• A facelift aims to create a smoother, more youthful appearance.
  • The procedure: removes and tightens sagging skin.
  • Reduces the droop of the cheeks around the jaw line.


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Facelift, or rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure to improve visible signs of aging on the face and neck. As individuals age, there are many unavoidable changes in appearance. The skin and muscles of the face region begin to lose tone and elasticity. Fat in the lower face descends, creating jowls and loose skin on the neck. Sun exposure, smoking, and a genetic predisposition can speed or worsen this process. A facelift is performed to help return the fat and skin back to the proportions of a more youthful face, but the elasticity of young skin can never be recreated.

A facelift will improve the lower face and neck more than the upper face, and some, but not all of the wrinkles will be decreased. Efforts to remove more wrinkles through facelift alone may lead to a more unnatural post-operative appearance. Options such as laser resurfacing or a chemical peel may need to be performed as an adjunct procedure.

The facelift cannot stop the process of aging. It can improve the most visible signs of aging by tightening deeper structures, re-draping the skin of face and neck, and removing selected areas of fat. A facelift can be performed alone, or in conjunction with other procedures, such as a browlift, liposuction, eyelid surgery, or nasal surgery. The forehead, eyes, and mouth will also not be improved by a facelift alone, but a variety of procedures may be performed simultaneously to help these areas.

At MCC, Facelift surgery is individualized for each patient. The best candidates for facelift surgery have a face and neck line beginning to sag, but whose skin has elasticity and whose bone structure is well defined.

Limitations with this type of surgery include the inability to create younger skin, prevent continued aging, or solve problems in your life that you feel may be due to your appearance. We cannot even tell you how long the results of your facelift will last because of the great degree of individual variation. What we can do is use our skill and best judgment to make you look as good as possible for your age.

Facelift procedures do not treat the quality of the skin. At MCC, we recommend CO2 Fractional Laser Treatment to rejuvenate your skin in order to optimise the overall result and to give you the best possible outcome. This is factored into your treatment plan.

It is important to choose a surgeon who is well-experienced and is a member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) for your FACELIFT SURGERY.

The cost of an Face Lift

Price starting from

Face Lift From £8,500
MACS Lift From £6,000
Face lift and Neck Lift From £10,000
Face lift and 2 eye lids From £8,500
Face lift and 4 eye lids From £9,200

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Disclaimer Note:

Pricing may vary depending on the consultation with our Surgeon and may vary depending on the body type and individual requirement.

Face Lift Surgeons

Our team will consult you on multiple occasions prior to your surgery or treatment. They will also check on your recovery progress following your surgery in the follow-up consultations to ensure we achieve optimum results.

Our consultations take place at My Cosmetic Clinic, 77-79 Chapel Street, Manchester, M3 5BZ.

During the consultation, we will explore your concerns and the impact they may or may not be having on you. We will discuss the background to these concerns and any relevant past medical history.

For the safety of our patients, our surgical procedures are performed in a CQC registered hospital. At the time of your consultation and the surgeon will be more than happy to answer questions.