Non Surgical Facelift
What is non-surgical lifting?
A non-surgical facelift is minimally invasive and fulfills the objective of improving the appearance of fine lines providing a more youthful appearance. No surgery or anesthesia is required for this procedure.
It is a procedure that takes a few minutes to perform and does not require a recovery period once it is finished and the postoperative care is minimal. In contrast, a surgical facelift requires a recovery period that can last for months, contact us for consultation.
It can be done in different facial are
as such as:
- Elevation of the cheeks
- Profile of the jaw
- Crow’s feet
- Narrowing of the chin
Non Surgical Facelift
Most facelift techniques focus on the lower facial areas, such as the jawline, double chin, and cheeks. A facelift can also target the middle of the face or forehead.
Facelift techniques are: –
–Lifting technique with Ultherapy
Ultrasound-based treatment improves wrinkles and cleavage lines, lifts the skin of the neck, eyebrows and under the chin. It consists of stimulating the production of new collagen and elastin in the deep layers of the skin with ultrasound.
-Lifting technique with Thermage
It consists of a Thermage patented radiofrequency treatment. Collagen present in the deep layers of the skin is heated to stimulate the production of new skin cells and underlying tissue. In this way, a smoother appearance is achieved with less fine lines and wrinkles.
-PRP or vampiric facelift technique
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) facelift involves taking PRP from the patient’s blood and then injecting it into problem areas of the skin. Platelets are used to regenerate the skin in the treatment of burns and skin lesions; they release growth factors that promote collagen production and achieve a more youthful appearance.
The laser is used to remove portions of skin layer by layer. It acts on the superficial layers of the skin to regenerate and achieve a smoother and more stretched layer. It also reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
Are you a good candidate for a facelift?
A suitable candidate for a facelift is considered suitable when:
- You have sagging skin in the middle of the face and/or on the jaw.
- There are deep folds that extend from the nose to the corners of the mouth (nasolabial folds).
- You have facial fat (volume) that has fallen or shifted
- You have sagging and loss of muscle tone in the lower part of the face, which results in a double chin, this as a result of sagging skin and excess fat deposits under the chin and jaw.
- You have wrinkled and sagging skin on your neck