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Face and neck lift or Rhytidectomy – The best plastic surgery coaching in the town!

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What is Rhytidectomy? 

A plastic surgery procedure performed to eliminate signs of aging from your face and/or neck is commonly known as Rhytidectomy. The surgical procedure is performed to reposition sagging skin, fats, and /or muscles from the face and neck. The cosmetic, restorative facelift surgery fundamentally changes the appearance of your face by improving the signs of aging, which may include lifting of relaxed and sagging skin, improvement of deep folds and creases around the nose and mouth, fallen facial fat, jowls, extra skin at the neck, and double chin corrections. 

How is Rhytidectomy or face & neck lift performed? 

The procedure is performed in various ways depending on the targeted areas of your face and neck, and it works in multiple ways. The traditional Rhytidectomy procedure allows the surgeon to make the incisions around your ears, hairline, and below the chin. The procedure starts by giving general or local anesthesia after that the aesthetic plastic surgeon separates the skin by underlying tissues. The next step is tightening the muscles and supporting structures of your face and neck to provide a lifting and tightening effect. The other methods may include; 

  • SMAS face lift (superficial musculoaponeurotic system)
  • Deep plane facelift
  • Mid facelift
  • Mini facelift 
  • Cutaneous facelift

Glitter Gloria helps you to decide the best suitable plan according to your customized aesthetic needs. 

What are the benefits of face and neck lift surgery? 

Rhytidectomy is designed to provide natural-looking enhancement to your face and neck and is tailored according to the unique anatomy and goals of the individual patients. The following benefits are associated with the procedure that will help you to make the decision;

  • Face and neck lift surgery reduces the excess skin from your face and neck 
  • By lifting and tightening the facial skin, the procedure reduces the fine lines, wrinkles, and creases
  • Underlying muscles tightening
  • Contours chin and jawline
  • Diminishes the appearance of platysmal bands by pulling it up and back to tighten the face

What are the Possible complications after face and neck lift surgery? 

The risks associated with Rhytidectomy may include;

  • Temporary facial nerve damage
  • Infection at the site of surgery
  • Hematoma
  • An adverse reaction to anesthesia
  • Delayed healing for smokers

How long is the recovery time? 

Recovery from the procedure may take 1.5 to 2 weeks after the process. Swelling may subside within seventy-two hours. You may be able to drive within one to two weeks and gradually move to physical activities after two to four weeks. 

What is the cost of Rhytidectomy? 

The average surgeon or physician fee for face and neck lift surgery is $8005. 

Let Glitter Gloria help you to plan the best Rhytidectomy where the investment will be worth your cosmetic outcomes. You will be in the hands of the most experienced and qualified surgeons having aesthetic eyes and masterly hands.

 For further information on the possibilities Glitter Gloria offers, book your initial appointment and save you from botched jobs and unnecessary revisions. 


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