Face lift is a cosmetic surgical procedure to create a more youthful appearance. In this procedure, the loose or sagging skin on the side of the cheeks and jawline is reduced along with other changes that occur in the skin due to aging. It involves pulling back the flap of the skin on each side of the face, removing the excess skin and altering the tissues below the skin to contour the shape of the face. Often, neck lift is also done as a part of face lift to reduce fat deposits and sagging skin on the neck.

Symptoms to undergo this Face Lift Surgery

As you age, the external age-related changes such as loose skin, sagging cheeks, and fat deposits start to occur in some parts of your face more than others. Below are the symptoms that would help you evaluate if you should be considering Face Lift procedure:

  • Sagging cheeks
  • Excess skin at the lower jawline
  • Deepening of the fold of skin from the side of your nose to the corner of your mouth
  • Excess fat in the neck if the procedure also includes a neck lift

Factors Influencing the Cost of Face Lift Surgery

  • Reputation and expertise of the surgeon
  • Type of facelift
  • Fees of the Anesthesiologist
  • Location or destination for the surgery
  • Hospital fee
  • Combining other procedures
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Frequently Asked Questions

Facelift or rhytidectomy is a type of cosmetic surgery which is performed for removing the wrinkles and fine lines on cheek, midface, jawline, and neck areas. This procedure is done with general and local anesthesia. Facelift surgery is used to prevent the effect of aging by tightening the loose skin of cheek, jaw, and neck. It is performed alone or in combination with other types of cosmetic surgery such as blepharoplasty or rhinoplasty.

People usually undergo facelift surgery because of the following reasons:

  • Age-related changes and decreased elasticity of the skin

  • Facial contour

  • Managing under-eye fat

  • Sagging correctness of facial muscles

  • Restore firmness to become youthful

Israel provides a high quality of medical services at affordable prices which is 30%-50% lower than in America and European countries.  The cost of facelift surgery in Israel is approximately $7,134. There are various reasons which affect the cost of facelift surgery in Israel such as:

  • Types of facelift surgery

  • Hospital facilities

  • Diagnostic procedure

  • Type of equipment used

  • Medication before and after surgery

  • Hospital infrastructure

  • Surgeon’s experience

  • Patient’s health status

  • Follow-up visit charges

  • Age and speed of recovery

  • Number of days of stay in hospital

  • SMAS Plication Facelift- The concept of SMAS plication facelift surgery is to resolve the senile changes on the face. This technique provides a thin layer of fibro-fatty tissue which helps in providing technical support to the skin. An obese person is not an ideal candidate for these techniques.

  • Subcutaneous Facelift: It is a simple and less complicated process. In this procedure, a dissection plane is located above the SMAS layer which contains a facial nerve. The risk of nerve damage during surgery is very less. Due to minimal exposure to underlying tissues, the procedure has a fast recovery.

  • Minimal Access Cranial Suspension (MACS) lift: This procedure is divided into two types: simple and extended. The recovery process of this facelift is rapid. People with a bulky neck are not the ideal candidate for this surgery.

  • Simple MACS lift techniques: The simple MACS lift technique is used to correct the lower third of the face including jawline.

  •  Extended MACS lift techniques: The extended MACS lift technique is used to correct lower eyelid senile changes. 

  •  Deep Plane Facelift (DPFL): This technique is commonly used in place of traditional facelift surgery to correct aging of the midface. This procedure provides optimum results by improving the nasolabial fold. The disadvantage of this facelift surgery is a high risk of facial nerve damage.

  • Extended SMAS lift: The concept of this procedure is to separately dissect the skin and incising the SMAS layer. The result of this facelift is long-lasting but the operational procedure and recovery take quite a long time.

Patients should consider the following important aspects while recovering from facelift surgery:

  • After surgery: When facelift surgery is completed, the affected area will be dressed with an elastic bandage and is not removed before 24 hours. After 24 hours the surgeon examines the patient and may remove the bandage depending upon the patient’s condition.

  • Pain: During the first day of facelift surgery, the patient may feel mild to moderate pain. The doctor may prescribe analgesic drugs to be taken as and when required.

  • Medication: Apart from analgesics, after surgery, the surgeon must be prescribed antibiotics to prevent any type of infection. In the case of nausea and vomiting, antiemetic drugs are prescribed.

  • Personal Care:

  • After facelift surgery, patients should take proper rest for fast healing.

  • Do not sleep on the side of your face.

  • Do not eat a hard meal, rather take a soft meal

  • Wash the sight of incision 2-3 times in a day with a mixture of warm water and hydrogen peroxide solution after 72 hours of surgery

  • Skip excessive talking and use of tobacco product at least for one week after surgery

  • Take a short walking step after 3 days of surgery

  • The surgeon will apply a dressing for facial support. Do not remove this dressing and change every 24 hours

  • You can apply an ice pack on the incision for twenty minutes after 2-3 days of surgery, which can reduce swelling and pain

There are following hospitals in Israel for facelift procedure:

  • Hadassah medical center, Jerusalem, Israel 
  • Sourskay medical center, Tel Aviv, Israel 
  • Assunta medical center, tel Aviv, Israel 
  • Rambam medical center, Haifa, Israel 
  • Sheba medical center, Ramat gan, Israel 
  • Harzila medical center, Herzliya, Israel 
  • Rabin medical center, Petah Tikvah, Israel 
  • Meir medical center, Kfar Saba, Israel

The top plastic surgeons for facelift surgery in Israel are the following:

  • Dr. Tali Friedmen, Tel Aviv Yafo, Israel 

  • Dr. Aharon Amir, Tel Aviv, Israel 

  • Dr. Anat Elami, Jerusalem, Israel

  • Dr. Azaria and Dr. Roy Amber, Haifa, Israel

  • Dr. Abraham Levy, Yehud, Israel

  • Dr. Avi Weinberg, Jerusalem, Israel

  • Dr. Eyal Winkler, Tel Aviv Yafa, Israel

  • Dr. Uri Shulman Tel Aviv Yafa, Israel

  • Dr. Mor, Tel Aviv, Israel

The success rate of facelift surgery is very high in Israel. Almost 85 to 90% of the patients have desired results in their first surgery. The revision surgery is required in only 10-15% of the patients ranging from minor to moderate revision. If the surgery is done by a plastic surgeon with ample experience and is certified, the success rate further increases. The success rate also depends upon the health of the patient. If the patient is physically and mentally fit, the chances of obtaining the desired results are high. The success rate of face and neck lift procedure in Israel depends upon the following factors:

  • Patient health status: The success rate depends on patient health status. An invasive surgical procedure is conducted when the patients' health is good and he can recover quickly without any complications.

  • Patient age: The success rate depends upon patient age. The best age for facelift surgery is in between 35 years to 60 years. 

Strong bone structure: The patient should have strong bone structure because it helps to provide good support and strength during surgery. The strong bone structure increases the healing and can withstand stress during surgery.

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