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Houston Cosmetic Facelift Procedure Guide


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Houston Facelift Treatment Plan(click here)


PATIENT ASSESSMENT
  • Sagging, older looking face.
  • Double chin, turkey neck and jowls.
  • Computer imaging assists in discussing the desired results

PROCEDURE

  • Incisions are made within the hairline above the ear, continuing downward around and behind the earlobe and back into the hair. It is not necessary to shave hair for the procedure.
  • Facial skin is separated from the fat and muscle underneath, then pulled up and backwardin the temple and ear areas.
    The excess is removed.
  • Sagging muscles and connective tissues are tightened and accumulations of fat are removed or repositioned.
RECOVERY
  • There will be minimal postoperative pain that is easily controlled by prescription medication.
  • Most swelling and discoloration will subside within two to three weeks.
  • Full activities may be resumed in a month.
  • Pre- and postsurgical skin care treatment provided by on staff aesthetician.
INTENDED RESULT
  • A natural, younger and more rested-looking appearance.
  • Major improvement is apparent in the first two to three weeks with continued improvement and "smoothing out" of the patient's appearance over six to nine months.