In recent years, non-surgical facelifts have captivated many and have steadily risen to becoming one of the most popular types of treatments. With an extensive array of beneficial qualities like little to no downtimes and minimal invasiveness, traditional surgical facelifts are now considered a thing of the past. In this blog post we will discuss what options of non-surgical facelifts are available and which method aligns best with your desired aesthetic goals.
Non-surgical vs surgical facelifts
A non-surgical facelift is minimally invasive and usually includes a procedure that involves tools such as injections or derma rollers. Most solutions that are injected or applied to the skin for a non-surgical facelift consist of ingredients that are synthetic versions of substances found naturally within the body such as hyaluronic acid. Treatments are quick and can take anywhere between 30minutes to an hour and there is little to no downtime post procedure. The results are not permanent and fade over a period of months, but can safely be repeated to achieve your desired goals. For methods like dermal fillers, they can easily be reversed too if needed.
A surgical facelift is performed by a cosmetic surgeon and they will create incisions or cuts on the face to tighten, firm and sculpt your desired areas of the face and you will be put under general anaesthetic for this procedure. The results from a surgical facelift are permanent are often irreversible without having to undergo more surgery. It’s not often guaranteed that the results will look natural and the procedure requires long periods of downtime to recover from the surgery. Most importantly, the risk of complications are also significantly higher too.
Types of non-surgical facelifts
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