The risks of facelift surgery include infection, swelling and bruising, hematoma, nerve damage, asymmetry, poor wound healing, facial nerve injury, adverse reaction to anesthesia, and a change in skin sensation. Other potential risks include hair loss at the incision sites, visible scarring, and skin discoloration. In rare cases, there may be a risk of facial nerve paralysis, which can cause temporary or permanent loss of feeling or movement of the face. Furthermore, the results of a facelift may not be as expected and the surgery may need to be repeated. Most of these risks can be minimized by following your surgeon’s instructions before and after the procedure. Additionally, it is important to choose a board-certified plastic surgeon to ensure the best results.

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