Kardiolita Hospital

Laser Skin Resurfacing vs Facelift: Making the Right Choice when Going Abroad for Laser Skin Resurfacing or Facelift


Vilnius, Lithuania -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/14/2016 -- Laser skin resurfacing is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that helps remove skin layer by layer with precision, resulting in significantly improved appearance of wrinkles, scars and lines.

Facelift, however, is a totally different procedure, and the only procedure available to correct a lot of excess skin, especially in the next area.

Many times, patients are not sure which treatment they should choose, and believe that laser skin resurfacing and facelift are alternative treatments.

"While some people would come to our doctors asking which they should choose – face lift surgery or laser skin resurfacing procedure – we always let them know these are two procedures that work well as an adjunct, but certainly are not considered alternatives one to the other. This is why, especially for patients from other countries, we advise to consult with our specialist before coming for the procedure – only doctor specialists can advise on the best treatment for that patient, in that specific case". – says Andrius Jonutis, the General Deputy Manager at Kardiolita Private Hospital in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Laser Skin Resurfacing VS Facelift: Making the Right Choice

Laser Skin Resurfacing can be done alone or with other cosmetic surgeries on the face - laser skin resurfacing is often chosen to be performed together with face lift surgery on the same visit, especially when going abroad for laser skin treatments.

Laser and peel procedures can definitely correct significant wrinkles, but only a facelift will correct a lot of excess skin, especially in the next area. To do anything else would be wasting time and money.

"The facelift surgeries are much more natural now than what they used to be years ago - and the recovery is usually about a week. Sometimes, that's even less than a Laser procedure or Peel for significant wrinkles." – Andrius Jonutis adds.

While laser skin resurfacing manages deep wrinkles and improves pigmentation problems, it is not an alternative to a facelift as it does not overall tighten the skin significantly.

At Kardiolita hospital, laser skin laser treatment prices start at 200 Eur, which is significantly lower than in other European countries and therefore is a huge deciding factor for patients from abroad.

Visit http://www.treatmentinlithuania.co.uk/dermatology-laser-procedures for more information.

To schedule an appointment or with any questions, send a message to: http://www.treatmentinlithuania.co.uk/send-message. Alternatively, please call +44 (0) 203 290 0070 to get all your questions answered.

About Kardiolita Hospital
Kardiolita Hospital is the leading private general hospital in Lithuania, accredited by the JCI and working by the highest industry standards. Established in 1998 Kardiolita Hospital provides full range of medical services – from comprehensive diagnostics to various surgical treatments within many medical areas. Kardiolita Hospital employs 200+ highly qualified Lithuanian doctors with extensive international experience and treatment performance of more than 45+ medical areas. The hospital has long-term experience in treating international patients.

Contact Information:
Contact person: Andrius Jonutis – Deputy CEO
Kardiolita Hospital
Phone: +44 (0) 203 290 0070
Laisves Av. 64a, Vilnius, Lithuania