Our genes determine the course of our lives. Genes are responsible for our mental state and our physical state too, like the condition of our skin. With proper nutrition and lifestyle, the elasticity of our skin can be preserved until a certain age. Nevertheless, after a time due to the reduction of the elastic fibers our skin starts to sag and becomes less flexible.
The deformation of the skin appears differently for each person, and because of this, there are many forms of facelift. After observing the dynamics of one’s facial movements it can be determined if the patient is fit for MACS lift. The degree and the direction of the tissue descent is crucial when making the decision.
If the patient is fit for MACS facelift, the surgery can be performed under local anesthesia or under anesthesia. During the procedure, an incision is made around the temple area at the edge of the hairy scalp, then after preparation the stitches are installed, tightening the deeper layers. A bandage is put on the surgical area that relieves it for a few days ensuring excellent aesthetic results.
The MACS facelift is not age-dependent, but is determined by specific anatomical features. If it is the right choice, you can achieve long-lasting and fast aesthetic results.