Would I benefit from a liquid facelift? (Photo)
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Best Investment for Your Age
Fillers are temporary and won't give you the best results.
Please be sure you consult a board-certified facial plastic surgeon, and make sure that you are familiar with the doctor's outcomes and track record.
Liquid Facelift v. Surgical Facelift
A full facelift is likely a better option for you than a liquid facelift.
To be sure, see two or more experienced, board-certified Plastic Surgeons in your area for a complete evaluation to make sure you are a good candidate and that it is safe for you to have facelift surgery.
I hope this helps.
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Best treatment for a thin face
- Yours is an interesting question because you have several options.
- Although an examination is needed - one photograph is not enough for a definite plan.
- These are fillers - but you would need $5000 or more to make a significant difference - and they last on average 9 months.
- Fat injections - results are unpredictable and the fat may last or may dissolve completely.
- Or surgery which might include a lower face and neck lift, mid-face implants and an extended chin implant. This will restore the look of your neck and will permanently add structure and fullness to your face.
- In the long run, surgery will serve you better, in the short it is is more expensive than fillers but less expensive over time.
Hope you find this information helpful. Best wishes.
Thank you for your question. Based on the photos you seem to be a good candidate for a Liquid Facelift which help restore your face’s naturally young and healthy appearance. The treatment uses dermal fillers such as Restylane and Bellafill which help your wrinkles dissipate and any sunken areas of your face. For more information, please get a in person consultation from a board-certified dermatologist.
Would I benefit from a liquid facelift...
I believe you can benefit from liquid facelift. Dermal filler injections in the cheek, chin folds and overall volume additions should dramatically improve your appearance. This can make you look younger and soften the lines and aging signs on the face.
Always find an experienced injector for best results.
Surgical over liquid face lift in this situation.
Agree with all, you would benefit from a combination of traditional face lifting, as well as volume replacement. Remember it is the balance between texture, tone (face- lift) and volume (filler) that will give you the best results. I think your skin laxity is marked, and the most beautiful and natural results is with a combination of surgical and non surgical methods. Video shows the limited extent of non- surgical liquid face lifting in someone of your age. All the best, Dr Davin Lim, Brisbane. Australia.
Liquid Facelift is a great way to revitalize your appearance
Thanks for submitting your question!
Looking at your photo, I believe you could definitely benefit from having a "liquid facelift", which is the same as non-surgical dermal filler injections. My recommendation would be to use my three step, Correct, Define and Enjoy method.
You can Correct the volume loss in your mid-face area and beneath your eyes with Juvederm Voluma, a filler I've found to be the most reliable for that specific region.
Following that, you can Define your cheekbones and jawline with Voluma or Restylane to accentuate the natural contours of your face.
Afterwards, you can Enjoy the results and take in the compliments! Take a look at the attached links to find out more about these procedures and the type of results they can give you.
Hope this helps, and good luck in your search!