The face is our main hallmark. Facial aging can make our face look tired, sad as if it had no life. Facelift surgery allows the patient’s face to recover a natural and youthful appearance, attenuating the signs of aging.
Problems Addressed By The Facelift
Facelift surgery is designed to address specific problems associated with age, such as:
Through the facelift, the skin and muscles of the face and neck are tightened, eliminating excess skin, folds, and the dreaded wrinkles. The incisions necessary to perform the surgery are made through the hair area, surrounding the earlobe and ascending towards the scalp. The scars are completely hidden and gradually disappear during the recovery process of the facelift. A well-performed Facelift in “Khorat” [Facelift โคราช which is the term in Thai] should not modify or alter the patient’s facial features.
Facelift surgery can reverse the time clock:
Hardening Of The Facial Muscles:
The underlying structures of the face, known as the “superficial aponeurotic muscle system” (SMAS), tend to weaken and yield with age. The lifting allows us to solve these problems of sagging skin, tightening, and reorganizing this underlying structure.
Removal Of Excess Skin:
Flaccid skin will be carefully trimmed and tensioned to recover a more youthful and natural look. The skin should not tense excessively, since the result may be too artificial.
Improvement Of Facial Contours :
A facelift in the middle area of the face helps to recover a younger look on the cheeks and lower eyelids, while a lower facelift allows the contour of the jaw to be reshaped, smoothing the neck area.