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Published on: 17 Jan 2017 by eastmanvirg77
Facelift – Different Types Of Incisions
A facelift in Naples Florida involves many approaches. A surgeon recommends an approach according to your facial characteristics and goals. The length and placement of incisions are different and they will depend on the facelift technique that suits you the best. A surgeon may find it better using a short scar facelift where a short incision is limited to the area near the ear.
In reality, no method is better than the other and the best treatment for you should be determined during your consultation with an experienced surgeon. Regardless of which type of a facelift you get, you will always get an incision around the skin on the ear. An incision line may run around the hairline in the natural contour behind and before the ears. Your skin will be pulled back before the incision is closed.
For a traditional facelift, the surgeon makes an incision at the hairline and on the temples. It continues around and down at the front of the ears while being hidden in the natural crease behind the ears and the scalp on the lower hair line.
During a limited incision facelift, the surgeon makes a short incision at the hairline starting at the temple and continuing down on the ears; it is hidden within the natural creases. The surgeon may perform an incision at the lower eyelids, under the upper lip, and on the temporal area as well.
For a neck lift, your surgeon will make an incision from the front of an earlobe and continue behind the ears to reach the lower scalp. As well, there is going to be a smaller incision under the chin. Modified incision involves variation of short scar and shorter incision around your ear.
Facelift scar may be invisible, flat, narrow, and well-placed behind the ear allowing you to easily wear your hair in a close-cropped style. A certified surgeon makes an incision in the place where they will be hidden or where the scars look as if they are natural wrinkles. How long the incision takes to heal depends on your infection prevention method, surgical technique, tension reduction and diet. When the skin is cut, there is always a risk of keloids and hypertrophic scars.