Temporal Lift | Dr. Yavuz Ozsular

Temporal Lift

Anesthesia
General
Operation Period
1-2 Hours
Pain
2/5
Recovery
7 Days
Hospital Stay
1 Night
Dressing Period
Thin tape 5 days
Corset
-

Temporal Lift

Your eyebrow area is one of the first parts of your body to show signs of aging, especially when gravity takes its toll. Your eyebrows are now downwards thus:

  • Put pressure your eyes and glance
  • Make you look more tired, anxious, and unhappy
  • Make you look older than you actually are
  • Make your temples look saggier

Temporal lift surgery cuts a 1-cm incision through your hair with an endoscopic camera and proceeds under your skin. Next, the surgeon releases the structures in your temporal (temple) region into your deep plan and repositions your eyebrows and temples.

Temporal lift is effective and permanent. It is ideal for people who don’t have too much sagging around their temple area and whose eyebrow and temple area is located in the lower position.

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    Anyone 18 or older can have this procedure done. If you’re younger but do not suffer from genetically transmitted droopy eyebrow or deformation, then we do not recommend the procedure at young ages.

    This procedure is applied to people who are over 35 and don’t suffer from excessive deformation.

    During your examination, Dr. Ozsular first will listen to your complaints, expectations, and histories of operations and procedures. Your age, your degree of sagging, your face structure, location of your eyebrows, your eye structure, your skin quality, and your expectations are important criteria in planning surgery.

    Then, he’ll photograph your face from different angles for medical record and planning and to give you a preview of what your results may look like using photos and simulation. He’ll give detailed information about the operation.

    Dr. Ozsular may tell you to temporarily stop using certain medications – in which case you should do so.

    Try to reduce how much salt you consume as well a few days before the surgery. This will reduce your risk of developing edema.

    Since the surgery will be conducted under general anesthesia, you will need to fast for at least six hours prior to the procedure. (If you forget to do so, your surgery may be postponed or canceled.)

    Don’t wear make-up.

    Don’t wear nail polish or enamel.

    Don’t wear wigs. Don’t wear any jewelry (including piercings) – your body should be free of metal.

    You will probably return home on the same day. Therefore, you do not need to pack an overnight bag with you. If you come to surgery and go home in the same clothes, then you ought to wear something with wide neck area and a zipper at the front.

    On the morning of the surgery, you will be taken to your room to rest. Your final preparations for the surgery will be conducted. Dr. Ozsular and his assistant will come and visit you.

    The doctor will begin shaping your temporal region as soon as you’re placed under anesthesia.

    At the end of the surgery, he’ll photograph your new face, tape the area, and slowly wake you up. In addition, before you are awakened, you wake up comfortably with local anesthesia and you will not feel any pain.

    You do not feel any pain and ache while awaking from the surgery. You may feel dizzy for the first few hours after the surgery– this is caused by the effects of general anesthesia. This is normal and temporary.

    Your face may feel slightly tight – this is normal.

    You’ll be given analgesics to take for first days so that your pain doesn’t continue.

    You will develop swelling and edema 2 to 3 hours after the surgery – this is normal, and will subside three days later. To make the process easy, you can apply a cold compress on your face (as prescribed by the doctor). You may develop ecchymosis – it will depend on the nature of your skin and how it responds to trauma.

    You can start eating again 4 hours afterwards – albeit light (generally soup).

    You shouldn’t need to stay in hospital after the surgery. If you feel okay, you can go straight home or back to your hotel.

    You shouldn’t do heavy labor – especially anything that’ll make your pulse rise – for the first week after you leave hospital.

    You also shouldn’t take long bed rest. That said, you can go for little walks, and even sunbathe (provided you cover your head) and mostly lay down.

    For the first 5 to 7 days (until your bandages get removed), you can take short (10-15 minute) showers under warm water. While washing your face, approach your eyebrows and temples sensitively.

    If you want your swelling to heal faster, you should keep your head up.

    You’ll be able to return to your normal routine 7 to 10 days after the surgery.

    You can start wearing contact lenses again 1 week after the surgery.

    Avoid having other procedures done to your face for at least 15 days after the surgery.

    Avoid moving your eyebrows excessively for the first 5 - 7 days.

    Your eyebrows and temples will have assumed their final new shape 2 to 3 months after the surgery.

    The surgery takes 2 to 3 hours on average. This may prolong if any additional procedures are planned.

    Yes, they are (and not to mention effective!), since your tissues are surgically moved/lifted from your deep plan. That said, no surgery can prevent you from aging. You may need this procedure done again, as it will only make you look 10 to 15 years younger.

    Yes, but only on your scalp – small incisions will be made there, and they won’t be visible from a distance.

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