Facelift and Neck lift

Before and after pictures of Mr Adamthwaite's facelift and neck lift results

Facelift, neck lift and eye bag correction (upper and lower blepharoplasties) before and after



Chin liposuction and neck lift before and after

As we age, our skin loses elasticity and becomes thinner. Loss of collagen and the soft tissues in the face can result in wrinkles and the definition of the jawline and the cheeks can be obscured. The soft tissues of the face also lose volume as we get older. We may look tired and start to feel self conscious about our appearance.

Facelifts and other complementary procedures, such as eyelid and brow surgery, are very effective. They can make you look refreshed and boost your confidence.


Mini Lift, MACS Lift, Short Scar Lift and Neck Lift

Mr Adamthwaite uses a wide range of techniques, including the mini-facelift (or mini lift), MACS facelift, short scar facelift, mid-face lift, SMAS facelift and neck lift.


He tailors his approach to the needs and wishes of each individual patient.

Length of Surgery
Procedure tailored to individual: 40 mins - 4 hours

Local or General Anaesthetic depending on type of lift

Length of Hospital Stay

From day case to an overnight stay

Time off work

2 hours to 2 weeks

Full recovery time
1 day  to 6 weeks

Best results
3 months

What will a facelift improve?

A facelift will improve the jawline.

It will improve the skin on the neck and remove fat from under the chin.

A facelift can soften the lines which run from the nose to the mouth.

What will not be improved by a facelift?

A facelift will not improve the eye and forehead region.

Many patients combine a facelift with a brow lift, eyelid surgery or botox.

A facelift does not improve lines around the lips.

Dermal fillers are very effective at softening wrinkles around the lips.

At what age should I have a facelift?

Most people who have facelifts are in their mid to late forties but facelift surgery can be performed on anyone between their early thirties to their late seventies.

Am I suitable for facelift surgery?

Heavy smokers are not suitable for facelift surgery.

Patients need to be psychologically stable and medically fit for surgery.

If you have any questions about facelift surgery and whether it is right for you, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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