Cambridge University Hospital consultant plastic surgeons are all BAAPS / BAPRAS members and are available to perform facelift operations. Our cosmetic nurse advisors (registered nurses) offer complimentary consultations prior to your next step consultation with the surgeon: helping you make an informed decision.
What's involved in getting a facelift?
A facelift, also known as rhytidectomy, is an operation to lift up the facial skin and underlying muscles, so that your face has a tighter and smoother appearance. It can provide you with a more youthful appearance.
There are several different techniques used by Spire Cosmetic Surgery to perform a facelift. In a full facelift your surgeon will make a surgical incision right around your hairline, past the front of your ear and sometimes under your chin then carefully remove excess skin and fat and tightening the muscles. Facelifts are sometimes also performed only on the brow area, lower face, or neck.
A facelift is performed under a general anaesthetic and you will usually need to stay in hospital for one or two nights.
Facelift surgery from Spire Cosmetic Surgery
With Spire Cosmetic Surgery you can select to see the consultant surgeon of your choice at a time that suits you. Read more about why Spire is the trusted choice for cosmetic surgery. You can be assured of our commitment to the highest healthcare standards.
How much does a facelift cost?
If you would like to know the price for facelift surgery, simply call your preferred Spire location to speak to a cosmetic treatment adviser, send us an online enquiry or request a callback and we will be in touch.
How can I find out more about facelift surgery?