A liquid face lift is a non surgical alternative to plastic surgery
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In addition to BOTOX® and Dysport®, several advanced, FDA-approved dermal fillers are now in use for wrinkle correction and facial rejuvenation. Each dermal filler has unique attributes and requires subtle variations in injection technique to optimize results. An individual’s unique facial characteristics, skin conditions and correction needs will determine which products and procedures should be used for superior outcomes. This section will discuss many of the subtle, but important, variations of techniques and products that you should know about.
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Our goal is to help individuals make educated decisions about non-surgical facial rejuvenation; treatments that often require little or no “down time” and are often performed during lunch-time, offering immediate, but subtle results. Our Member Physicians contribute their insight and experience to help us bring you the latest in non surgical aesthetics and wrinkle correction.
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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 product or
procedure. Consult your physician for medical advice. Companies who manufacture
FDA-approved dermal fillers and botulinum toxins typically do not seek FDA approval for use of products in all
facial areas or procedures. Other uses are known as off label. Both on-label and off-label uses are presented on this web site, and are widely used by plastic surgeons, dermatologists and other
physicians in the U.S. and abroad. The LFLA is an association
of experienced dermal filler medical practitioners and is not affiliated with
any medical device manufacturer.