The first impression is the last impression!
The face is typically the first thing people see on meeting and it also plays an important role in forming one’s image.
Facelift surgery, also known as Rhytidectomy, is a procedure that reduces wrinkles and gives volume to the face. The aim of the Facelift procedure is to improve an overall appearance of the face and the jaw.
During this surgery, the underlying fascia of the muscles of your face will be lifted and tightened to create a more aesthetic and contoured facial structure. Then, excess fat and loose skin are removed that are responsible for the tired and aged appearance of the face.
A Neck Lift surgery, also known as Lower Rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure that helps in the reducing the visible aging signs in the jawline and the neck.
If you are not satisfied and happy with the signs of aging that have appeared on the face and neck, then, the facelift and Necklift is the right answer for you.
Common reasons for having a Facelift and/or Necklift include:
It is very important to find the surgeon who is an expert in the fields of surgical and non-surgical as the options of rejuvenating the face are many.
It is also of vital importance that you trust your surgeon once you find him/her.
At Mayfair, Dr. Kedarnath Pandya is a highly skilled and experienced surgeon who performs all the procedures with an extraordinary attention to detail and an artistic eye so that patients get negligible scarring with great and natural looking results.
In the case where Rhinoplasty is needed, Mayfair and Dr. Pandya recommend to have it done separately at some other time and not to be done together with Facelift.
The Facelift healing time can take one to a couple of weeks depending on the type of Facelift surgery is performed. Walking is recommended after the surgery. Vigorous exercise, heavy housework, and sexual activity are advised to be avoided strictly for about initial two weeks after the surgery. We recommend not taking bath till the incisions are fully healed. Applying gentle soap and water over the incisions is okay. Depending on the level of pain, one can resume work after one to two weeks after the surgery.
Above are the general recommendations, the recovery plan varies person to person.