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Answers to Common Questions about Facelifts

If you’re considering getting a facelift, you may want to consult this list of common questions about facelifts.  As with any cosmetic procedure, a prospective patient will want to know what to expect, how to prepare, how recovery will be, how much a facelift costs, and more.  This article will contain a list of common questions about facelifts and their answers.

 

Q: What kinds of facelifts are there?

A: This may be the most frequently asked question of all common questions

about facelifts.  There are many different kinds.  The standard facelift is a surgical procedure in which the entire face is lifted and tightened to look younger.  There is also the mini-facelift, a similar procedure that focuses on only part of the face – usually the lower half.  In addition, there are multiple forms of non-surgical facelifts, such as the liquid facelift, microcurrent facelift, ultrasound facelift, stem cell facelift, laser facelift, or thermage facelift.

 

Q: What options are there for nonsurgical facelifts?

A: Common questions about facelifts often include questions regarding non-surgical techniques for those individuals who do not want to undergo a surgical facelift procedure.  The liquid facelift is a common alternative in which the surgeon injects a liquid filler such as Botox cosmetic, Juvederm, or another filler into the face to enhance cheeks, eyebrows, chin, lips, or other desired areas, and to smooth lines.  For the laser facelift, a laser burns away the surface skin, revealing the younger, fresher skin underneath.  A stem cell facelift involves using liposuction to remove adult stem cells from the patient’s body fat deposits, which are then injected into the face to add volume to fill out wrinkles or emphasize cheeks, lips, or other areas.  The microcurrent facelift, ultrasound facelift, and thermage facelifts are all very similar in form and function: each sends some sort of current into the body to encourage the body’s natural process of producing collagen to firm and tighten the skin and producing other chemicals to increase vitality.  The microcurrent facelift sends electric currents, the ultrasound facelift sends sound waves, and the thermage facelift sends radio frequency waves.  The latter two heat the lower layers of skin, which is what increases the body’s production to collagen.

 

Q: How much does a facelift cost?

A: This is another important one of the common questions about facelifts.  Depending on the type of facelift procedure, the cost can range from $1,500 to $15,000.  It is usually in the framework of $3,000 to $8,000.

 

Q: Are facelifts ever covered by insurance?

A: Insurance companies usually do not cover facelift treatments because they are a cosmetic procedure.

 

Q: Who is a good candidate for a facelift?

A: Really, any individual who has noticed their skin is beginning to sag, has been doing so for years, or they are concerned that it will happen soon, is an excellent candidate for facelift treatment.  Most individuals who receive a facelift are in good general health and are in the age range of late thirties to fifties.  Some kinds of facelifts are not recommended for individuals with certain health conditions, and these should be discussed with a personal physician.

 

Q: What is recovery like after getting a facelift?

A: Common questions about facelifts usually ask about the recovery.  The amount and extent of recovery time needed for a facelift depends on the procedure the patient went through.  A full surgical facelift may take several days or weeks of recovery time, including time off of work.  A mini facelift may take a few days to a week of recovery time.  Other less invasive cosmetic procedures such as the liquid facelift may require almost no recovery time at all.  The surgical procedures can cause more pain, but generally this pain can be controlled using pain medications.

 

Q: What are some of the risks associated with receiving a facelift?

A: Some of the risks associated with a facelift are scarring (from the surgical procedures), swelling, nerve damage, and results not being what the patient desired.  These risks are minimal, and the plastic surgery specialist will work with the individual closely to ensure that the desired results are achieved if at all possible. 

 

Q: How long do results last?

A: When it comes to common questions about facelifts, the question of results often crops up.  Once again, results depend on the kind of facelift.  A full facelift’s results can last for ten years, while a liquid facelift requires several treatments and needs to be retouched every twelve to eighteen months. 
When looking for the common questions about facelifts, you can search for the answer to your question individually or consult lists like this.  This list of FAQs about facelifts covered some of the basic common questions about facelifts.  Hopefully it was able to answer some of your key questions about facelifts so that you can feel more confident as you select the best facelift procedure for you.

  

 
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