facelift claims and compensation advice
A facelift, technically known as rhytidectomy, is a cosmetic surgery procedure designed to reduce wrinkles and creases and generally tighten skin on the face and/or neck.
The reasons for undergoing a face-lift are unique to each individual, but the operation is favoured by older patients because it can make people appear younger.
- Permanent nerve damage or numbness
- Bad scarring (keloid or hypotrophic) in front of, or behind the ears
- Inappropriate scarring to the face
- Over-tightening of skin
- Change in hairline
- Hair loss
- Loss of skin or discolouration of skin through infection or lack of circulation (necrosis)
- Lop-sided/ asymmetrical ears ("pixie ear" deformity)
If you’ve suffered mental or physical injury as a result of a negligent facelift operation, our lawyers understand you will have been through a traumatic and painful time. We can help get you back to your old self and look forward to your future, physically and financially.
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