Common Non-Surgical Facelift Treatments
Botox, is the most commonly used non surgical treatment , botoxcauses it to temporarily muscle relax. The relaxed muscle can no longer contract and therefore cannot create a wrinkle.” Botox injections effectively treat fine lines and wrinkles between the eyebrows, forehead creases, crow’s feet around the eyes, and other wrinkles in the upper face region. And “if you have loose skin creating banding in the neck, sometimes Botox is the answer,” There are no serious side effects, the most common being temporary muscle weakness, along with redness, irritation and small swelling at the injection site.
Hyaluronic Acid-Based Fillers, Collagen-Based Fillers , Semi-Permanent Fillers, Permanent Fillers, Dermal fillers are used to fill lines and spaces, plumping them up to increase volume. They are more commonly used for the lower parts of the face.
An alternative to dermal fillers is fat transfer. Fat can be grafted from other areas of your body, then re injected into the face to strategically address the volume loss. one of the greatest advantages of fat transfer is that it produces very natural-looking long term results, lasting forever after being injected.
Sometimes referred to as the ‘non-surgical facelift’, the Thread Lift is a minimally-invasive treatment that lifts sagging areas of the face without the need for sedation or a hospital stay. It is performed under local anaesthetic and takes as little as 30 minutes, with patients able to walk-out and return home a short while after. A thread lift can help improve the appearance of sagging cheeks, deep lines and wrinkles, jowls, loss of facial volume, forehead wrinkles and even offer jaw line