Endoscopic face lift is performed to middle-aged patients (35-45 years) whose facial skin is hard, but deep layers of the face are sagged. This operation includes the lifting of forehead, eyebrows and the middle part of the face.
Endoscopic facial surgery is performed under general anesthesia. Incisions (1 cm) are made in the hairy part of the face through which an endoscope (zooming the tissue up to 10 times) is inserted to lift the forehead and cheek tissues. They are lifted with anchor seams.
Endoscopic face lifting effect:
- Raising eyebrows
- Raising the outer corner of the eye
- Cheek lift
- Bottom eyeline adjustment
- Lip corner raising
Bruising and swelling of the face lasts for a few weeks. Facial sensitivity disorders for several months are possible. Patients can return to social life after a few weeks.
Endoscopic face lift effect can last for about a decade, but to a large extent it depends on the patient’s lifestyle.