Face and neck lift
The aim of this operation is to rectify the sagging and the loosening of the skin and face muscles (temples and eyebrows, cheeks, jowls, oval of the face) and the neck.
The facelift is a well-established medical procedure.
Its purpose is always to correct the ageing of the face and neck.
The face and neck lift is for the neck, cheeks and temples and its aim is to correct the effects of ageing.
It is important to note that this sort of operation is not covered under standard health insurance.
The operation does not in any way change the appearance of the face, but restores the structures of the face and neck (fat, muscle, skin). The intended outcome of the operation is that the patient’s face will look like it did before.
The loosening of the muscles is corrected (pressure is applied), the skin is then adjusted, but within reason, to fit the new curves.
Thanks to this dual action, the result seems natural (the skin is not “pulled”) and sustainable (the muscle mass being solid, the operations that follow are generally simple, because the skin hasn’t been put under any real degree of stress (limited tension and loosening). Liposuction can be used to deal with any surplus fat that there may be.