FACELIFT OPERATION is a procedure that lifts and firms sagging facial tissues to restore a more naturally youthful facial appearance.

By removing excess, sagging skin, smoothing deep folds, and lifting and tightening the deep facial tissues, facelift surgery can help you look younger.

A facelift is the best option to get rid of the signs of aging, deep wrinkles, and saggy skin on the neck.

Regain your self-confidence by getting a healthier and more vibrant appearance and don’t let the signs of aging negatively affect your life and personal relationships.

What is Facelift Surgery?


Before the operation, you will be given specific instructions by your surgeon, who will ask you to stop smoking, undergo a medical examination, stop taking aspirin, and adjust your current medications.


Depending on the degree of change you’d like to see, your facelift choices include a traditional facelift, limited incision facelift or a neck lift.

The traditional facial incision is in the hairline at the temples and continues around the ear and ends in the lower part of the scalp. Fat can be sculpted and redistributed from the face, jaws and neck.

The underlying tissues are repositioned. Usually, the deep layers of the face and muscles are lifted. The skin is re-wrapped above the raised lines and removed. 


After the face-lift procedure is completed, a bandage is placed around your face to reduce swelling and bruising. Swelling and bruising can decrease within 4 days.

You will be given specific instructions on how to take care of the surgical sites and the medications to be placed or taken orally, you must follow the surgeon’s instructions until you recover quickly, the final result appears about a month after the operation, for a tight and attractive face.

Who is a good candidate for a facelift?

In general, good candidates for a facelift include:

  • Healthy individuals who do not have medical conditions that impair healing
  • Nonsmokers
  • Individuals with a positive outlook and realistic expectations

What are the risks of facelift surgery?

  1. Anesthesia risks
  2. Bleeding
  3. Infection
  4. Persistent pain
  5. Temporary or permanent hair loss at the incisions
  6. Unfavorable scarring

before and after

How much does a facelift cost?

The prices of facelift  differ from one patient to another, as the technique

used and the areas to be suctioned play a big role in the price, and the prices of surgery may vary if combined with other surgeries.


is facelift surgery dangerous?

Like any other surgery, a facelift can involve infection and bleeding, but it varies from case to case. Ask your surgeon about the potential risks.

is facelift surgery safe?

Facelift surgery is safe but requires several different considerations depending on who is undergoing the procedure. Discuss with your surgeon about the potential benefits and risks.

how painful is a facelift

The operation is done under anesthesia, in the first week there will be bleeding and swelling and a little pain, this is normal in the second week, it will gradually decrease

what is the best age for a facelift

In most cases, the candidates for this surgery are between the ages of 40-50-60, where the aging processes begin to appear and spread and can be corrected through the face-lift operation.