NON-SURGICAL FACE LIFT

NON-SURGICAL FACE LIFT BASICS

The desire to reverse the signs and symptoms of aging is nearly universal. But for some people, procedures like a Facelift is a step too far. It’s an invasive procedure and has an extended recovery period. And, there are many who will simply avoid surgery, any surgery, at all costs.

 

But what many people don’t realize is there are a variety of non-invasive Facelift procedures – many of them that can be done over your lunch hour!

If you’re looking for a younger appearance, we recommend that you come in for a consultation. We’ll discuss all of your options and help you decide which non-invasive Facelift procedure is right for you.

NON-SURGICAL FACE LIFT BENEFITS

  • Reduced appearance of lines and wrinkles
  • Enhancement of facial contours
  • Decrease in the appearance of pores
  • No scars
  • Enhanced self-confidence

BEST CANDIDATES FOR NON-SURGICAL FACE LIFT

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RISKS

All procedures carry some uncertainty and risks.

As with any surgery, bleeding is a risk. This may form a blood collection called a hematoma and may require drainage. It is important to discuss any history of excessive bleeding or family history of bleeding.
Infection is relatively uncommon. Antibiotics will be given to you during the surgery and usually will be taken after the surgery.
Scars from an abdominoplasty are from hip to hip and around the belly button. Dr. Stiller will try to keep the scars as low as possible. Scars may widen after the surgery and typically fade over time.
Wound edges can occasionally pull apart. Your body will heal it, but it may prolong the healing time.
  • Numbness or sensation changes of the skin
  • Some patients will require additional surgery
  • There may be asymmetry in some areas.
  • Pigmentation change of skin is possible
  • Irregular contour may occur

Skin slough/necrosis: When wound edges are put together sometimes the skin edges can slough. Your body will heal it, but it may prolong the healing time. Smoking increases this risk

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