Different types of non-surgical facelift procedures

Different types of non-surgical facelift procedures

With the latest procedures and improvement in technology, there is no longer a need for people to go under the knife. For anyone who wishes to get back her youthful glow, she can achieve it using a non-surgical facelift.

It is possible to get the procedure done during your lunch break and nobody will even come to know if you had it. People who are in their 40s or 60s will see improvement at once as far as they carefully choose the right fillers, fat melting agents, lasers and muscle relaxants. The reasons why this procedure is becoming popular is that it is done in a few minutes and you will not suffer any downtime. The results are natural, they are safe and they help the clients to regain their beauty without the need for surgery.

If you want to get a non-surgical facelift, the first step is to consider what has changed in your appearance over the years. The changes may be jowls, cheeks that have fallen in and lines on the mouth, pigment skin because of spots or blotchy skin with hollowness and frown lines around the eyes. These are changes that can be addressed easily by non-surgical methods. You can discuss all your options with your doctor and decide on the procedures that will suit you best.

There are different treatments to use for facelifts to achieve resurfacing superficial skin, replenishing of lost volume and tightening of deeper tissue.  

There are a number of different treatments used for a non-surgical facelift:

  • Botox injections also called Xeomin or Dysport. It is used as a common non-surgical treatment. It is an injection used for treating wrinkles and fine lines between the forehead and eyebrows.

  • Dermal fillers are used for new jowls or falling cheeks. They are used to treat facial volume loss that creates a sagging skin illusion.  

  • Fat transfer is an alternative to dermal fillers. Fat gets grafted from an area of the body and it is then re-injected in the face to deal with volume loss. Fat transfer is used to address acne scars, thin lips, smile lines and laugh lines.

  • Intense Pulsed Light, Laser Treatments, and Ultrasound

  • Kybella

  • Laser Lifts  

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