Face Lifting

Facelift Turkey - Cost 2022

Wrinkles, fat deposits and a chin can make you look older than your natural age. If you notice that these issues are starting to affect your appearance, a cosmetic procedure known as a facelift can help you reverse the signs of aging. A facelift is a general term used to describe any cosmetic application in which the signs of aging are corrected by tightening the skin on the neck, under the chin and around the cheeks. A facelift aims to make the face appear smoother and more youthful.

Traditional facelift

A traditional facelift incision often starts at the hairline at the temples, continues around the ear, and ends at the bottom of the head. Fat can be formed or redistributed on the face, cheeks, and neck, and the underlying tissue is relocated, usually deeper layers of the face and muscles are also pulled up.

A small incision or cut can be made under the chin to tighten the skin.

Thread lifting

A thread lift is a type of procedure that uses temporary sutures to create a subtle but visible skin lift. Instead of surgically removing the loose skin of the patient’s face, the cosmetic surgeon simply hangs it up by sewing together parts of it. This causes the skin to be pulled back slightly and consequently the face is lifted and lifted.


The results of facelift surgery are long-term, but not permanent. Over time, aging and gravity will affect the results, but they can last 5-10 years.


Most patients will experience mild bruising and swelling for up to 12 days, as well as some itching as the incisions heal. The face wear will be worn for 1 week. After about 1 week, the stitches are removed for complete healing. Usually, after 2 weeks of healing, most patients manage to return to normal activities.

Average procedure time: 1-2 hours
Recovery time: 1-2 weeks
Recommended stay: 1-2 days