Growing old usually gives you not-so-subtle reminders that you aren’t as young as you once were. And the more pronounced those wrinkles, creases and sagging skin on your face gets, the less pleasant ageing becomes. Thankfully, there are a number of safe and effective surgical procedures to help bring back your youthful glow.
With the introduction of advanced medical devices and biomaterials, facial cosmetic surgery is now becoming a popular choice for men and women seeking the correction of malformations caused not only by ageing but also by disease, injury and birth defects. At Destination Beauty, we have partner surgeons skilled in the fields of full facelift, mid facelift, rhinoplasty, neck lift, forehead lift, and eyelid surgery. And our affiliate hospitals in Thailand are all top-flight and are equipped with ultra-modern medical technology. When you get in touch with us, you will know more about how we can help you — as we have thousands of others from all over the globe – get the best medical attention at a bargain that is hard to beat.
Is Facial Surgery Right For You?
To be a good candidate for facial surgery, you have to be of good physical and mental health. You also need to have realistic expectations about the results which means that a thorough understanding about the procedure or procedures to be done is very important.
Remember that although the procedures have very high success rates, they may not always give you the perfect results. Depending on the procedure, it can take up to a year before final effects are seen. Also, keep in mind that despite the fact that these operations are done routinely, there is always the risk of complications such as infection and excessive bleeding.
Common Types of Facial Surgery in Thailand
The success of facial surgery can be measured by how it is able to give your face that refreshed, youthful look without coming off us un-natural. Here, the degree of skin tightening is key. Your surgeon should also pay special attention to techniques that will minimize scarring.
There are different types of facial surgery which are distinguished according to the area of the face to be treated.
Full Facelift – This is the surgical rejuvenation of all four major “aesthetic units” of the face, namely: the forehead and upper eyelids; the mid-face and lower eyelids; the lower face and lips; and the neck.
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Mid Facelift – This procedure focuses on the triangular area formed between the two corners of the eyes and the corner of the mouth so that the middle of the face is pulled up.
Rhinoplasty – Also known as nose job, this technique improves the appearance of your nose to enhance facial harmony. It can also be done to correct impaired breathing caused by structural abnormalities in the nose.
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Neck Lift – Also called platysmaplasty, this method tightens the skin and the underlying muscles to lift the neck as well as to improve and sharpen the contour of the jaw line.
Brow Lift – This surgery minimizes the creases that develop on the forehead or those that appear high on the bridge of the nose. Sometimes referred to as a forehead lift, it also helps hide frown lines and repositions a low or sagging brow.
Eyelid Surgery – This procedure is also called blepharoplasty. It is done to improve the appearance of the upper or lower eyelids, or both, to give a rejuvenated appearance to the surrounding areas of your eyes. This also results in a more rested and alert look.
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Preparing For Your Facial Surgery In Thailand
During consultation your surgeon will evaluate your fitness for surgery. Diabetes, heart and blood flow problems are some of the pre-existing conditions that may make you a less than ideal candidate for facial surgery.
In days leading to your operation, your surgeon will give you instructions on what medications to avoid or regulate. Certain medicine, vitamins and supplements thin the blood and cause bleeding problems after surgery.
If you are a smoker, you will be asked to stop, preferably months before facial surgery. Same goes for alcohol intake. Nicotine and alcohol can increase the risk complications in any surgical procedure.
Being prepared and will go a long way in ensuring the success of your procedure and eventually, optimal healing after.
Rest & Recovery After Your Facial Surgery
Depending on the procedure and on the individual, recovery time varies. What is important is not to rush the process. Proper diet, good rest, and following your surgeon’s advise are helpful to hasten healing.
For days following your surgery, you can expect to feel sore and tired. There can also be numbness and altered sensation on the affected areas. These are but natural and temporary. Your surgeon will give you prescriptive medicine to help manage these discomforts.
For most treatments, you can expect to return to work in 10-14 days. However, you’ll be advised to refrain from strenuous activities and exposing your face to rough contact during the healing period.
It’s true – as if the staggering savings you reap when you have facial surgery in Thailand aren’t enough, we’re also offering our help at absolutely no extra cost on your part. Our super friendly staff will make sure that your experience will be one that is truly worth remembering.
The moment you contact us, we will immediately offer you a free, at-home consultation with a real surgeon. This will help you arrive at an informed decision whether to proceed with the operation or not. If you do decide that the facial surgery is for you, our friendly staff will gladly coordinate with all persons and offices concerned to help you take your mind off the nitty-gritty stuff so you’ll be able to focus fully on your upcoming procedure.
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