Facelift Scars

Improper techniques used in facelift surgery can produce unnatural results.

Poor facelift scars appear when doctors remove too much skin or close the incision with tension on the tissue. This type of scarring can be reversed or improved in Turkey.
Failure to exercise caution and lack of attention to detail on the plastic surgeon’s part during facelift surgery can cause significant deformities or give impression of a poor facelift procedure.
Hairline problems can be prevented by utilizing the most appropriate repair techniques to avoid stepping of the hairline behind the ear. Some facelift surgery problems result in loss or movement of the sideburn.
Hair transplant surgeons employ the most artistic techniques to repair surgery scars. The incision made in front of the ear can be easily hidden or camouflaged by placing the visible portion of the incision inside the ear canal or opening behind the little lump in front of the rear called the external ear, known as the Tragus.
These areas demand the utmost attention to detail and meticulous skills to achieve a natural appearance.
Doctors can prevent causing facelift scarring by avoidable alternations in the hairline and the anatomy of the ear.