Procedure: Lower Facelift, Neck Lift, Upper Eyelid Lift, Facial Laser Resurfacing
Anesthesia: Local Anesthesia with Twilight Sedation
Age: 60-69 Years Old
Post Op Timeline: 8 weeks Post Op
Like many men who are active and energetic, this handsome man wanted to have a tighter neck and firmer facial features. He was referred to our clinic by one of his friends who was very happy with her results. In this before and after facelift picture, he was fully healed and ready for social activity after three weeks.
His procedure was performed with local anesthesia and mild sedation without the need for general anesthesia since his high blood pressure and heart disease are his concern. Men who passed their 50’s no longer accept the aging process and they are in search of a more attractive and younger look. Since baby boomers have a more active lifestyle in the social and business world, they want to maintain a refreshed and younger look.
This is the exact reason why many California men are seeking face or neck lift, especially in Orange County. There are a variety of neck lift techniques available for men, and the appropriate technique will be tailored to their specific needs.
Since every patient’s circumstances and healing times vary, it is difficult to give an absolute time frame for resuming an exercise routine. Weight training, for one person, may involve lifting light 3 – 10-pound weights, while another individual may be lifting considerably heavier weights. There are two things Dr. Sadati would like you to keep in mind. First, when recovering from a surgical procedure, it is important to let the body heal, especially for the first few weeks.
Most patients can resume light physical activity, like walking on a treadmill, two weeks after surgery. At the four-week mark, many patients can return to their normal physical routine. When deciding whether or not to resume physical activity, consider how long you’ve been inactive and how invasive your surgery was. Heavy lifting and strenuous activity should be avoided during the first four weeks, and you should discuss your exercise routine with your surgeon before resuming it.