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Liquid Face Lift

A Liquid Face Lift is a non-surgical procedure that can provide a mild lifting and contouring of facial features. It is used by plastic surgeons, dermatologists and other medical practitioners as a substitute for, or in addition to, plastic surgery. A liquid face lift technique will usually not provide the dramatic results of cosmetic surgery, but will provide a more subtle result.  Non surgical face lift After a liquid face lift procedure, friends and colleagues will notice that you look refreshed, but will not usually think that you have had a cosmetic medical procedure.

A Liquid Face Lift can be undertaken for the entire face or for one area, such cheek enhancement, mouth wrinkles, or circles under the eye. This non-surgical procedure can restore natural, curved dimensions that the face may lose over time. It also provides a more natural, rested look. Dermal Fillers, also called injectables, are often used in conjunction with cosmetic surgery to help restore the third dimension of the face that is not typically restored with cosmetic surgery.

Some individuals utilize a non-surgical Liquid Face Lift procedure to rejuvenate the entire face. Others undergo the procedure to lift or contour specific facial features, such as nasolabial folds, sunken eyes, and cheek depressions. Liquid Face Lift products and procedures may be used to accomplish a number of objectives when it comes to facial contouring and lifting.


Liquid Face Lift Before and After For example, bags can be masked under the eyes by using Liquid Facelift techniques; eyes can be opened up and lids lifted; jowls can be lifted and diminished; natural shape can be restored to flattened cheeks or temple areas; mouth corners can be lifted; sunken eyes can be rejuvenated; bumps on the nose can be effectively masked; as well as several other facial feature benefits.  

A non-surgical Liquid Face Lift involves the use of advanced dermal fillers, usually in combination with BOTOX® and Dysport® The injectables used are among a group of 2nd generation dermal fillers that provide more enduring results than earlier products. The new group of 2nd generation, advanced dermal fillers includes JUVEDERM® Ultra, JUVEDERM Ultra Plus, Radiesse®, Restylane®, Perlane® and Sculptra® Aesthetic.

Non surgical face lift Each of these facial rejuvenation products has unique attributes that work in their own special way to contour specific areas of the face. In general, dermal fillers replace lost volume in the face or help the body regenerate its own collagen. Precisely placed, the dermal fillers can be used to lift, shape, enhance or contour any number of facial features.  
It is common for patients who have had Liquid Face Lift procedures to say that they receive compliments on their appearance without others knowing that they have had a cosmetic medical procedure. In some instances, the results can be so uplifting that they change an individual's life. Many people who are re-entering the job market are seeking these rejuvenation procedures. As with any cosmetic medical procedure, results vary from patient to patient.

For a list of medical practitioners who perform non-surgical Liquid Face Lift procedures in your area, or to receive a special discount on a Liquid Face Lift procedure, click here.


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*This web site is designed to educate individuals about dermal filler and botulinum toxin procedure options being used by various physicians in the U.S. and abroad.  The information is not intended to be medical advice or endorsement of any particular procedure or product. Consult your physician for medical advice. Companies who manufacturer FDA-approved dermal fillers and botulinum toxins typically do not seek FDA approval for all procedures and facial areas. Many of the procedures  discussed on this site are "off-label", yet widely used by plastic surgeons, dermatologists and other physicians in the U.S. and abroad. Dermal Filler News is not affiliated with any medical device manufacturer.