Facelift

Facelift

FAQs

Q1 : How do I know if I’m eligible for surgery?

A1 : If you are 45 years or older, physically fit, and would like to freshen up your look, you may be a candidate for surgical facelift. Visit us or send your pictures for a free virtual evaluation.


Q2 : Will I be asleep during the surgery?

A2 : You will be asleep under general anesthesia.


Q3 : How long will I be in the operating room?

A3 : The surgery usually takes 1-2 hours for each area.


Q4 : How many days should I stay near Bangkok?

A4 : Allot at least 10-14 days for consultation, surgery and follow-up.


Q5 : Will the scars be visible?

A5 : Forehead lift incision is on the coronal area so the scar will be covered with hair. People with hair loss will have to consider the benefits of forehead lift against having a visible scar across the top of the head. Mid-facelift incision is behind the hairline of the temporal area except for an inch in front of each ear. If a neck left is done simultaneously, a small incision may or may not be made under the chin.


Q6 : What activities should I avoid after surgery?

A6 : Avoid swimming and getting to much sun for about 2 weeks, exercise and lifting loads for 2-3 weeks. Avoid applying hair dye for about 6 weeks.


Q7 : What could go wrong?

A7 : Some risks of surgery include bleeding, adverse response to anesthesia, infection, delayed healing, nerve injury with numbness and weakness, asymmetry, correctable hair loss on the incision site, keloid formation, and need for revision surgery.


Q8 : How do I prepare for surgery?

A8 : To avoid complications and reduce risk factors, your skin must be free from acne and infection. Two weeks before your schedule, you need to stop smoking, drinking alcoholic beverages, taking hormonal pills, herbal supplements, and medicines other than those that your doctor allows you to continue. People with diseases need surgical clearance from their medical specialist.