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Discovery Health :: Diseases & Conditions :: facelift (668 words)
A facelift is plastic surgery to repair sagging, drooping, and wrinkled skin on the face and neck.
A facelift may be performed in a plastic surgeon's office, a same day surgery center, or a hospital.
Facelifts may be performed under local anesthesia, combined with a sedative to cause drowsiness.
Facelift (2314 words)
Facelift is a surgical procedure that tightens the understructures of the lower one third of the face and neck with removal of excess skin resulting in a more youthful appearance.
Newer facelifting modalities, which include the endoscopic facelift, sub-periosteal facelift, and pre-periosteal facelift, concentrate on the mid-face which attempt to raise the cheeks in an upward direction through incisions made in the scalp or just beneath the eyes.
Now the facelift can be performed with the patient entirely awake or under 'conscious sedation' in which patients breathe on their own without the need for intubation (breathing tube) or ventilator, are arousable, and unaware of what is going on.
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