Posted July 27, 2012 in Anti-Aging, BOTOX® Cosmetic, Injectables & Fillers
Liquid facelifts – it's the newest buzzword in the world of plastic surgery. The subject of countless magazine articles and websites, what's the real story behind this new procedure?
It's important to first point out that a “liquid facelift” isn't really a facelift at all – at least not in the traditional sense. Unlike its surgical counterpart, a liquid facelift requires no cutting and is
considered minimally invasive. It relies on a combination of BOTOX® Cosmetic and fillers to smooth out lines, add volume to the face and achieve a fresher, more youthful appearance.
Popular “liquid facelift” injections include:
Of course, it's important to understand that injectables have their limitations. The only way to achieve dramatic facelift results is with an actual facelift procedure. Read on to learn more.
As we age, the effects of time, gravity, sun exposure, and stress inevitably take their toll on our faces, producing wrinkles, folds, fat deposits, and loose skin. Facelift surgery aims to correct this.
Typically performed under local anesthesia combined with a sedative, a facelift is one of the most effective ways to rejuvenate the face and “shed a few years.” During the procedure, underlying facial muscles are tightened and the skin is redraped around the neck and face. Aimed at achieving a fresher, more youthful appearance, a facelift can mean all the difference when it comes to delaying the signs of aging.
To learn more about these or any of the procedures we offer, take a look around our site at Plastic Surgery NY.
Stock images of models are used throughout this website and should not be interpreted as actual patients of our practice. Individual results may vary.
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