Last fact-checked: 5 October 2020
Restore your youthful looks with facial rejuvenation abroad, saving between 50% and 70% when booking your treatment through Medical Departures.
Keep reading to see how facial rejuvenation can help you and discover reputable providers in Europe, South America, Southeast Asia and East Asia.
There are so many tell-tale signs that our skin is aging and it seems that no matter how young we may feel physically, emotionally and mentally our face is always going to tell the truth; whether we want it to or not.
Exposure to sunshine, an unhealthy diet, smoking, late nights and stress will all take their toll on your body, but most especially, your face. Fine lines appear, hairlines retreat, skin loosens, noses droop, and facial fat loses volume and clumps, settling under the chin, in eye bags or jowls.
The purpose of facial rejuvenation is to restore a youthful appearance using one or several cosmetic treatments. Depending on your cosmetic goals and preferences, facial rejuvenation can cover a vast array of surgical and non-surgical procedures, some of which are non-invasive, minimally invasive and invasive (for example, a full facelift).
By undergoing treatment abroad, patients are able to make considerable savings without having to compromise on quality; in fact, the expertise abroad at many of our top partner clinics is actually better than what some patients would expect back home.
Facial rejuvenation procedures include both surgical and non-surgical techniques and are suitable, therefore, for a wide number of people.
Minimally-invasive procedures (surgeries) limit the size of any incisions which considerably shortens recovery time. Techniques that don’t use the introduction of materials or foreign objects into the body or involve incisions or puncturing of the skin are known as non-invasive procedures.
Some people opt to have a combination of surgical and non-surgical techniques to achieve the best results.
For patients with deep lines, cheek wrinkles, loose skin, excessive fatty tissue, folds around the mouth and jowls, the facelift is the most effective treatment option. It tightens underlying muscles, removes excess fat and skin and the remaining skin is redraped to improve the facial contours. Facelifts are performed under general anesthetic and can be categorized as "upper", "lower", "mini" or "full".
Nowadays there are other surgical treatments if you don’t want to undergo a full facelift, including:
Below, we have summarized some of the most popular non-surgical treatments available at our global partner clinics:
There are a myriad of treatments to help you rejuvenate your face either by revitalizing the skin or by changing its structure. A good cosmetic surgeon and/or dermatologist will be able to advise on what is suitable for your requirements.
Book your treatment today via the Medical Departures site or call our Customer Care Team, for free, today.
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