Appearance of Wrinkles over face with time is a natural process. If you do not like them, a facelift may be a answer for you.
Technically this is known as rhytidectomy, or tightening of skin with or without tightening of superficial facia (SMAS) of face.
Loose skin in the mid face
Deep wrinkles below the lower eyelids
Deep wrinkles between the nose and mouth
Loss of muscle tone in the lower face creating jowls
Loose skin and excess fatty deposits under the chin and jaw
Ideal incision is given within the hairline, above the temple and continue along or just inside the ear, ending behind the ear. This allows access to tighten underlying tissue, remove excess fat and reduce sagging skin. For this local or general anaesthesia can be given.
Swelling and redness appears after surgery which should subside within 2-4 weeks. Final results may be apparent in 1-2 months. Incision lines will continue to refine and fade for 1 year.
Ask your surgeon about any complication, anaesthesia, finance etc in detail before undergoing surgery.