Facelift Thailand – Who is the ideal candidate to face the knife?
We have all seen the before and after pictures of people who have had a facelift performed but what exactly is involved in the entire procedure and what can you expect to encounter if you decide to have a facelift in Thailand? First of all there is actually an ideal candidate for who should ideally have a facelift and that is someone who is above the age of 40 and who has visible signs of aging. The facelift will be used to remove excess fat from the face and to tighten the underlying muscles also. A full facelift will help restore the skin of both the face and the neck.
A full facelift includes a mid-face lift, forehead lift and neck lift. Patients who have a facelift in Thailand can be expected to stay for at least 10 – 14 days in order to complete the entire procedure. Upon arriving in Thailand the patient should stay in a hotel in order to relax from the long flight and to prepare themselves for surgery which should have been booked for the first day after arriving in Thailand.
A full facelift will require staying in hospital for up to 4 nights with a post-operative check and removal of stitches being done 7 – 10 days after the surgery. A full facelift will be performed under general anesthesia and will usually take 3- 4 hours to be performed. After the surgery a cold compress will have to be used for 2 days and you are not to lie on your cheeks in contact with a bed or pillow for 1 month to prevent hematoma formation. Numbness may also persist for up to 3 – 6 months after the procedure has taken place also. All the above is just a general overview of what to expect when having a facelift in Thailand but you can already see that the procedure is not quite as painful as you may have first thought.
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