Q: What is a facelift surgery?
A: A facelift surgery is done to reverse aging changes. In this form of surgery the excess skin the face is taken out through scars placed strategically in front and on the back of the ears. This procedure also provides a necklift in that the sagging skin of the neck is also corrected.
Q: What are the benefits of facelift surgery?
A: Younger look, abolished wrinkles of face, neck lift and a youthful face are some advantages of a facelift surgery.
Q: What are the risks of facelift surgery?
A: Pain, swelling, bruising, scarring are common complications of a facelift surgery. Nerve damage, delayed healing, skin or hair loss and skin discoloration are other complications that may occur.
Q: What anesthesia is used in facelift surgery?
A: Usually general anesthesia.