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Facelift

Facelift

A full face-lift, or Rhytidectomy, is cosmetic procedure to improve the face and neck to achieve a more youthful appearance. It often also includes a blepharoplasty. This surgery normally removes excess lose skin, with or without tightening underlying muscles. There are a number of different types of techniques used for this procedure and you should discuss these with your cosmetic surgeon. The surgery is normally performed under general anaesthesia using endoscopic techniques. The incisions are usually made in the hairline and are not visible, once healing has taken place. Alternative procedures include botox, dermal fillers, dermabrasion and a brow lift.

For more information about cosmetic surgery, take a look at our free guide.

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FREE Guide

FREE Guide


 

64 page PDF guide to cosmetic surgery.

  • Practical advice about what you need to do
  • Learn about the benefits and risks
  • Advice on choosing a surgeon and hospital

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Costs and funding

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