Facelift surgery which is also known as rhytidoplasty is usually booked by people that would like to tighten the skin, smooth out any wrinkles and rejuvenate their appearance.
The surgery is invasive and is performed under general anaesthetic.
There are three varieties of facelifts offered by cosmetic surgeons. These are:
An incision is made in the hairline and the skin is pulled to be tightened and repositioned.
Keyhole surgery is used and several small cuts are made for the instruments and the camera lens.
Minimal Access Cranial Suspension (MACS)
Short incisions are made in the temple and in front of the ears.
Both the browlift and the MACS procedure have a shorter recovery time than the full facelift.
As a facelift is an invasive procedure, it can take up to a year for bruising, swelling and changes in skin sensation to settle down.
We understand that it can be extremely difficult to talk about complications with your facelift and can be unnerving not knowing what to do next. We have trained specialist Solicitors that can provide you with support and speak the cosmetic surgery company on your behalf.
Matthew qualified as a Solicitor in 2009 and has worked in the personal injury field ever since, working in most areas of personal injury work. He has substantial experience in dealing with accidents in the workplace and accidents in public. He also heads up the Travel Claims Department which deals with accidents abroad in many areas such as road traffic accidents, package holiday accidents, cruise ship holidays and accidents on an aircraft.
Carl qualified as a Solicitor in 2000 and has specialised in the personal injury matters ever since. He has substantial experience in dealing with accidents in the workplace accidents, accidents in public and serious road traffic accidents.
Suzanne has worked for Aequitas Legal since 2013, having worked in personal injury since 2008. She specialises in beauty negligence claims having helped various clients in relation to hair dye, eyelash and tattoo claims. In addition, she deals with a variation of RTA, employers liability, public liability and occupiers liability claims.
Diane works as assistant to Carl Davies, Senior Associate Solicitor, providing support on a varied caseload.
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