4 Interesting Facelift Facts
A facelift, also known as a rhytidectomy, is a major cosmetic procedure that can make you look at least a decade younger. It involves removing excess fat and tightening underlying tissue on your face while also getting rid of loose skin on your face and neck. If you are looking for a facelift in Thailand, we think you’ll be interested to know a few facts about the procedure.
A Potential Migraine Cure
Sure, taking painkillers is less expensive than having a facelift in Thailand but removal of migraine pains is one welcome side effect possible from the procedure. One theory suggests that the procedure inhibits the peripheral nociceptive neurotransmitters which could have an impact on the central pain processing systems that cause the headaches.
You Can Stay Awake
While this is not everyone’s idea of a good time, it is possible to choose a local anaesthetic and stay awake during the procedure. You would be given painkillers and a sedative but most of our patients choose a general anaesthetic and we recommend that choice.
Different Facelift Types
As well as having a full facelift in Thailand, you can also have a mini facelift. This is a good option for those with only minor wrinkles as there is less extensive movement of the skin, fewer scars and a shorter recovery time.
It’s An Old Procedure
The facelift procedure is more than 100 years old! It is claimed that the first facelift took place in Berlin, Germany in 1901. Eugene Hollander was the surgeon and he lifted some of the patient’s facial skin, removed it and sutured the wound. Obviously, facelift techniques have evolved impressively and the muscles and tissues are also involved.
Now that you know a few facts about facelifts in Thailand, you can impress your friends with your knowledge and perhaps feel more confident about your procedure.
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