- April 7th 2018
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- General Public
The liquid facelift is the latest trend in non-surgical aesthetic medicine. Simply put, it is a combination of advanced dermal fillers, such as Restylane, Pluryal, Juvederm, and Radiesse, and neurotoxins, such as botulinum toxin A in Botox or Dysport. It is also possible to have a liquid facelift procedure done without the neurotoxin component.
The term “liquid facelift” is somewhat of a misnomer because it is not really a facelift. However, when a liquid facelift is done correctly and skillfully, it is possible to achieve an extremely satisfying outcome, albeit not of the same caliber as a surgical facelift. A liquid facelift is often recommended to patients who are anxious of undergoing surgical treatments, or who are simply not good candidates for surgery.
The liquid facelift technique can significantly improve a patient’s appearance. It is effective in reducing the appearance of wrinkles and folds, contouring the face, and giving an overall youth [Read more]