Thanks for choosing HCM...,
Now I am enumerate these things...,So get through..,
and discuss with Ur family doctor...,
1) A facelift .....involves tightening of the neck and jaw..,
as well as a lifting and repositioning of the cheek and temple region. This generally includes liposuction
of the neck and jawe region, as well as tightening of the platysma muscle
(responsible for loose bands in the neck)
2) "deep plane" facelift, meaning the deep layer of tissue beneath the skin is lifted and tightening, providing an often dramatic but very natural rejuvenation
of the face. Often, a full facelift will also involve a browlift.
3) A "midface lift" addresses the cheek pad and nasolabial folds or smile lines. Candidates for a midface lift include patients with heaviness below the cheek prominence and above the jaw., These patients often present with dark circles
or hollowness beneath the eyes, which are due to a descent of the malar fat pad. The mid face is lifted through a small incision in the hair-bearing temple or under the eye.
4) The direct neck lift is a popular alternative among patients with prominent neck aging or "turkey gobbler neck," who may not be concerned about the jaw or cheek regions. The excess neck skin and fat can be removed with a well hidden incision under the chin. This procedure generally requires only local anesthetic
or mild sedation.
5) Fat grafting or fat transfer at the time of facelift surgery
has become a popular choice patients. While a facelift will tighten skin and remove or reposition drooping tissues, many patients also have volume loss in areas such as the temples, the area below the eyes, the cheek pads, and the lips. By replacing lost fat in these regions a very youthful and natural look is achieved....,
Side effects depend on Procedure and Training of surgeon...,
Good surgeon will minimise the side effects..,ok..good luck.,