Does a non-surgical facelift exist?

You may not be able to beat the aging process, but you can certainly use cosmetic treatments to slow it down. If you want to transform your looks without having surgery you can opt for a non-surgical facelift.

Does a non-surgical facelift exist?

Yes, there are several minimally invasive treatments available to address signs of aging and refresh your appearance. A non-surgical facelift can tighten sagging skin, contour the cheeks, reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the mouth, and define the jawline.

Non-surgical facelift options

Ultherapy is often referred to as the non-surgical facelift because it targets the same area addressed during surgery, which are the support layers beneath the skin. Ultherapy uses focused ultrasound energy to heat deep tissues. This process lifts and tightens loose skin on the face and neck. The results of Ultherapy last about 1 year.

PDO (polydioxanone) Thread Lift
The Thread Lift is another non-surgical treatment that can counteract the effects of time on the skin. During a Thread Lift, dissolvable threads are placed below the skin and used to lift the underlying facial structure and tighten the skin. It also stimulates collagen production, resulting in tighter skin over time. The results of a PDO Thread Lift last approximately 12-18 months.

Liquid Facelift
A liquid facelift is a procedure in which dermal fillers, as well as botox, are used to rejuvenate the face. A liquid facelift can reduce fine lines and wrinkles, restore volume in the midface and cheeks, and sharpen the jawline. Depending on the injectables used, a liquid facelift can last anywhere from 6-18 months.

Non-surgical facial treatments are ideal for men and women with mild to moderate skin laxity (learn more).

Would you like to learn more about a non-surgical facelift? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the New York, NY area, Anand Medical Spa is our featured practice.

You can reach them at anandmedicalspa.com, or by calling 212-653-0366.

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