Facelift surgery (rhytidectomy) is cosmetic surgery aiming to lift the skin to make the face tighter and unwrinkled. It is specially designed to reduce drooping or sagging skin around the lower half of the face mainly the jowls and neck.
Women were and are the primary object of focus for plastic surgeons. In recent years, some of the plastic surgeries became accepted in men. Still, it is women whose pursuit of better look and happiness are commonly accepted. Additionally, their search for rejuvenated and improved look is supported by ongoing developments in aesthetic medicine. Today, growing numbers of women may enjoy novelty techniques of plastic surgery as well as improved versions of classical procedures.
Facelift surgery, also known as rhytidectomy is a surgical procedure that improves the face shape against visible signs of aging in the face and neck. Those common and also natural signs of aging include sagging skin, deepening of the fold lines between the nose and corner of the mouth, jowls developing in the cheeks and jaw, fallen or disappeared fat and double chin.