Liquid Face Lift procedures have been making a noticeable impact in aesthetic medicine during the past few years. A liquid face lift can help many individuals who are concerned with any one of a variety of
issues, as well as providing an alternative for a traditional surgical face lift in a number of instances.
Something to consider when contemplating surgery is that a liquid face lift has benefits that can't be found with surgery, such as restoring natural facial contours and volume. (A growing number of cosmetic surgeons are augmenting surgery with liquid face lift products to restore natural 3-dimensional contours to the face.) Also, a liquid face lift is typically more subtle than surgery. An increasing number of individuals are trying liquid facelift procedures before traditional face lift procedures.
As compared with the potential for a liquid face lift, over-the-counter creams, ointments and other remedies rarely provide any meaningful lift, volume or contouring of facial features. (However, some topical applications can help slow facial features from needing a liquid face lift, and a few over the counter products - and several medical grade products - can enhance the endurance of liquid face lift procedures. Ask your physician.) Skin care products treat the skin from the outside and liquid face lift products treat the skin from the inside. The right mix of treatment regimens can be very complementary to maintain natural facial contours for a lifetime.
Patients who have medical histories with hypersensitivity to medicines or foreign objects, certain types of cardiovascular disease, neuromuscular disorders, or other severe health issues, should consult their doctor before undergoing any of the procedures mentioned on this
web site. A liquid face lift procedure also might not provide the type of dramatic improvement that some individuals need or desire. For those individuals, plastic surgery might be the best solution.
Another thing to consider is that most liquid face lift procedures don't provide permanent results, so an individual will need to have periodic touch up treatments over time to maintain the desired outcome. That said, if an individual maintains results with touch up treatments before the products have completely dissipated from the body, then over time the patient may need far less product and experience gradually longer intervals between touch up treatments.
You want the downturned corners of the mouth lifted for a friendlier smile - you want to look more rested and energetic - you don't like the bags, dark circles or sunkenness under the eyes - you want your upper eye lids and brows more open, alluring and vibrant - you wish your jowls weren't so noticeable - you wish you had some of the natural curves and dimensions that have flattened or squared over time - you want less wrinkles -or- maybe you want a general overhaul. But, you are worried about expense, or safety, or whether you should just go ahead and invest in cosmetic surgery…or maybe you should just stick with creams and ointments….
Most individuals considering a liquid face lift procedure have multiple concerns and desires. Many experienced liquid face lift physicians will suggest you start with one concern or desire. Correct or improve that single concern. Then maintain it
regularly for a period of time. If you - like many individuals - begin to need less product, begin to experience longer intervals between touch ups, and you are happy with the outcome, then try a second area, and so forth.
Try asking one of the experienced liquid face lift physicians or staff in your area. You can contact them via email or phone by following this link for their bios and contact information.
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Edward J. Domanskis M.D. F.A.C.S., Newport Beach, CA ~ Kevin B. Bounds M.D., Virginia Beach, VA
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Carey J. Nease MD, Chattanooga, TN ~ Vivian Bucay MD Boerne, Boerne, TX
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