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Non-Surgical facelift

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What is a Non-Surgical facelift?

A Non-Surgical facelift is the process of restoring lost volume in the face to restore fullness and symmetry providing a more youthful and glowing appearance. 

Overtime, Loss of volume in our face coupled with decreased production of elastin and collagen lead to drooping and sagging of the skin which ultimately results in the visual size of aging particularly in the face.

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In the past, the surgical technique most commonly implemented was a facelift in which the skin was pulled back to fit snugly in your face in the us eliminating the sagging caused by this loss of volume.

With advances in medical technology, the use of dermal fillers began to substitute this technique which was considered less invasive but would only provide temporizing relief because these fillers would ultimately dissolve causing the skin sagging to recur once again. Additionally, fillers are expensive, and the cost of maintenance ultimately leads to people forgoing the treatment all together

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 What Areas can be treated with Autologous Fat Transfer?

  • Temple

  • Lower eyelids   

  • Cheeks

  • Nasolabial Folds               

  • Marionette Lines             

  • Labial mental groove     

  • Lips       

  • Chin      

  • Jawline

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Now, Dermal fillers are a thing of the past. Today, the best technique for restoring lost volume in the face is with the use of autologous fat transfer a technique in which your own fat is transplanted back into the areas of the face where the most noticeable volume loss is appreciated thus restoring a more youthful look to your face. Additionally, stem cells found within the fat stimulate the collagen and elastin in the skin which provide a more glowing and vibrant look to your face. With longer, more natural looking results, its no wonder why many people are now opting for this minimally invasive, ambulatory, in-office procedure.
 

How Long Is Recovery?

  • You will be able to go home immediately after the procedure.

  • You should expect bruising, swelling, and soreness for at least a few weeks.

  • You will also have to take some antibiotics to prevent infection. Most people can return to work within a few days and get back to normal activities within 2 weeks. But every person is different.

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