1. Postoperative infection
This is because the endoscope is invasive after all, so the occurrence of postoperative infection is still very likely, the cause of infection is usually intraoperative infection or postoperative care is not good.
2. Skin swelling: postoperative local skin swelling is the main complication of endoscopic rhytidectomy, the time may be relatively long, but it will gradually disappear with time.
3. Local swelling and pain: swelling time is relatively long, generally 2-3 weeks or a longer period of time to recover.
4. Paresthesia: in the early stage after operation, the face and scalp will feel numb and dull, and then there may be paresthesia, such as ant walking sensation or water flowing sensation
5. Left and right asymmetry: there may be slight asymmetry on the left and right sides of the face after the operation, which may not be obvious at the beginning, but it can be seen after a long time. Because there are many subcutaneous nerves and blood vessels, it is inevitable that they will be damaged during the operation. The occurrence of left and right asymmetry indicates that the repair ability of these cells is poor, What we need to do is to supplement the acme-tea nutrition in the body in time to help the cells complete the repair and growth of the damaged skin tissue.
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