In some hands this surgery takes six hours and in some hands it takes two. The question is not how long should it take, it is how great will the result be? Any board certified plastic surgeon, worth his salt, will do the job. It would probably take me two and a half hours to do your surgery. But this time frame is not set in stone. Face lifts are an art and a science and liposuction along with a neck lift are often part and parcel in this procedure. I also now routinely transfer fat to the mid face along with this procedure. central fullness is key to a youthful result as is safety. After all youthfulness is just that; youth-full-ness. Its not youth-tightness.
How Much Time Does It Take in Surgery to Perform a Facelift, Neck Lipo and Neck Lift?
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Time in the OR? Is it important?
This is a great question. Experience plays a great part in this answer. A very young and unsure surgeon may do this procedure in a very short time, because they were somewhat afraid to do complete maneuvers required to move tissue. There might also be a problem in a surgeon taking too long. This operation in very capable hands is 3-4 hours. Over 6 and I think there are issues with surgeon capability. Under three and I feel not enough attention to detail is being observed. Good Luck
Required OR time for a facelift, necklift, and neck liposuction
Operating times will vary among surgeons. I agree that it is not a race and you cannot judge a surgeon by how fast he or she is. However, I strongly feel that the best surgeons with great technical skills and "great hands" are "efficient" - this means that they have very precise movements without wasted movements. This allows them to work quickly when a part of the operation allows for it, and work slowly during critical parts of the operation. I think that 3-4 hours for a full facelift, necklift, and neck liposuction is a good general guide. Studies show that anesthesia risks seem to increase after the sixth hour so most plastic surgeons would agree that keeping elective surgeries less than 6 hours is prudent.
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Great question but it is hard to answer. While every surgeon is different, it is important to understand that the science is very clear, after 4 hours the risks to you start to climb. Therefore I try to keep my procedures to well under 4 hours. All the procedures you mention can easily be done in that time frame.
I hope that helps.
Facelift, Neck Lipo and Neck Lift
Being this is an outpatient surgery, you will be provided the proper surgical wear to abide by surgical protocols and sanitation practices.
The Lite-lift™ is generally performed with a local anesthetic and medication by mouth, which will keep you comfortable during the procedure and allow for an easier recovery.
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I often recommend other #procedures to go accompany a #facelift, including other surgical procedures such as blepharoplasty or a midface (cheek) lift, to name a few. The combination of multiple of procedures may create an optimal result. I invite you to visit PacificCenterPlasticSurgery.com to view a complete list of surgeries commonly performed.
Based on an evaluation, your board certified plastic surgeons will to determine if that surgery time is ideal and if you are a #candidate for the #combined #procedures. She or he will then create a custom surgical plan, detailing specific techniques and recommendations to meet your goals. In doing so, he or she should be sure to have a full understanding of what results you expect.
As much time as you need.
Tightening of the platysma muscle (also known as platysmaplasty) will require a small incision under the chin away from direct view to gain access to the front edge of the muscles on the neck; they are sutured together with permanent stitches. The muscles of the neck are the foundations and building blocks of the neck and are fundamental to achieving a tight and toned result. This should take around an hour.
With Concept™ Facelift we have combined different surgical techniques and latest innovations to perform the latest local anaesthetic facelift by minimising the scar, and reducing the bruising and downtime. The consequence is the achievement of a fresh, natural looking you with long lasting results.
The cosmetic procedure is similar to a mini facelift as it is performed with a short scar that runs in front of the ear, down to the ear lobe and tucked behind the ear. There will be no dressings or drains afterwards. This is performed as a day case, walk in-walk out procedure with minimal bruising and downtime. The surgery takes around 3-4 hours.
Duration for Facelift / Neck Lift surgery
Thank you for your question.
The duration of surgery will vary depending on the experience of the surgeon and exactly what procedures are performed. On average, this will range (for my practice) between 3-4 hours.
Please consult with board certified plastic surgeons and ask to see before and after photos as well as possibly talk to previous patients to discuss their experience and results.
How much time does it take for a facelift with neck lift?
A full facelift with neck lift and liposuction takes between 3-5 hours. I recommend fat injections to the face at the time of a face lift as well. Aging of the face is marked by sagging and loss of volume. The facelift and neck lift repairs the sagging, but the fat injections are essential for recuperating the loss of volume. From El Paso, Texas.
Time for Facelift surgery
This depends on the surgeon and the techniques they will be using to do the facelift, necklift and submental liposuction AND it depends on the patient-- their age, sun damage, laxity of skin, amount of excess fat, genetic factors (type of skin, facial structure, elasticity, etc.) This procedure takes me 2-3 hours. Most will do it in 1.5 -4 hours
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