Facial plastic surgery
Facial Plastic Surgery (Rhytidectomy)
Plastic surgery on the face can be divided into three parts:
• Treatment of the frontal region (forehead)
• Treatment of the middle third
• Treatment of the lower third (chin)
Frontal region (forehead)
The treatment of the frontal region serves to improve the following:
• expression wrinkles on the forehead, glabellar region (between the eyes) and crow’s feet
• To raise the tail of the eyebrow, which tends to fall with age
• To treat the appearance of flacid skin and a tired look.
Surgery may be done by video, with five holes in the scalp (well hidden).
The patient usually has to stay for one day in the hospital and discharged the next day.
Care after surgery:
• Hold your head high
• Cold compresses in the region
• Avoid sunbathing
Note: Often this surgery can be associated with plastic surgery of the eyelids.
Region of the midface
Plastic surgery can improve the following aspects:
• The "creases" of the well-known Chinese mustache, the region between the nose and mouth
• Repositioning of the malar region "corner of the eye"
The surgery leaves a scar in the region behind the ear, which is well hidden.
Recuperation with certain swelling the first few days, and then with the same care mentioned above. If drainage is required, the catheter is to be used for one day, and requires the normal care.
Region of the lower face (jowls)
• to correct the chin
• to suspend the excess skin in this region
• to treat platysmal bands (folds)
This can be done with liposuction or a small scar under the chin.
- Facial plastic surgery
- Nose surgery
- Ear plastic surgery
- Breast Prosthesis
- Buttock plastic surgery
- Abdominal plastic surgery
- Liposuction plastic surgery
- Post weight loss plastic surgery
- Body contour plastic surgery
- Intimate plastic surgery
- Pectoral plastic surgery
- Gynecomastia plastic surgery
- Calf implants
- Hair transplant
- Breast Reduction
- Surgery of Thighs
- Brachioplasty - Arm Surgery