Are you interested in improving the appearance of sagging skin with a facelift – but not sure how long you should plan to spend in recovery?
As it turns out, you may be back to your normal routine a lot sooner than you think. Take a look at the average recovery length of a facelift procedure, including what to expect from your facelift recovery. View More Patient Results
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Average Length of a Facelift Recovery
At Awaken Aesthetics (located in Torrance, CA), our facelift patients can expect to take about one to two weeks off from work. This is when patients experience the majority of facial swelling and bruising, so you can expect the same from your own facelift recovery.
Patients are also required to wear facial coverings for this period of time, as it helps reduce post-surgical swelling.
Usually, by week three, patients can gently cover up any residual bruising with makeup and start to return back to their normal lifestyle.
By Aweken Aesthetics| 2020-11-20T08:32:01-08:00 October 20th, 2020|
Are you interested in getting a facelift procedure – but not so sure if your work schedule can accommodate your recovery?
It’s a common question that’s asked in plenty of consultations, as many of our patients are concerned that their recoveries may interfere with their work lives. That’s why we’re about to explore the average time it takes to return to work after a facelift, including how to have a smooth and successful facelift recovery. View More Patient Results
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Returning to Work After a Facelift
While every patient is different, most individuals can expect to return to work about one week after their facelift procedure. The exception to this rule is if you work in a more manual job, as your physical activity will be limited in the first few weeks of recovery. For this reason, some patients may not be able to return to work for two weeks.
Your board certified plastic surgeon will give you the green light for when it’s time to go back to work.
How to Have a Smooth Facelift Recovery
Whether you’re […]
Is there a big event coming up that you want to look absolutely stunning at?
Whether it’s a wedding or a high school reunion, there’s no denying that we all want to look fresh-faced and youthful at a major life event. That’s why so many people look into getting a facelift in order to prepare for this event. If you’re considering doing the same, you might be trying to plan out your recovery so you’re at your very best appearance before the event.
So when it comes down to it, when should you get a facelift before an event?
Here’s how the timeline of your facelift recovery will work:
- The facelift procedure itself will take about 3 to 5 hours to perform. During this time, your plastic surgeon will make small incisions within the hairline and behind the ears to access key facial muscles. These muscles are pulled taut to address sagging; excess skin is trimmed to show off new results.
- You’ll need to take about a week off of work; some patients may opt to take two weeks off of work to give bruising and swelling a chance to subside. You can usually wear makeup after the second week.
- For the first six weeks after the procedure, you’ll […]
If you’ve been struggling to treat the appearance of jowls, facial wrinkles, and sagging skin with over-the-counter beauty products, you’re in luck: there are more cosmetic treatments than ever dedicated to giving a youthful appearance back to your face. At Awaken Aesthetics in Torrance, CA, we’re proud to offer two innovative treatments designed to tackle facial aging:
Both treatments can lead to excellent results, with highly satisfied patients who can’t wait to show off their invigorated new appearance. However, these treatments are designed to tackle different components of facial aging. So when it comes down to it, which is better: a Vampire Facelift, or a traditional Facelift?
A Vampire Facelift is an innovative non-surgical procedure that uses platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy to revitalize tired, aging skin. During the first part of this procedure, a few teaspoons of blood are drawn from the upper arm and placed in a centrifuge for platelet removal. The second part involves using a micro-needling device to inject the platelets into the facial region. Growth factors in the platelets increase cellular turnover, which helps address:
- By Eric Ahn| 2018-09-20T00:11:01-07:00 August 22nd, 2017|
If you’re tired of using anti-aging products to no avail, or you’re frustrated by the slow march of skin toward your jawline, it might be time to consider undergoing a facelift procedure. Yet making the decision to undergo this procedure might be the easy part – choosing which particular facelift type could prove to be more challenging.
Not all facelift procedures are created equal. While there are different surgical methods for performing a facelift, there are generally two types of facelift procedures available: a full facelift and a mini-facelift. Your particular facial aging will determine which procedure you’re a candidate for, as well as what results you can expect from your surgery.
- Where is your sagging most prominent? The type of facelift you might need can be determined by where your sagging is located. If sagging is more prominent around the neck and jawline, a mini-facelift might be a more appropriate procedure. This surgical treatment addresses sagging muscles and skin only in the lower part of the face. If your sagging is more obvious around your face, a full traditional facelift may be a better option.
- Do you […]