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Liquid Face Lift

What Is Liquid Face Lift?

For an effective treatment plan it is important to identify key areas and understand the aging process for each individual based on their current lifestyle and the expectations that they may have. It is natural that as one ages, the plumpness of the youthful skin diminishes and wrinkles and folds begin to appear.

The Liquid face lift is a technique wherein eight distinct areas of the face are marked and enhanced for an attractive face. Usually the soft tissue volume in each of these eight areas is what gives the female face its youthful, smooth curves; and gives the male face its strength and structure. The idea behind the 8-point face lift is that we don’t age only in one part of the face, so treating only one area will not give the ideal cosmetic rejuvenation that men and women require as they age.

What To Expect?

The Liquid Face Lift is a specialized volumising and lifting facial treatment, also referred to as a non-surgical facelift or 8-point facelift. The treatment uses dermal fillers to enhance and lift the face for a total rejuvenating effect. The process for 8-point face lift involves three sessions. The first session would be a 30 minutes consultation where in our doctors would examine your face and talk to you in depth about what would you like to achieve before beginning the treatment. In your second appointment, which would be scheduled a week weeks later, dermal fillers will be used around the eyes and cheek bones to give your face a more defined look and to restore volume. Your doctors may also recommend fillers to restore fullness and reshape your lips, chin and nose. Your third appointment will take place about six weeks later and the treatment at this stage will depend on the results achieved at our previous session. The doctor will assess your progress and add the final finishing touches as required. It is important that the final results are natural and subtle looking without being overdone.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Liquid Facelift?
Does the Liquid Facelift require surgery? Do I need general anesthesia?
How long does a Liquid Facelift last?
Is the procedure painful?
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Why would I choose a Liquid Facelift rather than the traditional surgical Facelift?
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Who is a good candidate for a Liquid facelift?
Can I have a Liquid Facelift procedure done if I’m pregnant?
Is the Liquid Facelift procedure FDA approved?