Facelift surgery lifts and firms sagging facial tissues and smooths wrinkles and folds on the face due to aging in men or women.

Facelift is a surgical procedure, but it can also be performed with medical devices, which is a method called non-surgical facelift.

How Non-Surgical Facelift Works?

Procedures such as botox, dermal filler and laser treatments come to mind when non-surgical facelift is mentioned.  Experience has great importance in these procedures, which should be performed in clinics by specialists.

Regular implementation of these procedures 1 or 2 times a year will ensure utmost client satisfaction.

Who Can Have a Facelift?

There is no gender difference or age restriction for facelift. Those who rapidly lose significant amount of weight may have sagging of the facial skin.

Those, who have wrinkles on their faces and foreheads, who have problems with drooping eyebrows or eyelids, or have saggy jowls, can have facelift.

Frequently Asked Questions

The results of facelift surgery are permanent and cannot be reversed. However, the competence of the clinic and the experience of the specialist that will perform the operation are of great importance in this regard.

It is hard to notice even the minimal scars after the healing is complete. The scars will fade into the hair and will be naturally camouflaged.

There is no gender difference or age restriction for facelift.