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    Facial Aesthetics

    Today, different age groups benefit from facial aesthetic applications to eliminate signs of aging or correct facial deformities. Facial aesthetics provides a more youthful appearance by giving different parts of the face a natural and harmonious appearance. Thanks to developing technology, facial aesthetic applications that offer non-surgical solutions as well as surgical operations make it possible to have the desired appearance.

    Facial aesthetics is the general name given to aesthetic operations performed on the face, neck and décolleté area. It is preferred in cases where the shape of the face, one of the most striking parts of the face, deteriorates due to aging.

    As a person ages, sagging, wrinkles and loss of volume occur in the skin due to the loss of collagen and elastin in the facial area. Facial aesthetic surgery is the deterioration of the shape of the facial oval, which is one of the most striking parts of the face, due to aging, the formation of sagging and wrinkles, the firmness and volume of the face in youth. It may cause it to lose its smooth appearance. These changes can lead to aesthetic problems that make many people unhappy.

    Facial aesthetic surgery, one of the most commonly performed operations in plastic surgery, involves removing excess facial skin that has become loose or sagging due to aging, giving the patient a younger and more youthful facial appearance.

    Facial aesthetic applications are customized according to the person’s aesthetic expectations and needs. An expert plastic surgeon determines the most appropriate treatment plan by taking into account factors such as the patient’s facial structure, skin type, aesthetic expectations and health condition. In this way, the desired results are achieved by emphasizing the patient’s natural beauty and using a personalized approach.

    As a result, facial aesthetic applications help people feel better in terms of aesthetics and psychological aspects, while providing a natural and harmonious appearance. Working with a reliable and experienced plastic surgeon is an important factor in achieving the desired results, and it is important that the patient pays attention to proper care instructions during the postoperative period.

    Types of Facial Aesthetics

    Facial aesthetic surgeries are customized according to the person’s aesthetic expectations and needs. Some of the common types of facial plastic surgery:

    Forehead Lift

    With the aging process and decreased skin elasticity, the skin in the forehead area tends to sag, and over time, horizontal lines (forehead lines) and vertical lines (lines between the eyebrows) become evident. Forehead lift is preferred to solve such aesthetic problems and obtain a younger, vibrant and dynamic appearance.

    Forehead lift surgery is usually performed through incisions made through the scalp. In this way, the incisions are hidden in the scalp and scars remain minimal after the surgery. During the surgery, excess skin on the forehead is removed and stretched, and the appearance of forehead lines and lines between the eyebrows is corrected by lifting the eyebrows upwards.

    Forehead lift can be performed under local or general anesthesia. Surgery duration and techniques may vary depending on the patient’s needs and the surgeon’s preference. After surgery, patients often experience swelling and bruising for a few days, but these effects subside over time. After wound healing is completed, patients have a younger and more vibrant appearance.

    A forehead lift can also be combined with other facial aesthetic procedures. For example, it can be applied together with procedures such as face lift (rhytidectomy) and eyelid aesthetics (blepharoplasty), thus providing a holistic rejuvenation by considering all areas of the face together.

    Neck Lift

    Neck lift is an aesthetic surgery procedure performed to correct sagging, loosening and wrinkles in the neck area. The aging process causes wrinkles and fine lines to become evident on the neck skin. Neck lift surgery is preferred to solve such aesthetic problems and obtain a younger, firmer and smoother neck appearance.

    Neck lift surgery is usually performed through incisions made through the scalp or behind the ear. Thanks to these incisions, scars remain minimal after surgery and can be hidden. The neck skin is then stretched and corrected by removing excess skin. In addition, the aim is to reduce the lines in the neck area by tightening the neck muscles.

    Neck lift surgery can be performed under local or general anesthesia. Surgery duration and techniques may vary depending on the patient’s needs and the surgeon’s preference. After surgery, patients often experience swelling and bruising for a few days, but these effects subside over time. Once wound healing is complete, patients achieve a younger and tighter neck appearance.

    It can also be combined with other facial aesthetic procedures, such as a neck lift, facelift (rhytidectomy) or eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty). Thus, a holistic rejuvenation can be achieved by considering the face and neck areas together.

    Chin Aesthetics

    It is a general name given to plastic surgery procedures performed to correct the shape and size of the chin area or to make it more prominent. Chin aesthetics makes the jaw line and facial features look more attractive and balanced. These surgeries are preferred to improve the overall balance and symmetry of the person’s face, correct problems in the jaw structure, or add more volume to the chin area.

    Chin aesthetic surgery can be performed by different methods such as chin prosthesis, fat injection or reshaping the jaw bones. The type of procedure is determined by the patient’s needs and aesthetic goals. It is generally preferred that the procedure be performed under local or general anesthesia.

    Chin aesthetic surgery is customized to suit the person’s face shape and aesthetic goals. After surgery, patients may experience swelling and bruising that usually lasts for a few days, but these will subside over time. Once wound healing is complete, patients have a more defined and balanced jawline.

    Eyebrow Lift

    It is a plastic surgery procedure performed to correct sagging eyebrows and reduce wrinkles between the eyebrows. With the aging process and decreased skin elasticity, eyebrows tend to sag downwards. This can cause the eyes to look more tired and older. Eyebrow lift surgery allows the eyebrows to be placed in a younger and more dynamic position, giving the eye area a more youthful and vibrant appearance.

    Brow lift surgery is usually performed under local or general anesthesia. During the surgery, incisions are made to lift the eyebrows upward, taking into account the natural shape of the eyebrows and facial contours. These incisions are usually hidden within the scalp or just above the eyebrows, so that scars remain minimal after surgery.

    In brow lift surgery, different techniques may be used to lift or tighten the skin and muscles around the eyebrows and eyes;

    • Endoscopic brow lift method is a less invasive method and allows the procedure to be performed with the help of an endoscopic camera through small incisions.
    • The traditional brow lift method may require larger incisions, but more extensive corrections can be made.

    After brow lift surgery, patients may experience mild swelling and bruising that usually lasts for a few days. These effects decrease over time and when the healing process is completed, patients have a younger and more dynamic eyebrow and eye area.

    Eyelid aesthetic

    Eyelid aesthetics is a general name given to plastic surgery procedures performed to correct sagging, bagging and wrinkles on the upper and lower eyelids. Eyelid aesthetics is preferred to eliminate signs of aging around the eyes and achieve a younger and more dynamic appearance. This procedure can be applied both for aesthetic reasons and to correct problems that may negatively affect eye health.

    • Upper Eyelid Aesthetics

    Upper eyelid aesthetics is performed to correct the heaviness and tired appearance in the upper part of the eyes due to sagging and loosening of the upper eyelids. During this procedure, excess skin and fat are removed, tightening the eyelids and achieving a more youthful appearance.

    • Lower Eyelid Aesthetics

    Lower eyelid aesthetics is performed to correct puffiness and an aged appearance around the eyes due to bagging and sagging in the lower eyelids. In this procedure, the aim is to remove excess fat and skin under the eyes, reduce bags and eliminate lines around the eyes.

    Eyelid aesthetic surgeries are usually performed under local or general anesthesia. During surgery, the surgeon makes careful incisions to trim excess skin and fat, creating a more youthful, dynamic eye area. Incisions are usually hidden in or under the natural folds of the eyelid, so scars remain minimal after surgery.

    After eyelid surgery, patients may experience mild swelling and bruising that lasts for a few days. When the healing process is completed, patients have a younger and more dynamic eye area. Eyelid aesthetics can also be effective in treating serious conditions that affect the visual field.

    Prominent Ear Aesthetics

    Protruding ear aesthetics is a plastic surgery procedure performed when the ears appear to be more curved outwards or larger than normal. This procedure is preferred to correct the prominent ear deformity and give the ears a more normal and balanced appearance. Protruding ear aesthetics is generally a congenital condition and can attract attention from childhood and affect a person’s self-confidence.

    Prominent ear aesthetic surgery is usually performed under local anesthesia. During the surgery, small incisions are made behind the ear and the ear cartilage is reshaped. The prominent appearance of the ears is corrected by bringing them to a smoother and closer appearance. Since the surgeon makes the incisions behind the ear, the scars after the surgery are usually too small to be visible to the naked eye.

    Prominent ear aesthetic surgery can generally be performed in childhood, when the ears are in the development stage. However, this procedure can also be performed successfully in adults. After surgery, patients may experience mild pain and swelling that lasts for a few days, but these effects subside over time. When the healing process is completed, patients have a corrected and more aesthetic ear appearance.

    Basic Stages of Facial Aesthetic Surgery

    • The facial plastic surgery process begins with the patient having a consultation with the surgeon. During this meeting, information is obtained about the patient’s aesthetic expectations and wishes, health status, medical history and any medication use. The surgeon determines the most appropriate treatment plan by evaluating the patient’s facial structure and skin condition.
    • The surgeon creates a customized surgical plan based on the patient’s wishes and needs. It is determined which procedures will be performed, which techniques will be used and how the surgery will be performed.
    • Facial aesthetic surgeries are usually performed under general anesthesia. In this way, the patient is put to sleep and no pain or discomfort is felt during the procedure. In some cases, local anesthesia and sedation may also be used.
    • The incisions for facial plastic surgery can be made in different areas depending on the type of surgery and the procedures to be performed. The incisions are planned to leave no or minimal scars after surgery. For example, scars can be hidden by incisions made through the scalp or inside the nose.
    • Depending on the type of surgery, the skin, muscle and fat tissues on the face are shaped. Excess skin can be removed, sagging tissues on the face are corrected and the desired appearance is achieved.
    • ● The stitches used during surgery ensure that the skin is fixed in the correct position and shape. The first stage of the surgery is completed by closing the incisions and placing the stitches.
    • ● In the postoperative period, the patient may experience facial swelling, bruising and mild discomfort. Taking care of the healing process as recommended by the doctor helps reduce swelling and bruising. The healing process may vary depending on the procedures and body structure of the patient.