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WHAT IS A LIQUID FACELIFT?
Have you heard the term, “liquid facelift” or “liquid lift?” This term commonly refers to the use of dermal fillers combined with BOTOX® Cosmetic or Dysport® for men and women who are interested in a non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedure. A liquid facelift can help patients who aren’t ready for a facelift or not interested in a surgical approach to address the visible signs of facial aging.
A liquid facelift can treat a variety of visible signs of aging that affects your face due to wrinkling and volume loss. A liquid facelift can address:
- Moderate wrinkles
- Facial volume (hollowed cheeks and skin folds)
- Minor sagging/loose skin
- Under-eye bags and dark circles
Using high quality, FDA-approved injectable dermal fillers, the doctors at The Institute of Aesthetic Medicine can improve jowls, nasolabial folds or smile lines, marionette lines, and other wrinkles that may occur with aging or weight loss.
WHAT INJECTIBLES AND FACIAL FILLERS ARE USED IN A LIQUID FACELIFT?
BOTOX® Cosmetic and Dysport® used by Dr. Paul N. Afrooz are neurotoxins that help to relax muscles, and in small doses smooth wrinkles and forehead folds and furrows. The dermal fillers offered at The Institute of Aesthetic Medicine including, Juvéderm Ultra®, Restylane® & Juvéderm Voluma®, are effective in lifting and adding volume to a man or woman’s face to achieve a non-surgical facelift.
WHY SELECT THE FACIAL REJUVENATION DOCTORS AT THE INSTITUTE OF AESTHETIC MEDICINE FOR YOUR LIQUID FACELIFT?
The skill and experience of your facial injector is important to produce natural-looking results and to achieve your facial rejuvenation goals. Dr. Paul Afrooz, plastic surgeon and fellowship-trained aesthetic surgeon has the experience and skill to achieve optimal results.
To learn how a non-surgical Liquid Facelift can improve your facial appearance, please call our please call our Miami office at 305.854.8828 to schedule your consultation with Dr. Paul N. Afrooz.