Facelift Surgery


Full Facelift

(forehead, mid and lower facelift)

Classical Facelift

(mid and lower facelift)

Lower Facelift And Neck Lift

from € 4,525

from € 3,849

from € 3,599


  • Pre-travel online consultation;

  • Analysing your medical history;

  • Transport between an airport, clinic, and a hotel;

  • On-arrival surgical consultation;

  • A blood test before the operation;

  • Expert level surgeon to deliver your desired result;

  • Surgery with anaesthesia using modern equipment;

  • Special accessories after operation (e.g. corset, bra, etc.);

  • 1 day in our private clinic;

  • Meals of your choice from the restaurant (while at our clinic);

  • Soft and warm drinks - juice, tea, coffee, etc. (while at our clinic);

  • 24/7 medical support until the healing process fully complete;

  • Recovery massage (lymphatic massage);

  • Medication to take home (essential set);

  • Aftercare – follow-ups, GP assistance, consultations. 

What Our Patients Say

Why Choose Us?

  • The largest plastic surgery clinic in the Baltic States. The most extensive choice of private medical services;

  • 10 years in the market. One of the first started private medical practice in Lithuania;

  • The most plastic surgeons in one clinic - 6 operating surgeons; 4 orthopaedic surgeons; 1 bariatric surgeon;

  • 7 Doctors of Medicine (MD) in plastic, bariatric, and orthopaedic surgery;

  • The wide range of services in Plastic, Day, Weight Loss, and Orthopaedic Surgery; Dentistry; Dermatology;

  • No hidden cost;

  • Easy to reach locations in Kaunas and Vilnius;

  • Additional postoperative services (massages, special offers);

  • The highest level service, comfortable clinic, great food, professional and kind staff, English and Russian speaking administration, etc.;

  • Free transfer from and to an airport;

  • Safety - low error rate <1% (the world average is <7%).

Beauty & Wellness Medical Center

So far we have four clinics under our administration. In three of them you will feel like you are in a hotel, and in one clinic patients receive more individual attention for unique cases. As each patient is different, we treat you based on your specific needs and expectations. This is why it is essential for us to know your physical condition, medical condition, and medical history. Based on this information we will be able to determine which of our clinics is the best match to meet your personal needs. 
The most common procedures that our patients go through are breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction, tummy tuck, liposuction, facelift, brow lift, weight loss surgery (gastric bypass, gastric sleeve), joint replacement (hip replacement, knee replacement, etc.), etc. 
Please don’t hesitate to contact us, so that our warm and friendly staff can answer all of your questions. 

What You Need To Know About Facelift Surgery

Facial aging is a natural process that results in sagging skin, drooping eyebrows, and accumulation of fat deposits under the eyes. Deep creases develop around the corners of the nose. The chin area loses its attractive appearance when wrinkles develop around the jaw line and on the neck. The nose looks elongated, and multiple fine wrinkles appear on the face.

Facelift surgery continues to be the most effective method to rejuvenate one’s face and to look more freshly and youthfully. A facelift cannot stop the aging process, but it can rejuvenate facial contours.

During this procedure, wrinkles on the forehead can be smoothed out, the shape of eyebrows can be changed, the skin in the middle part of the face can be tighten, the sagging lower half of the face can be lifted up, or the beauty of the neck can be restored by the removal of excess fat.

The best candidates for this surgery are women or men whose face and neck show visible signs of aging, but skin still retains some elasticity and facial bone structure is well-defined. Mostly individuals aged 40–60 years undergo this surgery.

How Is the Surgery Performed?

The surgery performed under general anaesthesia, and it takes around 4–6 hours to complete depending on the extent of the procedure.
Operative incisions vary depending on the gender of a patient, haircut, hairline, age, scars following previous surgeries, and other factors. The incisions made within the hairline and in natural lines around the ears to minimize visible scarring. One more incision is typically placed in a natural skin crease beneath the chin to remove excess fat.
Depending on a surgery technique, the surgeon can perform a so-called skin-only facelift or two-layer facelift. Facial tissues tightened by placing stitches. The skin is pulled up and back, repositioned, and the excess skin removed.
After the surgery, the head and the face specifically bandaged.
If drooping brows are present, a brow lift can be made with a facelift. A facelift is often performed in conjunction with fat grafting to improve facial contours and to correct deeper wrinkles.

What Should Be Known After Surgery?

  • Following the surgery, facial swelling and bruising are usual. During the first two days, maximum swelling occurs; therefore, it is very important to apply cold compresses to the face regularly.

  • After 3-4 days, swelling begins to subside. Usually, facial swelling and bruising remain for up to 3–4 weeks.

  • The stitches removed at the fifth-seventh day after the surgery.

  • The final result of the surgery seen after 4–6 months after surgery when swelling subsides completely and surgical scars mature.

Why Lithuania?

  • Much Lower Prices;

  • One of the Best Specialists;

  • European Health and Safety Standards;

  • Up-To-Date Technology;

  • Easy and Inexpensive Travel;

  • Free Transfer From and To Airport;

  • No Hidden Costs. 


Travelling Has Never Been So Easy!

Just a few hours of flight to Kaunas International Airport (KUN), or Vilnius International Airport (VNO), and we will meet you there. Book any hotel in Kaunas, and we will take care of all your transportation requirements. Our patients love to stay in "Algiro Hotel", which is close to our main clinic. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

These safes are only intended to keep kids away from guns.

The phrase “keep kids away from guns” is a catchphrase. For a variety of social and political reasons, gun ownership in the U.S. has been reduced to a child safety issue in the minds of many people who do not own guns. In fact, people on all sides of the debates over gun control, gun laws, gun rights, and gun safety now invoke child safety to argue their points—whatever the points they’re arguing. But gun ownership is an “everyone safety issue,” as well as a sport, a hobby, and in some instances a defensive measure. If people can be convinced that handgun safes are made to “keep kids away from guns,” then they have no reason to ask themselves, “How would an adult or young adult access my handgun safe?” The owner of one of these products therefore has no reason to question whether the safe has any security vulnerabilities an adult or young adult could exploit. The owner never becomes aware of the safe’s design deficiencies, because he has no inclination to look for them. One of the greatest dangers in reducing gun ownership to a matter of child safety is that companies importing cheap handgun safes only need to convince people, through product packaging and advertising, that a handgun safe is inaccessible to a three or four-year old. If the product appears inaccessible to a small child, the product appears to fill its purpose. It doesn’t actually have to work.

These safes are not intended to permanently store firearms.

I’ll briefly explore this line of reasoning to show why this is the wrong way to look at handgun safes. We cannot expect that gun owners remove their handguns from handgun safes at night and return them to full-sized, floor-standing safes before going to bed, because gun owners tell themselves they want ready access to a firearm for that “bump in the night.” We also cannot expect that gun owners remove handguns from their handgun safes in the morning and return them to full-sized safes during the day. Gun owners tell themselves they want ready access to a firearm for defensive purposes during the day, which is also their reasoning behind getting concealed-carry permits. The bottom line: A handgun safe in any given home has a firearm inside of it. Small handgun safes (or “pistol boxes” or “lock boxes”) are used to permanently store firearms, and there is no arguing about this fact. For those who own a single handgun and who live in an apartment or condominium or townhome, a full-sized safe is not an option. There's no place to put a full-sized safe. The handgun safe is therefore the only realistic gun-security option for these people, and because of that these devices must be secure.

These safes are only intended to keep honest people honest.

This folksy-sounding platitude has the air of common-sense wisdom. In fact, the remark is meaningless. A truly honest person doesn’t contemplate breaking into your handgun safe, and therefore doesn’t need to be kept honest. In all likelihood, people making this remark are revealing their assessment of their fellow human beings: People are fundamentally dishonest. If this is your assessment, then your handgun safe better damn-well work. Which leads us back to the problem with most handgun safes on the market, and my reasons for testing them. They don’t offer real security.

These safes are only intended to prevent “smash and grab” theft.

“Smash and grab” is a catchphrase that causes people to overlook the many reasons for using a handgun safe. Handgun safes are used to prevent unauthorized access to firearms, which may involve keeping firearms out of the hands of small children, tweens, teens, adults with inadequate firearms training, or adults with mental-health issues or substance abuse problems. Individuals not allowed access to a firearm will nevertheless live in close proximity to the safe. They know where the safe is and what is inside it. Therefore, we must consider that a curious individual who is unsupervised for a period of time will have multiple opportunities to explore how to access the safe. If that individual discovers a means of covert entry into the safe, smashing the safe to grab its contents will be unnecessary.

We’re better off teaching young people safe gun handling.

This remark does not in any way address the design deficiencies of handgun safes I’ve examined, so in one sense I can ignore it. But I want to point out something that should be obvious if one gives the matter even a moment’s thought. We put young people through driver’s education to give them the best chance possible of being safe drivers. We cannot ensure that putting them through driver’s education will give them good judgment. Judgment and maturity must come with age. Not surprisingly, young people make up a disproportionate number of the fatalities on the road. They may pass their driving tests and get their licenses, but they are not always ready for the responsibility. Similarly, teaching a young person safe gun handling will not ensure that a young person has the judgment to handle a firearm. Some young people are ready for the responsibility. Others are not. In either case, we’re not “better off” teaching a young person anything without taking into consideration a certain, hard-to-define readiness factor, the knowledge we have of that young person’s ability to make good decisions.

Anybody can break into one of these safes with a pry bar if he really wants to.

The reason we should be concerned about the lack of security in the handgun safes being foisted on gun owners is that one doesn’t need a pry bar to access them. As can be seen in the demonstrations posted on this site, I have accessed these devices using paperclips, plastic zip ties, 7-Eleven Slurpee straws, and other common materials. Many of the safes can be accessed without leaving signs of entry, which means the safes can be opened, the contents can be removed and returned, and the owners of the safes would never know it.

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