Facelift surgery

A facelift is one of the most sought after cosmetic procedures today. Right after the procedure, you will experience some lumpiness and there are basically various ways to hasten the healing process. One of the immediate solutions for lumpiness after a facelift is Kenalog. It is a steroid that can be injected directly into the lumpy area. You can inject tiny amount of Kenalog and repeat ideally every four to six weeks until such time the lumps disappear.

Another efficient way of addressing lumpiness is MLD or manual lymphatic drainage. It is a painless, non-invasive massage that efficiently unclogs lymphatic vessels thereby draining the surgical tissues to facilitate healing. The MLD treatment is given before and after the surgery. This non-invasive massage has the ability to reduce swelling and bruising and actually softens the lumps and scars.

Another helpful way to help facelift swelling and speed up the firmness is Ultherapy. It is a non invasive ultrasound that stimulates the formation of collagen that stimulates tissue tightening and lifting. This non surgical procedure will not only address the side effect of a facelift, but most importantly enhances the result of facelift. As a matter of fact, it can prolong the positive effects of a facelift.

When it comes to choosing various treatment options for a facelift, it would be a wise decision to consult people who are expert in facelift treatment. You should talk to a highly qualified facial plastic surgeon that performs extensive facelift procedures.

This is to make sure that the surgeon is proficient enough in understanding the anatomy and physiology of facelift surgery. When it comes to choosing the right treatment for lumpiness after facelift, the surgeon should first identify the root cause of lump or bump. Once the root cause is identified, then you can come up with treatments that are not only effective, but as well as safe.