Baltimore Facelift Surgery
Can a Facelift Erase the Signs of Time for a More Youthful Appearance?
The answer is Yes!
Fact: A Facelift procedure can be applied no matter what age you are.
You’ve gained maturity, experience, and wisdom, but your face doesn’t have to show it. Crow’s feet, laugh lines, furrows, jowls, neck wrinkles, and lip lines can mask the natural beauty that has suffered the telltale signs of life. Baltimore facelift surgeon Dr. Adam Basner and his on-site aesthetician have mastered innovative and advanced facelift methods designed to take your face back in time for a refreshing, more youthful look. With them, you can look as good as you feel.
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Below is some general information regarding our facelift procedure. We will provide you with extensive information during your free facelift consultation in our Baltimore facelift office. Any further questions or concerns may also be addressed at that time.
Baltimore Facelift Expertise
With a facelift, we can surgically remove excess skin and fat, tighten your muscles, and redrape the skin to lie more smoothly over your face and neck. Typically, incisions are hidden within the hairline, behind the ear, and/or under the chin. Incision sites may vary according to the patient’s hairstyle.
Following your facelift surgery, you’ll need to keep your head elevated for a day or two. Bandages will be applied and a small tube may be present to help drain excess fluid. Most bandages, sutures, and tubes will be removed within the first week. Your skin will be sensitive, and expect some bruising and swelling. However, this should subside within the first two weeks. Any strenuous activity should be avoided for at least two weeks. You can most likely return to work in ten to 14 days.
Facelifts can be performed at almost any age, although they are most effective in those with good skin elasticity. As with any surgical procedure, there are risks involved in a facelift, such as infection or bleeding. Hematomas, small areas of blood collecting under the surface of the skin, and nerve injury are also possible. However, complications during facelift surgery are rare.