The ideal facelift should make enough changes to make us happy, and leave no marks. However, in life, ideal remains a wish and a guidance, that we strive for.
Preparing for a short scar facelift
Every patient wishing to have a rhinoplasty in Bristol will have undergone a full consultation with Paul so that patients are made fully informed and comfortable before undergoing rhinoplasty surgery.
The hospital in Bristol where your rhinoplasty surgery is taking place will provide patients with full detailed written instructions on preparing for rhinoplasty surgery.
Unless a very minor rhinoplasty is needed, surgery will be performed under general anaesthetic, so you must not eat or drink 6 hours before the rhinoplasty operation.
You will need to stay in hospital overnight after your rhinoplasty.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Short scar facelifts represent a good indication only for a select group of patients.
It is best suited for patients in their late 30s or early 40s, but in instances where there is very little sun damage or the skin has naturally stronger elasticity, it can be a useful procedure even later in life.
Every patient will have undergone a full consultation with Paul so that patients are made fully aware and comfortable before entering into any surgery.
The hospital where your operation is taking place will provide patients with full detailed written instructions on preparing for surgery.
Short scar facelift surgery is performed under general anaesthetic, which means you will not be prohibited to eat or drink 6 hours prior to the operation.
The operation is usually an overnight stay but can be performed as a day case.
Short scar face lifts have the advantage of a quicker recovery with minimal bruising and swelling, and you can expect it to provide a softer and tighter appearance to the lower face and jaw line, and some increased fullness in the cheekbone area.