What Happens During a Liquid Facelift?

If you are interested in an alternative to facelift surgery, a liquid facelift may be the ideal fix.  A liquid facelift is a cost-effective way to refresh your appearance, and restore a more youthful look.  But what happens during a liquid facelift.

What is a liquid facelift?

A liquid facelift is a facial procedure in which a combination of cosmetic injectables is used to replenish facial volume and restore a rejuvenated, youthful appearance.  The combination of injectables used will depend on the specific needs of the patient. 

What happens during a liquid facelift?

During a liquid facelift cosmetic injectables are strategically placed into different facial areas to address visible signs of aging.   Botox and hyaluronic acid fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane are the most commonly used fillers (learn more).

Botox is a neurotoxin that relaxes the muscles, so it treats dynamic wrinkles i.e. forehead lines, frown lines, and crow’s feet.   Dermal fillers restore volume to the face, and smooth out wrinkles.

A liquid facelift is a quick, simple procedure that takes only a few minutes to complete.  Injecting cosmetic fillers is relatively painless, so there is minimal discomfort during the procedure.  Patients are usually able to resume normal activities immediately after a liquid facelift.

What can a liquid facelift do for you?

A liquid facelift gives the face a vibrant, more youthful appearance by addressing sagging cheeks, nasolabial folds, marionette lines, and jowls.  It reduces wrinkles, softens facial folds, lifts sagging skin, and replenishes facial volume.

Would you like to learn more about the liquid facelift?  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Oneonta, Binghamton, or Hamilton NY areas, New York Skin & Vein Center is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.nysvc.com, or by calling (607) 224-8950.

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