Plastic surgery assists women in the fight against aging processes
The time tends to take away a woman’s youth. Of course, it is impossible to stop the aging processes, as they are constant and relentless. However, the woman can decide whether to surrender or to keep on fighting for her natural beauty. Those women who refused to give up and do everything possible to prolong their youth are always in better position. Due to such efforts, there are a lot of women who look much younger than their years. A woman who is confident in her abilities, likes her appearance not only looks, but feels younger. And it is very important.
The plastic surgery is considered to be the main assistant for women in the fight against aging and age-related changes. Today, plastic surgery can prolong person’s youth and beauty, giving the self-confidence and inner calmness. Not very long time ago, the mankind were had to accept the aging as an inevitable process. Today, everything has changed. More and more people are beginning to seek the help of plastic surgeons. Thanks to the latest achievements of modern cosmetic surgery a single operation can eliminate the emerging “signs of the aging.” Neither cream nor massage can smooth out the wrinkles from the face. That is why the plastic surgery is considered to be the only possible solution to the aging problems.
A facelift is a perfect way to fight wrinkles. Facelift is one of the most popular cosmetic operations, the purpose of which is to eliminate the the signs of skin aging. Many studies have shown that, five years after the facelift, most patients look younger than before the operation. That is why many people decide to go through such an operation. There are many different techniques that are used for the implementation of facelift. Facelift with the help of plastic surgery is a classic operation. This technique is often recommended for patients of middle and older age (40 years and above) with distinct signs of age-related skin aging. Facelift plastic surgery is contraindicated to patients with cancer, some infectious diseases, cardiovascular function disorders, blood diseases. Plastic surgery is performed under a general anesthesia and lasts about 3 hours, although the time of the operation may vary depending on the specific situation. Post-operative edema lasts about 2-3 weeks, after which the patient returns to normal state.
Nowadays, the non-surgical facelift is becoming more and more popular among patients. With the help of special equipment the skin surface is treated with RF radiation that penetrates the skin and heats the tissue in the treatment area. Such an exposure activates the collagen fibers thus restoring the skin elasticity. Another popular method of non-surgical facelift is a facial massage, which allows to maintain the proper face muscle tone.