FACELIFT BEFORE AND AFTER RESULTS
Facelift surgery overview
Rhytidectomy, also known as a facelift, is a cosmetic procedure that pulls and 'lifts' the skin on the face to make it smooth and tight.
This type of cosmetic surgery reduces saggy skin around the face and neck, including the jowls.
The aim of this procedure is to bring a more youthful look to the face by removing wrinkles.
Generally, a facelift involves removing excess skin on the face and tightening it, along with the underlying tissue. The surgery is commonly performed in combination with blepharoplasty, also known as eyelid surgery.
Facelifts are a common procedure in the cosmetic surgery world and one of the most popular surgeries performed in the UK.
Ageing is one of the most common reasons why people choose to have a facelift. Often the increase in facial lines, wrinkles and sagging skin makes people unhappy and reduces self confidence.
The surgery is available to both men and women, although more popular with women.
As the skin ages, it can lose its natural elasticity, particularly around the mouth, jowls and eyes. A facelift can rejuvenate the appearance of the face by reducing wrinkles and visible lines.