Some of the Things That Should Consider Before Going For Face Lift/Lift?

Dr. Jacono review
3 min readMay 2


A facelift/lift is a cosmetic procedure that removes excess skin and tightens the facial tissue. It can help reduce jowls, neck sagging, and deep folds like marionette lines. It’s important to weigh the pros and cons of a facelift before deciding to go under the knife. It’s also a good idea to consult with your doctor and ensure you understand all the associated risks.

If you want to look younger, a facelift/lift is the best option. It can correct signs of aging, such as wrinkles, deep creases, jowls, and sagging skin.

But there are some things that you should consider before going for this procedure.

First, you should understand that everyone ages differently due to genetics, lifestyle, and mental state. So, there is no ideal age for a facelift procedure.

This is also true for cosmetic facial plastic surgery procedures like blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), chin/neck lift, and skin resurfacing treatments. However, a facelift is the most effective treatment for advanced signs of aging, such as sagging skin and facial lines.

While you might not think about your weight when considering a facelift/lift, it can affect your surgical plan and outcomes. A subtle change of 10 or 15 pounds might not seem like much, but it could make a major difference in your results.

To get the most out of a facelift, you should avoid any significant changes in your weight between your consultation and your surgery date. If you decide to lose some fat, do it at a healthy pace and check in with your surgeon regularly to monitor your progress.

Smoking is a bad habit that can affect your health and the results of your facelift. It increases the risks of cancer, emphysema, heart disease and stroke. Aside from these conditions, nicotine can also interfere with the healing process after surgery. It narrows your blood vessels, which prevents oxygen from reaching tissue.

This leads to a slow healing process and can cause your skin tissues to die. Moreover, smoking can cause bruising to linger long after your procedure. This is because chemicals found in cigarettes can increase inflammation and pain.

It is very important to stop smoking before going for your facelift surgery. Doing so will help your surgeon produce better results and give you a healthier body.

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Exercise is a major part of healthy living and maintaining good overall health. It also helps you maintain a fit and toned body, which is important before surgery.

If you have a facelift or a mini facelift, it is best to avoid intense workouts and heavy lifting for several weeks post-surgery. This can cause unnecessary swelling and strain, interfering with your healing process.

Your surgeon will advise you on when to return to your normal activities and how much activity you can do safely. The ideal time to start exercising is six weeks after your facelift, but it’s worth asking your doctor for more guidance if your recovery is taking longer than expected.



Dr. Jacono review

Dr. Jacono review is a dual board certified surgeon who currently works as the Section Head of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.