Restore your youthful looks with a facelift in Mexico. None of us are immune to the signs of ageing but as are faces are the view we present to the world, it can be a little depressing when creams and other beauty treatments don’t cut it anymore.
Facelifts are still considered to be one of the most complete approaches to dealing with your ageing skin, including sagging, wrinkles, jowls and double chins. Modern techniques now offer a myriad of different treatments, from minimally invasive lifts to extensive surgery (rhytidectomy) so you’re bound to find a treatment that suits you and your needs without necessarily taking the full plunge of an extensive lift.
First of all, Mexico is one of the leading centers in the world for medical tourism, with thousands of people traveling here every year for treatments and procedures that are a fraction of the price they’d pay at home.
People come to Mexico for good reason. Not only are the costs significantly lower, but the quality is just as good, if not better, say a lot of satisfied patients. This isn’t surprising as Mexico has some outstanding, modern facilities with prestigious internationally accredited hospitals.
Medical tourism is booming in Mexico, and the interdependent relationship that exists between patients and practitioners fuels the growth of the industry further. A clinic, hospital or practitioner is only as good as their name – if they are delivering good quality services then this will encourage more patients, which brings in more money, which can be reinvested into bettering the services. It is very much in the interests of quality providers to continue to deliver excellence, else they will soon be out of business.
Mexico is a huge country and offers a host of different destinations and locations in which to enjoy some pre and post-surgery relaxation, from beautiful beach resorts to colonial towns and cities, offering something for everyone.
Cost is another huge factor for getting your facelift in Mexico. With savings of between 50 and 70% facial rejuvenation is affordable for many more people in Mexico.
It really depends on what procedure you have done and times can vary from 1 hour to 8 hours. Mini-lifts can usually be performed in under 2 hours, whereas a full facelift, especially if you are having a neck lift too can take up to 8 hours.
Most people find that they feel alright after a few days, but again it depends on the extent of your surgery. You may want to wait until the swelling and bruising has gone down, so it may be around a week if you have had a mini-lift. Some procedures mean that stitches aren’t removed for 10 days, and if you have major work you may not feel you look presentable to return to work for 3 weeks.
Obviously it depends on the extent of your surgery. A mini-lift, for example, may start around $5,000 in the United States, with full facelifts up to $15,000. In Mexico, full facelifts cost around $6,500 with mini-lifts at around $,2000.
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