How Much Does a Non-surgical Face Lift Cost?

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Cost of nonsurgical facelift

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Thank you for your question.Cost varies from patient to patient, and is dependent upon how many syringes of filler, which types of filler and how much botox will give the look you are going for.  There are ways to have a big improvement with any budget.

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Dr. Morgan

New York Dermatologist

Non Surgical Facelift Cost

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Thank you for your question. Cost is going to be different for each patient. It is best to have a consultation with your plastic surgeon. It is difficult to tell without any photos. It also depends on how much your doctor charges for fillers and botox. Schedule a consultation with a plastic surgeon to see if you are a good candidate. Best of luck!

Dhaval M. Patel 

Double Board Certified 

Plastic Surgeon 

Hoffman Estates 




Dhaval M. Patel, MD
Hoffman Estates Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 100 reviews

Non-Surgical Face Lift Cost

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Cost varies from patient to patient, and is dependent upon the amount and areas that require lifting.  Treatment tools include Botox and dermal fillers with chemical peels and laser resurfacing facilitating re texturing of the skin.  Hope this information helps.

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It is best to consult with your doctor about what treatment is best for you. I recommend learning about Sculptra; this facial injectable replaces collagen lost during the aging process. Sculptra will last up to two years and restore a more youthful, natural look.

Bruce E. Katz, MD
New York Dermatologic Surgeon
3.8 out of 5 stars 17 reviews

Cost Of Non Surgical Face Lift Variables

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The answer depends on which and how many non-surgical procedures you are having, who is providing it and where you live. Knowing the causes of aging will help answer your question. One approach does not substitute for another and often they can be done at the same time. The most important thing is to find the most skilled Plastic Surgeon available and he/she will determine what is needed and the timing especially since you did not provide photos. Fillers and resurfacing procedures at the same time or following a Face Lift procedure makes Sense for most. There is a higher risk in smokers however.
This is because you age by three factors - sagging (through gravity and time), loss of volume (counteracted by fillers), and skin texture (determined by environmental and genetic factors). Your fillers should enhance your effect of the lifting if placed appropriately by addressing one of the causes of aging. Most often one of these factors is more out of balance than another and therefore your procedures should customize for what is most needed. Often fillers alone can "stall" the inevitable as they only correct one aspect of aging.
Facelift and Skin resurfacing procedures (laser, Ulthera or Thermage ) and fillers are synergistic so as long as you wait until the Sculptra injection site is soft you should do fine. Not a problem and there is no problem with the timing for a facelift. Sculptra, Radiesse, Jeuvederm, Restylane, your own fat and other fillers address volume issues, resurfacing procedures corrects surface flaws associated with aging and face lifting addresses the sagging loose skin. Resurfacing procedures address skin texture, color variation (e.g. sun spots)- so all three are synergistic and complementary. It is very common in my practice to do all three approaches to rejuvenation at the same time

Nonsurigcal facelift cost

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This all depends on what you'd like to have done and the severity of your concern. A popular method is by a combination of injectable fillers and Botox. This treatment rejuvenates the face by targeting wrinkles, volume loss, and sagging contours. It generally takes about half an hour or so and the cost is generally determined by the number of syringes or Botox unit administered. A syringe can be form $500-$850 while a Botox unit is about $10-$15.

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
4.4 out of 5 stars 19 reviews

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 J. Roth, MD, FACS
Las Vegas Plastic Surgeon
4.6 out of 5 stars 17 reviews

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
4.5 out of 5 stars 56 reviews

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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