- How much does a facelift cost in Argentina?
- What is a facelift, and how does it work?
- What are the benefits of facelift surgery?
- What is the recovery time in Argentina for a facelift?
- How soon can I return to work after a facelift?
- What is the difference between a full facelift and a mini facelift?
- Am I a good candidate for a facelift?
- What are the risks and complications of facelift surgery?
- How long do facelift results last?
- Are there any non-surgical alternatives to a facelift?
- What anesthesia is used during facelift surgery?
- How to prepare for facelift surgery?
How much does a facelift cost in Argentina?
Generally, the cost of a facelift in Argentina with Dr. Bukret is lower than in other countries, and it can vary depending on factors such as the type of facelift, the extent of surgery required, and patient risk. Prices start from $2,500 to $10,000 or more.
Since facelift surgery is considered a cosmetic procedure, it is typically not covered by insurance. However, having travel health insurance is highly recommended to cover unexpected complications.
To get an upfront, accurate estimate of the cost of your facelift procedures in Argentina with Dr. Bukret, and to know your surgery risk, you can click on the link below and complete the online evaluation form for free and schedule a consultation to discuss your individual needs and expectations.
What is a facelift, and how does it work?
A facelift or rhytidectomy is a surgery that tightens and lifts the skin and muscles of the face and neck, reducing wrinkles and sagging. Incisions are made near the hairline and behind the ears, and the tissue and muscles are lifted and tightened to create a youthful appearance. Excess skin is removed, and the skin is re-draped over the new contours of the face.
What are the benefits of facelift surgery?
Facelift surgery can enhance facial features by reducing wrinkles, sagging skin, and other aging signs, providing a more youthful and refreshed look. The procedure may also increase confidence and self-esteem.
What is the recovery time in Argentina for a facelift?
Recovering from a facelift in Argentina may take 1–3 weeks, depending on the surgery’s extent.
How soon can I return to work after a facelift?
The recovery time after a facelift can vary, but patients typically need 1–2 weeks off from work. More extensive procedures may require longer downtime and limited activity.
What is the difference between a full facelift and a mini facelift?
A full facelift is for the entire face and neck, while a mini facelift is for a specific area, such as the forehead or cheek. Full facelifts are more suitable for extensive aging signs, while mini facelifts are more subtle.
Am I a good candidate for a facelift?
Good candidates are in good health, have realistic expectations, and have visible aging signs. Poor candidates include those with certain medical conditions, smoking, or obesity.
What are the risks and complications of facelift surgery?
Complications can include bleeding, infection, scarring, nerve injury, anesthesia risks, and temporary or permanent numbness, swelling, or discoloration of the skin.
It is important to discuss the risks and benefits of facelift surgery and to disclose any medical conditions or medications that may increase the risk of complications.
How long do facelift results last?
Results can last 5-10 years or more, but maintaining a healthy lifestyle and protecting the skin from sun damage can help prolong the results. Additional procedures or treatments may be necessary.
Are there any non-surgical alternatives to a facelift?
There are various non-surgical treatments to reduce facial aging, such as injectables like Botox, dermal fillers, and thread lifts, as well as non-invasive treatments like radiofrequency and ultrasound therapy.
What anesthesia is used during facelift surgery?
Facelift surgery may require local anesthesia with sedation, general anesthesia, or a combination of both, depending on the extent of the procedure and the patient’s condition.
How to prepare for facelift surgery?
Preparing for facelift surgery involves quitting smoking for at least one month before surgery, avoiding medications and supplements that increase the risk of bleeding or complications, and undergoing medical evaluations. Patients need to arrange transportation to and from the surgical facility and have someone to stay with them during the initial recovery period. We assist in coordinating these services for your comfort.
- American Society of Plastic Surgeons. (2021). Facelift. https://www.plasticsurgery.org/cosmetic-procedures/facelift
- International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. (2021). Facelift. https://www.isaps.org/procedures/facial-surgery/facelift/