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    What are the possible types of facelift Poland?

    Updated November 28, 2018
    ClinicHunter Ltd
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    facelift PolandFacelift surgery Poland is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures nowadays. It can help with reversing the harmful effects of time, stress and exposure to elements. If you are not entirely happy with your look, you should definitely consider getting your facelift in Poland.

    What is facelift?

    Facelift surgery (rhytidectomy), is a procedure, which is performed to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles and other signs of aging. Its’ main goal is to improve the overall appearance of the face and jaw.

    Who is a candidate for the facelift Poland?

    The best facelift candidate in Poland is a person with sagging skin of the neck and along the jawline. However, skin should still have some flexibility. The facelift is designed to stretch the facial skin to lift sagging skin and remove deep wrinkles. A candidate should have a well-defined underlying bone structure in a face and be in good health in general.

    Types of facelift Poland:

    Not all facelifts are the same. Poland offers the whole range of different facelift procedures: fill facelift Poland, mid-facelift Poland, lower facelift Poland, mini-facelift Poland. You should definitely consider them, as facelift is very cheap in Poland.

    The full facelift Poland

    A full facelift (also known as traditional facelift) combines elements of lower, mid, and upper facelifts – in other words, full facelift usually includes forehead, cheeks, jawline and neck. A full facelift will more fully address moderate to advanced aging around the midface and neck.  Of course the full facelift surgery is more extensive than those for a mini-facelift, the results are also more dramatic.  

    Polish cosmetic surgeon can reposition the deeper tissues beneath the skin and remove excess skin to smooth creases, eliminate jowling and sagging skin under the chin and restore a youthful contour to the face and neck.

    The Mid-Facelift Poland

    A mid facelift addresses the area that extends from the cheekbones to the jaw, so it concentrates on more of the middle part of the face. A mid-facelift works to soften problems like saggy cheeks and deep wrinkles around the mouth. The incisions allow the surgeon to reposition the fat pads in the checks over the cheekbones while also tightening skin in the area below the eyes. This type of facelift does not address all the signs of aging, so it is often suitable for patients in their 30s and 40s,who are just looking to rejuvenate their appearance.

    The Lower Facelift

    As the name implies, lower facelifts target the bottom third of the face. It is the best option for people with jowls and saggy skin on the bottom part of the face, who want to reduce deep nasolabial folds, lift the sagging corners of the mouth, and enhance the jaw, while the rest is in a pretty good condition. Lower facelifts are suitable for patients who just want to enjoy a more youthful appearance.

    The Mini-Facelift

    A mini facelift (also known as a mini-lift) focuses on the jawline to restore definition lost due to diminished skin elasticity. It is the best solution for people with minimal aging of the forehead and neck and primarily loose skin in the mid face and jaw region. Smaller incisions are made (in comparison to full facelift), so a mini-lift gives some tightening to the cheeks and jaw, but without any muscle correction, so the results are not as dramatic.

    If you have any more questions, do not hesitate to contact our patient advisers. We will be really glad to help you with performing affordable facelift abroad.  Poland is a great destination for a facelift so feel free to book an appointment with us!

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