are opening up about their experiences. With the societal shift cosmetic surgeries are becoming increasingly widespread and acceptable with everyone from celebrities to influencers of all ages and fame speaking about the changes they’ve made to their appearance.

In the fashion world, models are held to a high standard of beauty and the quest for ‘youthfulness’ is what drives interest and demand for surgical procedures. Additionally, having that perfect look can give an edge over their competition and make a career breakthrough, hence there is a growing interest in cosmetic surgery among aspiring models.

With social media having normalized cosmetic surgery models like Bella Hadid, Chrissy Teigen, Cindy Crawford, and Christie Brinkley, have got refreshingly real about their cosmetic tweaks. Notably, designer Marc Jacobs underwent Face Lift Surgery in 2021 and documented his journey on Instagram with a post surgery selfie. Jacobs got a $50,000 extended deep-plane face-lift, a technique that results in less trauma to the face and a quicker recovery time than with traditional lifts.

While what was once considered a hush-hush procedure, in this era of transparency, facelifts have gotten much better and increasingly widespread. Progress in dermatology has made these treatments safer, more effective and more precise than they were 20 years ago. With the tools surgeons now have at their disposal they are able to achieve far more better and natural-looking results while minimizing scarring and downtime.

This means that there is less chance of complications during and after surgery, thereby limiting the possible risks for the patient. As a result, people are now more likely to have cosmetic procedures done on them because they are comfortable with the fact that their surgeons are well-experienced in doing so.

A face-lift’s main purpose is to reduce visible signs of facial aging and give your face a more youthful appearance. It offers a wide range of benefits and can address deep wrinkles, jowls, sagging skin, double chin and issues with excess fat. In general the procedure involves reduction of tissue in the middle and lower sections of the face and neck and is performed with sedation and local anesthesia. It usually takes 3 to 6 hours and a one day stay at the clinic is required.

During the first few days after the surgery, your face will be visibly swollen and bruised which will recede with time. Depending on the surgeon and the scope of the procedure you can expect to be out of action for anywhere between one to three weeks.

Just like any other plastic surgery, the cost of face lift surgery will vary depending on your aesthetic desires and the choice of treatment. A full facelift ranges between 4200 Euros – 5500 Euros, a secondary facelift 7500 Euros, neck lift, temporal or mini facelift 3500 Euros, forehead lift between 2900 Euros – 5100 Euros while a deep plane facelift 12,000 Euros.

Whether you’re looking to give your face a more youthful appearance to feel more confident, or simply seeking some subtle refinements to look younger to stay competitive in your career, a face-lift will make you look and feel like the very best version of yourself.

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