Endoscopic facelift in Egypt


What is
an endoscopic facelift ?

The endoscopic facelift performed in Egypt is a cosmetic procedure that aims at tightening the skin on the upper part of the face such as the sagging brows, bags under the eyes, wrinkles between the eyebrows, cheek and cheekbone.
This intervention allows the patient to get rid of the signs of aging that affect his facial expressions and to regain self confidence.

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How much does an endoscopic facelift cost in Egypt ?

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Endoscopic facelift : for whom ?

Endoscopic facelifts are suitable for individuals who want to address signs of facial aging such as sagging skin, wrinkles, and loss of facial volume, but prefer a less invasive approach compared to traditional facelift techniques. This procedure may be particularly beneficial for :

  1. Younger patients : Endoscopic facelifts are often preferred by younger patients who have mild to moderate signs of aging and are looking for subtle improvements without undergoing extensive surgery. It can help them achieve a refreshed and rejuvenated appearance while maintaining a natural look.
  2. Patients with minimal to moderate facial laxity : Endoscopic facelifts are best suited for individuals with mild to moderate sagging of the facial tissues. It may not be suitable for those with significant skin laxity or excess tissue, as they may require more extensive surgical techniques to achieve desired results.
  3. Patients seeking minimally invasive options : Individuals who are concerned about scarring, prolonged recovery time, and potential complications associated with traditional facelift surgery may opt for an endoscopic facelift. The smaller incisions and reduced tissue trauma associated with this technique often result in less discomfort, swelling, and downtime.
  4. Those with specific concerns : Endoscopic facelifts can be customized to address specific areas of concern on the face, such as the forehead, brows, and midface. It is suitable for individuals who want targeted rejuvenation in these areas while preserving facial expression and avoiding a "pulled" or overdone look.
  5. Patients in good overall health : Like any surgical procedure, endoscopic facelifts require patients to be in good overall health and have realistic expectations about the outcomes. Patients should have no contraindications to surgery and be willing to follow postoperative instructions for optimal healing and results.
  6. Patients concerned about scarring and hair loss : Since endoscopic facelifts involve smaller incisions placed within the hairline or behind the ears, they are preferred by individuals who want to minimize visible scarring and reduce the risk of hair loss along the incision sites.

It is essential for individuals considering an endoscopic facelift to consult a board-certified plastic surgeon who can assess the patient's facial anatomy, discuss his/her goals and expectations, and recommend the most appropriate treatment plan tailored to his/her needs.

Before the intervention

First of all, you must consult your surgeon to examine you and explain you the process of the intervention, its results, benefits, recovery…, then he will ask you questions about your medical history, the medications you are taking and whether you suffer from certain diseases or not.
You must avoid smoking and taking aspirin six weeks before the procedure.
The surgeon will ask you to do blood analysis to be sure you can undergo this intervention.

How is an endoscopic facelift performed ?

The endoscopic facelift procedure performed in Egypt is realized under general anaesthesia, it lasts approximately 2 hours depending on the case of each patient and the length of hospitalization is of 2 nights.
It is carried out thanks to the lens of a mini camera introduced through small incisions which allows to visualize on screen the sets of the instruments.
The raising of the eyebrows clears the look by unfolding the upper eyelids from which any residual excess skin is removed on demand, thus achieving a blepharoplasty superior to the minimum.
The high fixation and sometimes the increased volume of the cheekbone create a significant excess of skin on the lower eyelid. This excess skin, created at the expense of fine, wrinkled skin is removed.
The height of the lower eyelid becomes shorter, the dark circle fades and the cheekbone takes on a new, more youthful and dynamic curve.
This type of delicate and sophisticated procedure considerably limits the size of the scars.
In order to limit eyelid oedema, the eyes must remain blindfolded during the first night after surgery as far as possible and within the patient's tolerance.

Aftercare and recovery

After the endoscopic facelift in Egypt, the surgeon will prescribe you painkillers to reduce the pain.
Bruising and swelling can appear, but fade with time.
During the first days following the intervention, you must rest as much as possible and avoid strenuous activities.
You will be able to resume your professional activities after 10 to 15 days of the procedure with the consent of your surgeon.

Endoscopic facelift results

The final results of the endoscopic facelift will be appreciated after a period of 3 months to 6 months.
This intervention will allow you to obtain a youthful and natural appearance that results to a facial rejuvenation of 8 to 10 years.

What are the benefits of an endoscopic facelift ?

Endoscopic facelifts offer several benefits compared to traditional facelift techniques :

  1. Minimally invasive : Endoscopic facelifts involve smaller incisions and the use of a tiny camera (endoscope) to visualize and manipulate tissues beneath the skin. This results in reduced scarring, less tissue trauma, and a quicker recovery time compared to traditional facelifts.
  2. Precision and control : The endoscope allows the surgeon to have a magnified, high-definition view of the facial structures, enabling more precise surgical maneuvers. This can lead to more predictable outcomes and natural-looking results.
  3. Less disruption to facial muscles and nerves : With the endoscopic approach, surgeons can selectively target specific facial muscles and tissues, minimizing trauma to surrounding structures such as nerves and blood vessels. This reduces the risk of complications such as nerve damage and numbness.
  4. Shorter recovery time : Because endoscopic facelifts are less invasive, patients typically experience less postoperative discomfort, swelling, and bruising. This often translates to a shorter recovery period, allowing patients to return to their normal activities sooner.
  5. Customization : The endoscopic technique allows for greater customization of the facelift procedure to address each patient's unique anatomical concerns and aesthetic goals. Surgeons can tailor the procedure to target specific areas of the face that require lifting or rejuvenation.
  6. Natural-looking results : By preserving facial fat, muscles, and other tissues, endoscopic facelifts can achieve more natural-looking results compared to traditional facelifts, which may result in a "pulled" or overly tight appearance.
  7. Reduced risk of hair loss : Unlike traditional facelifts, which may involve incisions made along the hairline, endoscopic facelifts typically use smaller incisions placed within the hairline or behind the ears, reducing the risk of visible scarring and hair loss.

Overall, endoscopic facelifts offer patients the opportunity to achieve a more youthful and rejuvenated appearance with fewer risks and a faster recovery compared to traditional facelift techniques. However, it is essential for individuals considering any type of facelift surgery to consult a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon to determine the most suitable approach based on their unique needs and goals.