How Much Does a Non-surgical Face Lift Cost?

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Ultherapy as a non surgical facelift option - Santa Monica

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One of the best non surgical options for a facelift is the Ultherapy procedure, which in my opinion can render longlasting results. Raffy Karamanoukian Los Angeles


Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
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Non-surgical Facelift

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There are a number of options for you to achieve this outcome.  I would speak to your surgeon so you may be evaluated and given all of your options.  As an example, Ultherapy, which is an ultrasound procedure that lifts and contours the face and is sometimes deemed a "non-surgical facelift" can run between $2500-$4000 with almost no downtime.

Jeffrey W. Hall, MD
Austin Plastic Surgeon
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Cost of non surgical facelift

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Hard to say without photos or an exam.  It all depends on what you need, what modality you are using, how much of the modality you need, and how aggressive you want to be in treatments.  Prices will vary between city and practitioner.

Jeffrey Roth, MD
Las Vegas Plastic Surgeon
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Non Surgical Face Lift

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Non Surgical FaceLift has a number of options and modalities.  Each treatment program is designed for a patient after a thorough consultation and physical examination. The program could include any or all of the following: daily skin care, botox, fillers, chemical peels, laser skin tightening and resurfacing.

Kris M. Reddy, MD, FACS
West Palm Beach Plastic Surgeon
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Fort Lauderdale Non-Surgical Facelift

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There are so many modalities to achieve this outcome. It truly is an exciting time in esthetics because of the advent of radiofrequency devices such as ReFirme, now to the use of ultrasound energy with Ulthera. In my office, fillers & Botox are complimentary to enhance this treatment.

Will Richardson, MD
Fort Lauderdale Dermatologic Surgeon
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Cost of Non-Surgical FaceLift

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This is an impossible question to answer without evaluating the patient!   It depends on how much volume is lost, the shape of the face, where the volume loss is, the lifestyle of the patient, their allergies, what products are on special, whether or not skin tightening is performed first - this is why we only discuss costs in person after discussing options and all the factors involved.

Laura Skellchock, MD
Boca Raton Dermatologic Surgeon
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Non-Surgical Facelift

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A significant finding with facial aging is the loss of facial volume. With the use of Botox and fillers such as fat, Radiesse, and Juvederm an improved contour can be achieved. Cost will depend on exactly what is used. You can go to the Liquid Facelift Association online to find the name of a physician in your area.

Richard W. Fleming, MD
Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Cost of a "Non-Surgical Facelift"

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The term non-surgical facelift is used to describe facial rejuvenation without using surgery. Each individual face needs to be properly analyzed and a customized treatment plan is developed. Depending on your specific needs, your non-surgical facelift may include a combination of daily skin care, botox, fillers, chemical peels, laser skin tightening and resurfacing. The cost can vary from several hundred dollars to several thousand dollars depending on exactly what you need. Keep in mind that not everything can be done on the same visit and it may actually take several visits to complete your non-surgical facelift.

Matthew Schulman, MD
New York Plastic Surgeon
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A Liquid Face Lift will vary in price.

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 Dear Simone,

A non-surgical face lift is using BOTOX to rejuvenate the brow, and injectable fillers for wrinkles, folds, thin lips, volume replacement, lower eyelid grooves, and jowls.

The price depends on your particular needs.

I hope this helps.

Eric M. Joseph, MD
West Orange Facial Plastic Surgeon
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