Classical facelift surgery should be performed under general anesthesia and in a hospital environment. The purpose of this procedure is to strengthen the facial tissue. It is also intended to remove excess skin and remove drooping tissues. Although it is a detailed operation, the chin, neck, eye area, forehead, cheeks, and nose are examined in detail. According to the patients’ preference, the surgical operation lasts about 5 hours.
The incisions in facial stretching usually begin at the hairline in the temple area. The incision ends in the lower region of the head starting from the ear circumference. With the distribution of fat tissue in the neck, neck, and face, the reshaping process is started. For signs of aging that occur in the neck area, the incision below the jaw can also be removed.
In some current applications, small incisions from the temple can be discarded. In general, this area is expanding from the ear to the lower eyelids to the upper lip. In case of loosening of the neck skin, sagging of the neck, and fat accumulation under the chin, temple incisions are used.
after the surgical incision is cut to the back of the ears, the facial skin is removed extending from the scalp to the ear and extending downwards. Then hang the facial muscles that cause sagging with special stitches. The excess portion of the skin is then removed. In this way, the skin in the cheek, jaw, and temple areas is eliminated.
The surgery is initiated by an expert plastic surgeon. After the procedure, the patient is given detailed information about the process with the help of the tools and equipment used for stretching.