Men are turning to facelift surgery (technically known as “rhytidectomy”) to erase the signs of aging and achieve a younger, rejuvenated look. Our contemporary society and the competitive scenario demands the best healthiest look from us. Many men are very much aware of a healthy lifestyle, but that doesn’t change the aging signals of their necks and faces. That’s why facelift is such a common cosmetic surgery for men nowadays.
What’s facelift surgery for men all about?
Male patients are very different than female patients in their needs and their anatomy and that’s why our approaches to cosmetic procedures take into account these differences. With aging, male face gets a long shape, with sagging tissues at the cheek and jaw. It is also usual to have fat under the chin. During consultation with our male patients, we will to take into account factors such as baldness, beard and sideburns as well as the quality of the skin. The distribution of hair in men is a very important issue as we have to hide scars without modifying their natural masculine line.
The operation can be performed with either local and sedation or general anesthesia. It needs 1 or 2 days in hospital and we recommend to have at least 2 available weeks for recovery, before resuming your work.
In men, facelift can be combined with eyelid surgery and/or rhinoplasty.
What kind of results will I get with a facelift surgery?
In Dr. Benito’s hands, facelift is definitely a powerful plastic surgery for facial rejuvenation in men who want to achieve a younger and natural look. Our experience helps us give our male patients a masculine, natural, rested and more youthful look.
If the signs of aging on your face are minimal, the enhancement may be subtle, but the aging signals will be diminished a great deal in any case.
If you are a man with lot of wrinkling and sagging, you will definitely see a dramatic change after your facelift.
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