Am I a suitable candidate for a Featherlift?
A featherlift can most benefit those with drooping of the soft tissue of the face. The procedure can enhance definition of the weakly pronounced facial contours, as well as skin suffering from premature ageing and sun damage.
A featherlift is a particularly suitable and minimally invasive surgical procedure for people who wish to achieve a significant improvement in facial appearance, without some of the drawbacks of a traditional facelift.
It also works well for those women who have unwanted facial hair.
More about suitability for a featherlift
A featherlift is a highly individualised procedure. It may be a good option for you if you have:
- Realistic expectations – An optimal candidate will understand not only what face lifts can accomplish, but also the limitations of facial plastic surgery procedures.
- Good overall health – An optimal candidate will be generally healthy and will inform his or her surgeon of any pre-existing medical conditions well in advance. A Featherlift is an invasive surgical procedure that requires significant healing and recovery, so it is essential that the patient be physically prepared for surgery.
Consulting with a qualified plastic surgeon can help a patient attain the information needed to make the right decision about featherlift surgery.
Can men have a featherlift?
Yes. Both men and women can benefit from this procedure.
What is my first step?
Your initial consultation with one of our vastly experienced featherlift surgeons should clearly set out your expectations and whether the operation can give you the results you desire.
Your reasons for wanting a featherlift and your suitability for this type of procedure will be carefully discussed. Also, your medical history will be taken to ensure that there are no reasons why you shouldn’t have this operation.
What can I do to help achieve the best results?
Your surgeon will give you specific instructions on how to prepare for featherlift surgery, including guidelines on:
- Eating and drinking.
- Taking or avoiding vitamins, iron tablets and certain medications.
If you are physically fit when you have this operation, you will recover much more quickly than if you are out of shape.
Find out more
Only through an in-depth discussion with your surgeon will you be able to understand the risks, benefits and expected outcomes of this procedure.
If you would like to find out more about featherlift surgery or arrange a consultation, contact us today on 08707 606 555, or by completing our online enquiry form for an immediate response.