The Different Types Of Facelift Procedures Available In Singapore

Looks have become an important factor among the youth and even old people. It is often seen as a way of socializing with different people. Facial rejuvenation has been used by many over the last couple of years to achieve a young and youthful look. It has become one of the most popular types of cosmetic procedures. A lot of research has gone into developing the technique and a wide range of facelift options is available today. Here is a list of the 5 most common face lift treatment procedures provided by cosmetic surgeons all over the globe.

1. Jaw Line Rejuvenation

The jawline rejuvenation is a procedure that revitalizes the area between the upper neck and jaw. The excess fat is removed from the region giving the face a more uplifted look. Liposuction is commonly used for the procedure and the jawline is sculpted to make it look more prominent. The excess fat removed can be used in the cheeks and mid-face to make the jawline look beautiful.

2. Mid-Facelift

In the mid-facelift procedure, the surgeon repositions the fat pads in the cheeks to make the cheekbones visible. It also helps tighten the skin in the surrounding region. The surgeon starts by making small incisions above the ear. Through these small incisions, he repositions the fat pads.

3. Mini Face Lift

A mini facelift is cosmetic surgery that improves the appearance of the neck and jowls. The surgeon makes smaller incisions than those in traditional facelift and, through these incisions, the surgeon removes the excess fat and tissues.

4. Traditional Facelift

The traditional facelift is perfect for individuals who want an optimal correction procedure for reducing aging by significant amounts. The incisions are made around the ears and the skin around the face and neck are tightened through these incisions. It contours the face to make the jawline, neck and cheeks look more prominent.

5. S-Lift

The S-Lift procedure is usually done on the lower part of the face – the neck and jawline. The name comes from the S-shaped incision that the surgeon makes to separate the upper layer of the skin from the underlying tissues. The muscles and tissue are then tightened to give the face a slimmer look. The jawline and neck becomes more expressive and overall the face gets a youthful look. The procedure is minimally invasive and therefore preferred by many over the other traditional surgery techniques.