Face Lifting

Face Lifting, Facial Rejuvenation

As the years go by, internal and external factors like cigarettes, sun and stress cause old age to appear on the face of all of us in harmony with genetic makeup. Everyone's aging process is unique and may not exactly match the phrase that appears in years to come, but the sequence is inevitably similar. These symptoms can be summarized as fine wrinkles in the late 20s, the appearance of new stains on our face, and the deepening of our lower eyelid. In the years to come, we can summarize the deepening of our lines towards the middle and end of the 30s, the proliferation of the crows feet, mimic lines, the downward movement of our eyebrows and cheeks. Towards the end of the 40s and later on in the eye, stroke and drooping of the eyelids, sagging in the cheek and chin area, deepening of the lines, formation of wrinkles around the lip, volume loss of the face.
Depending on how this process affects you, there are interventions and surgeries that can slow the aging process or provide you with a more young appearance.
Face Lifting Surgery

Some methods of facial rejuvenation can be used to diminish the lighter aging symptoms and are certainly not an alternative to face lift surgery. It is also used as an adjunct to and helping face lift operations. If your face is full of symptoms and you are disturbed, the best thing to do in this case is facelift surgery. This surgery should be performed by Plastic Surgeons under operating room conditions. Often facelift surgery is applied to patients over 40 years of age. Face lift is a generic name given to operations performed in a wide range. It is applied to different zones (forehead, cheek, neck, etc.) according to the needs of many different technicians. Depending on the procedures performed and the techniques used, the duration of the operation may take 3-8 hours. When planning these surgeries, plastic surgeons distinguish the face as upper, middle and lower. The upper part contains the forehead. The middle face part contains the cheekbones and the upper lip area. The lower face includes the lower lip, chin, and neck. When these surgeries are planned, some or all of these regions are targeted according to the needs of the person. The cuts are placed on the natural folds of the body and in the hairline so that the incisions are not visible.


Surgery can be done with local anesthesia or general anesthesia in the presence of sedation (sedative drugs given by the anesthesiologist).

After the Operation