5 Common Questions on Mini Face Lift in Korea Answered
Hesitant about getting anti-aging cosmetic surgery in Korea? To fill you in on the basic details on the procedure, here, we have answered five of the most common questions on mini face lift in Korea.
Who is the best candidate for a face lift?
The best candidate for a face lift are people who take care of their skin and are in good health. Most patients are in their late 30’s to early 50’s.
What types of face lift is the best?
Being one of the most popular anti-aging treatments, face lift has two variations: the traditional face lift and the mini face lift. Each kind has their advantages and disadvatanges. The main 3 things that sets Korean mini face lift apart from traditional face lift includes the (1) short recovery period, (2) it tackles specific areas rather than entire face, (3) appropriate for those who are only just experiencing their first signs of aging.
What is the length of the procedure and its recovery time?
In comparison to a traditional face lift, a mini face lift is performed in under 2 hours, as well as having a shorter recovery period. Stitches can be removed after a week although there will be bruising. This should go away within two weeks.
How dramatic will the changes be?
Have you heard about the incident where women from China and Japan were being stopped from returning home after surgery? This all happened due to the drastic changes in their appearance, as compared to their passport photo. They were unrecognisable so much so that the authorities were suspicious. Still, it is true that Korea offers makeovers Chinese cannot resist – the total number of Chinese visitors visiting Korea for cosmetic surgery has already surpassed the total number of American tourists. Remember, a procedure well-done is not necessarily one that has resulted in drastic changes. A good face lift makes patients look younger rather than different. Results that look natural is the best way outcome.
What should I look for in a surgeon?
Even with some of the best plastic surgeons in Korea, unfortunate accidents do happen in surgery. It is advised for anyone interested in getting cosmetic surgery, to do their pre-surgery research, visit a doctor for a check-up and consult a qualified surgeon.