Non Surgical Facelift-Fillers and Botox or Dysport Most Effective
Thank you for your important question. The internet is filled with advertisements promising a Non Surgical Facelift but sadly most of them are marketing hype.
Non surgical skin tightening machines like Thermage, Titan, LuxIR Deep, Ulthera, Radiofrequency and many others achieve at best 20-25% skin tightening and only in younger healthy skin, not aged skin that really needs tightening.
Laser skin resurfacing can produce excellent wrinkle removal and remove sun damage, but cannot significantly lift the face without risk of scarring and loss of pigment.
The popular "Liquid Facelift" which utilizes fillers like Restylane, Juvederm, Radiesse, Perlane, Sculptra and others can restore the aging face nicely by adding volume to the aged face. Neurolytic agents like Botox and Dysport can reduce dynamic lines and elevate the brow and do make the face look younger.
Choose a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who is experienced and who has a good reputation and consult them for your best options.
Nonsurgical Cosmetic Treatment Options
Thank you for your question. It depends on what result you are going for. Here is a list of some nonsurgical procedures. Thermage skin tightening,Ulthereapy skin tightening, Dermal fillers, laser skin rejuvenation, and coolsculpting. Double board certified
Non Surgical Cosmetic Treatments - What Works?
Most non-invasive procedures will improve the facial appearance but depending on the problems, surgery may be the final option. Certainly, Botox and fillers can result in excellent improvement if done on the right patient.
Nonsurgical Facelifts- What works
One of the most common requests for patients in the office is to seek improvement in facial and neck sagging without surgery. So here are in my opinion the some of the better treatments that can actually deliver a result:
-"Under the Skin Radiofrequency"- This is the hottest area of facial rejuvenation and an area that is expected to rapidly grow over the coming years. There are several devices here including Facetite, ThermiRF and others who place a probe under the skin which causes contracture of the skin and tightening. This bottom up approach will often demonstrate visible tightening and contracture of the office and can take up to 6 months to see a final result. I personally like the Facetite since it involves a contained thermal field rather than uncontrolled heat and in this regard think of it as safer and allows surgeons to heat with higher temperatures. These procedures do involve some downtime and are done comfortably in the office.
-Filling out the Face- Fillers around the face can add volume where volume has been lost. There are a variety of facial fillers available including hyaluronic acid, calcium hydroxyapatite, and poly-L-lactic acid which can be used to fill out cheeks, lips, temples, nasal labial folds and other areas of the face.
-Smoothing out the Skin- Here a variety of techniques can be used including fractionated C02 resurfacing of the face, radiofrequency ablation of skin (a top down approach), erbium resurfacing, chemical peels and other treatments to treat fine lines and wrinkles.
Options not mentioned as ideal include the following:
-Botox Neck Lift or Nefertiti Lift- This involves placing a large amount of botulinum toxin in the neck to selectively tighten the neck muscles. While patients may see some improvement, it needs to be repeated every 4 months and since it requires a large amount of Botox other treatments include the Bottom Up Radiofrequency techniques are probably more cost effective and offer more longevity to the result.
-Radiofrequency (Top Down) or Ultrasound treatments- Treatments such as Thermage, Ultherapy are probably better at maintaining facial contour than lifting face and necks. Unfortunately, the pricing on these options makes many of these treatments not as ideal.
Non-Surgical Cosmetic Treatments That Work
There are many great non-surgical cosmetic treatment options from Botox to dermal fillers, chemical peels to laser resurfacing procedures that produce fantastic results in the hands of an expert injector or technician. It is important to identify patient goals and have realistic expectations. All the best.
Nonsurgical face Lift is different combinations of treatments in different people
For most it is a combination of:
(1)Fractional laser treatment for improving tone, texture and tightening of facial skin. Great for around the eyes and around the mouth.
(2)Botox to quiet overactive muscles in the upper face causing forehead creases, frown lines and crow's feet.
(3)Fillers to replenish volume and improve contours and deep folds and lines both in the upper cheek with Voluma when the "apples of your cheeks are falling" and in the lower face around the mouth region with Belotero Balance for the finest of lip lines and Juvederm XC for nasolabial folds "parentheses that have a place but not on your face" and lip augmentation and Radiesse for deeper nasolabial folds and hollowing of cheeks.
Non surgical facelift options
Facelift helps improve fine lines and add volume to the face. Such as a Vampire Facelift blood is drawn, spun down in a centrifuge, the red blood cells are discarded, leaving behind platelet rich plasma (PRP) and growth factors, and this is injected into the face just beneath the skin to help stimulate new collagen and blood vessels. Improvement and results can take 4-8 weeks to develop. This procedure is usually performed with fillers as well to augment volume enhancement.
Injectables work, depending on what your concerns are
For a nonsurgical facelift, injectables and Botox can all help to give you a rejuvenated appearance. These can definitely work when performed by an experienced injector. However, it really depends on what your concerns are. More information about your situation would help.
Non Surgical Face Rejuvenation: What Works
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
Voluma to give you younger look
Thank you for your question, this may depend on
what you’re looking to achieve. If you have hollowness in your face I recommend
Voluma to instantly volumize the mid-face area. Voluma can last up to two years
giving you a younger appearance.