Question: Is it true that men have more blood cells in their face? How does this affect those men interested in having a facelift?
Answer: It is true because of the beard. The skin supply of the male face has more blood flowing to it. This may mean that during the session there is more bleeding which increases the risk of hematoma. However, in the practical sense of the matter, surgeons who are experienced with facelifts are quite able to deal with a male or a female patient and have a good outcome with these procedures.