LIQUID FACELIFT TO REMOVE WRINKLES
On the morning radio program I listen to, they were talking about plastic surgery the other day, specifically something called a liquid facelift. I didn’t get all the details but it sounded very promising and the person said it wasn’t surgery like a regular facelift. Can you explain what this is?
A liquid facelift is a technique that uses Botox or Dysport to weaken certain facial muscles that cause wrinkles and pull the forehead down. By weakening these muscles, the forehead and brows are lifted and wrinkes disappear or are improved significantly. Facial fillers such as Restylane/Perlane and Juvederm/Juvederm Ultra Plus are used to fill out areas of volume loss that are seen with aging and to camouflage jowling. The results can be excellent with little or no downtime. The results obtained with surgical facial rejuvenation are typically more dramatic and do last significantly longer.