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Published on: 29 Dec 2016 by oclark8819
The right candidate for facelift procedure
Deep creases under lower eyelids
Sagging in the middle of the face
Fat that has fallen off or disappeared
Loss of skin tone in the lower face which creates jowls
Loss of skin and the excess fat deposit under the jaw or chin that can give even a person with normal weight, a double chin
Losing a youthful appearance may be the result of many factors like stress, environmental conditions, gravity, or heredity.
Things to keep in mind prior to facelift
Before you undergo the surgery, it is important to be aware of what can be achieved with the surgery. The surgery will not change your basic looks and it will not stop the aging process either. Non-surgical treatments are available, but will not be able to produce the same results as the surgery. However, they will delay the aging process until it is appropriate to have the surgery or they can be used in conjunction with surgery to enhance results.
You are the right candidate for a facelift surgery if:
You are healthy and you do not have any medical condition that may interfere with your healing
you do not smoke
you have a positive outlook with realistic expectations
During the recovery period, the surgeon may place a bandage around your face in order to minimize swelling or bruising when the procedure is completed. Also, thin tubes may be placed in the skin so that they can drain the excess blood and fluid which may otherwise collect within the skin. Your will be given instructions about how you can care for the surgical site and the right medication to take for aiding the healing process while reducing the possibility of infection. You will need to protect yourself against the sun and live a healthier lifestyle so that you can extend the results of your facelift surgery. As bruising and swelling reduces, you will start to see the improvement. However, keep in mind that sometimes a second surgery will be required if the first one did not lead to the results you expected.