The best way to learn more about how a male face and necklift may help you is to sit down with a plastic surgeon and discuss your health history and goals. Dr. Preminger will explain the different procedures you may be eligible for, as well as what you’ll need to do to prepare for the recovery.
During your consultation, the surgeon will examine your face, take photographs for your medical records, and ensure that you have realistic expectations about what results to expect from your procedure. As with any surgery, risks include: reaction to anesthesia, infection, bleeding, pain, and swelling. Tightness, tingling, burning, pulling, and numb sensations are possible complications that should resolve within a few weeks.
Dr. Preminger will discuss steps taken to reduce complications for your surgery.
The best candidates for a male facelift and necklift are those who have:
- Firm, elastic skin
- Strong bone structure
- An age of forty or beyond
- A weight close to one’s ideal BMI
- Good overall health