Facelift Surgery India


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Facelift Surgery in India

Overview: Facelift surgery is a much sought after treatment today. It has often been noticed that with the advancement of age or due to mental stress of any sort, the face loses its brightness. Wrinkles and fine lines around the nose and mouth area start showing, thus making the face look very jaded besides making the concerned person lose his / her confidence. However, a facelift surgery can surely take care of this unwanted problem. Your face not only looks younger but also makes you feel younger from inside. If you are seeking to undergo this treatment in India, Tour2india4health Group seems to be a very good choice. Right from world-class facilities to very good doctors, this medical tourism company offers you all.

Candidate for Facelift Surgery:

The following factors that can affect whether or not an individual is a good candidate for face lift surgery:

• Skin elasticity: An optimal face lift candidate will have skin that retains some flexibility. This is important because facelifts stretch the facial skin to remove wrinkles. Successful healing with maximum results depends on having skin that is still fairly supple.

• Strong bone structure: An optimal face lift candidate will have a well-defined underlying bone structure to provide support and contribute to satisfying results. Patients with weak features may benefit from facial implants as an alternative or an addition to a face lift.

• Realistic expectations: An optimal face lift candidate will understand not only what face lifts can accomplish, but also the limitations of facial plastic surgery procedures. Consulting with a qualified plastic surgeon can help a patient attain the information needed to make the right decision about face lift surgery.

• Good overall health: An optimal face lift candidate will be generally healthy and will inform his or her surgeon of any preexisting medical conditions well in advance. A face lift is an invasive surgical procedure that requires significant healing and recovery, so it is essential that the patient be physically prepared for surgery.

• Loose skin on the face or neck: An optimal face lift candidate often wants to remove excess skin from the face or neck, tightening skin and removing wrinkles simultaneously. The surgeon trims the loose skin during the procedure.

Preparation for Facelift Surgery:

• Your surgeon will provide you with specific instructions to follow before your facelift surgery. They will include a list of dos and don'ts about eating, drinking, and what kinds of medications you can and cannot take before your surgery.

• You will likely be told to give up smoking for two to four weeks before surgery because smoking interferes with your ability to heal. You will probably be told to avoid aspirin for a week or more before your facelift as well.

• If your hair is very short, consider letting it grow out a little before surgery. Longer hair will make it easier to hide the scars as they heal.

• It is always a good idea to ask plenty of questions and to plan ahead for your recovery. Planning post-operation care is an important part of the first few days of healing and every patient should take time to allow the body to heal during this period.

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Facelift Surgery Type: Following are the procedures related to the facelift:

• Full Facelift – This procedure involves a tightening of the facial skin around the entire face. A neck lift is performed at the same time to provide facial and neck results that match.

• Upper Facelift –This procedure is designed to target the upper half of the face, most notably the cheeks all the way to the jowls.

• Lower Face and Neck Lift –This procedure is performed to target the lower third of the face, which includes the jowls and upper neck area. Underlying structures are tightened and excess skin is removed.

• Suture Neck Lift –The neck skin is reshaped for a more youthful contour with no skin removal. Dermal collagen strip made from bovine (cow) tissue may be used to suspend the sagging tissues. The bovine filler is eventually replaced by your natural human tissue.

• Lower Face and Neck –This procedure is performed to improve the look of sagging in the lower half of the face and neck.

• Classic Neck Lift –This procedure’s primary goal is to remove excess, sagging skin from the neck region and reestablish the sharp neck contour.

• The S-Lift –This procedure works well for patients with sagging along the jaw line and top half of the neck. Surgeon performs neck reconstruction using a muscle reattachment technique, tightening of the facial support system (called SMAS) and liposuction if necessary. Compared to the full facelift, the S-Lift has reduced downtime and recovery (about one week).

After Facelift Surgery:

Pain is minimal and relieved with oral medications for a day or two after the facelift procedure. Bruising and swelling

subsides in 7 to 14 days. The patient will then be able to return to work and social situations but may be advised to avoid the

sun for several weeks. Scars will fade considerably over time and are hidden by the hairline. Results generally last 10 to 15


Aftercare Post Facelift Surgery:

The face is bandaged to avoid hematoma formation. You will spend the next few hours after Face Lift in the recovery room to

ensure that there is no bleeding and will be allowed to go home the same or the following day after the cost effective Face

Lift procedure. Be gentle with your face and hair in the next few weeks as your face will be tender after the Face Lift. The

stitches are removed after a week of your Face Lift and you will be able to enjoy your new and improved look soon enough.

Stitches in front of the ear are removed within the first week, and the rest of the sutures will be removed within two weeks.

Makeup may be worn to conceal bruising. By ten to fourteen days non-strenuous work and light exercise may be resumed.

After four to six weeks, more strenuous exercise may be resumed.

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Facelift Surgery Advantages:

• Your skin will be firmer, tighter and fresher looking. You will have a younger looking appearance.

• You will notice that any wrinkles and the effects of exposure to the sun and wind have disappeared.

• The results of facelift surgery can last for up to ten years. • Restoration of a youthful configuration to human face’s muscles

, fat, and connective tissue and skin. One of face-lift surgery’s advantages is improved facial contour.

• An intangible benefit may be a boost in human self-esteem.

• It rejuvenates the face of older people. The rejuvenating effect will be more impressive if the aging marks such as wrinkles and hanging skin are more pronounced.

• Most effectively treats problem areas present in the lower facia l regions such as the jowls and neck.

Facelift Surgery Risks:

Temporary swelling, dryness in the skin, numbness, can be felt. For men the beard-growing area is repositioned or shifted. You can also feel the muscle tightening and light injuries in the earlier days but that cures with the after surgery medicines and proper care of the skin.

Facelift Surgery Alternative:

Facelift surgery alternative is laser treatment. Some lasers will modestly tighten the skin, but there is no real way to correct jowling or a sagging neck without surgery. Botox can be injected to relax platysmal bands (bands in the neck skin). Fillers can modestly lift the cheeks; for jowls and sagging skin, though, facelift surgery is by far the best.

Facelift Surgery India:

Facelift surgery in India is done at various cities according to the patient’s comfort. Some of the reasons to consider facelift surgery in India are:

• Medical tourism in India is growing by 30% on an annual basis.

• The prime advantage is the cost savings with respect to medical treatment and surgeries. Many of the Indian hospitals, serving international patients, have state-of-the-art infrastructure, highly educated doctors and top-notch services but the figure on that price tag is a fraction of what it would be in developed countries.

• There are no waiting lists or delays to contend with, due to insurance issues or unavailability of doctors etc.

• The Government of India has recognized the economic potential of medical tourism. It has facilitated travel by introducing a special visa category known as ‘medical visa’ for patients as well as introduced tax incentives for hospitals.

• Travel in India has become easier and much faster due to introduction of private airlines. Access to Internet in India is considered to be one of the cheapest in the world and communication facilities are well established.

• Post facelift surgery patient can visit different tourist locations like Goa and Kerala that has one of the best beaches in the world.

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Cost of Facelift Surgery in India:

Surgery cost in India is lowest when compared to any other developed countries in the world. Patients from all around the globe visit India for different medical procedures as they get the treatment done at low cost with best results that they can get. Following is the cost difference in India and other countries.

Facelift surgery in India is available in following cities:

Mumbai Hyderabad Kerala

Delhi Pune Goa

Bangalore Nagpur Jaipur

Chennai Gurgaon Chandigarh

Facelift Surgery in India offered by Tour2india4health Group:

Facelift surgery in India is offered to international patients, by Tour2india4health Group with best services for Facelift surgery in India that too at low cost. In addition to medical services, it also provides complete transport, travel, accommodation and tourist assistance to the patient and his family. Patient just has to send a query and he/ she will be assisted by one of the executives within 24 hours. And all the arrangement will be done as per the patient’s convenience.

Some of the common countries from which patients travel to India for surgery are:

USA UK Canada

Australia New Zealand Nigeria

Kenya Ethiopia Uganda

Tanzania Zambia Congo

Sri Lanka Bangladesh Pakistan

Afghanistan Nepal Uzbekhistan


Located in South Asia, bordered by Pakistan, Nepal, China and Bangladesh, India is South Asia's largest, sovereign, democratic republic. India has an edge over other countries when it comes to offering comprehensive, cost-effective and timely medical care: it also offers an exotic, adventure-filled or cultural -if you wish array of destinations to discover and revel in for the travelers. Indian cities like Mumbai, Hyderabad, Goa, Bangalore, Nagpur, Kerala, Delhi, Pune, Jaipur, Chennai, Gurgaon, and Chandigarh offers best medical tourism service.

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Facelift Surgery Patients Testimonial:

Lou Anne, USA Body lift and facelift surgery

I am Lou Ann from USA and I came for my facelift surgery in India through Tour2india4health with the best facelift surgeon in Mumbai India associated with Tour2india4health. Getting a facelift surgery back there in US is very expensive. And I knew about medical tourism in India offering the best medical facilities in India at a low cost. Therefore, I started looking for medical tourism companies in India, which can help me getting my facelift surgery in India at a low cost. I will be more than happy by recommending the services from Tour2india4health for low cost Facelift surgery in India with the best facelift surgeon in Mumbai India associated with Dr. Dheeraj Bojwani and tour2india4health.

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Knee Replacement Surgery in India

Knee replacement surgery also known as knee arthroplasty is procedure to replace the weight-bearing surfaces of the knee joint to relieve the pain and disability of osteoarthritis. It may be performed for other knee diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis. The procedure has been proven to help individuals return back to moderately challenging activities such as golf, bicycling, and swimming. Total knees are not designed for jogging, or sports like tennis and skiing (although there certainly are people with total knee replacements that participate in such sports). Knee replacement is a routine surgery performed on over 600,000 people worldwide each year. Over 90% of people who have had Total Knee Replacement experience an improvement in knee pain and function.

Knee Replacement Surgery Candidates A person would be considered a candidate for knee replacement if there is:

• Daily pain • The pain is severe enough to restrict work, recreation and ordinary activities of daily living

• Significant stiffness in the knee

• Significant instability (constant giving way) of the knee • Significant deformity (knock-knees or bow-legs) that hinders normal function of the knee

• Damage from arthritic conditions, such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis or post-traumatic arthritis

Success Rate of Knee Replacement Surgery: Knee replacement surgery is recognized as a miracle of modern surgery. Most orthopedic experts consider replacement to be the best method of handling arthritis in the knee. Knee replacements have literally put hundreds of thousands of Americans back on their feet and allowed them to enjoy their golden years.

Knee Replacement Surgery Preparations:

• If you smoke, cut down or quit. Smoking changes blood flow patterns, delays healing and slows recovery.

• If you drink, don't have any alcohol for at least 48 hours before surgery.

• Ask your doctor for pre-surgical exercises. If you are having hip or knee replacement surgery, doing exercises to strengthen your upper body will help you cope with crutches or a walker after surgery.

• Your primary care physician or an internist will conduct a general medical evaluation several weeks before surgery. This examination will assess your health and your risk for anesthesia. The results of this examination should be forwarded to your orthopaedic surgeon, along with a surgical clearance.

• Shortly before your scheduled surgery, you will probably have an orthopedic examination to review the procedure and answer any last-minute questions.

• You may need to take several types of tests, including blood tests, a cardiogram, a urine sample and a chest X-ray.

• Advice your surgeon of any medical conditions you have and of all the medications you are taking. You may need to stop taking certain medications or your surgeon may recommend substitute medications until your surgery. Medications such as corticosteroids, insulin or anti-coagulants will need to be managed before and after surgery.