Mini-Face Lift in Thailand
There are two techniques for Mini Face Lift in Thailand. Also known as “the weekend facelift,” depending on the situation, an endoscopic or a non-endoscopic approach may be used.
An endoscopic procedure allows the doctor to insert surgical instruments through three or more small cuts made around the area to be treated. These are used to remove excess fat and reshape muscles in the face that are causing cosmetic problems. The surgeon watches the procedure viaa small camera also inserted below the skin.
If the procedure is non-endoscopic, more continuous incisions will be made and the skin will be turned over to expose the area to be treated. Both approaches to the mini facelift involve minimal cutting of the skin.
How is the procedure performed?
It takes approximate 40-90 minutes. This procedure performs as an outpatient, no overnight stay requires. Mini Face Lift in Thailand is local Anesthesia with sedation
What are risks involved with a Mini Face lift in Thailand?
Complications that can occur include hematoma (a collection of blood under the skin), injury to the nerves that control facial muscles (usually temporary), infection, and reactions to the anesthesia. Poor healing of the skin is most likely to affect smokers. Most of the incision is concealed and not noticeable. It is most likely to be heavy behind the ear where there is greater tension.
How is aftercare for surgery?
Following surgery, a small, thin tube may be temporarily placed under the skin behind your ear to drain any blood that might collect there. The surgeon may also wrap your head loosely in bandages to minimize bruising and swelling
How is Mini Face Lift recovery?
No recover time needed. Patients wear a bandage for 48 hours. Most patient return to work a few days after surgery and sutures are removed.
What result can I expect?
It will Lasts for 5-10 years. Affected by continued aging, gravity, and the elements.
What do I need to do to prepare for Mini Face Lift Thailand?
- Inform us about any allergies, any serious medical condition(s), and all medications you are taking (both prescription and non-prescription).
- No Aspirin 2 days before surgery.
- Stop vitamin E Oil 1 day before surgery.
- Stop smoking for 2 days and a month after surgery.
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