Facial Cosmetic Services
A Liquid Face Lift for woman and men involves improvement in every area of your face, including eye and nose area, chin, cheeks, mouth, neck and forehead. A Liquid Face Lift involves the use of advanced dermal fillers, such as Juvederm®, Radiesse®, and Restylane® usually in combination with BOTOX®. The Liquid Face Lift is an non-surgical procedure which helps to lift and contour facial features. Look younger and more vibrant with a Liquid Face Lift turning back time has never been easier or more affordable. Just because your getting older certainly doesn’t mean you have to look it.
Liquid rhinoplasty is a procedure in which injectable fillers are used to alter and sculpt a patient’s nose without invasive surgery. The most commonly used fillers are hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, Voluma) or calcium hydroxyapatite (Radiesse). The injected liquid “fills” the depressed areas on the nose, lifting the tip or smoothing the bumps on the nasal bridge.
Liquid rhinoplasty or non-surgical rhinoplasty is a cosmetic procedure and rarely corrects functional or breathing problems of the nose. Results usually last six months to one year depending on which fillers are used, and the procedure may be repeated.
Cheek augmentation is a cosmetic procedure that attempts to reshape the person’s facial topography into a more visually aesthetic form. It is commonly combined with similar cosmetic operations such as a facelift or chin augmentation because the implants can be inserted through the incisions for those surgeries. This can be an elective surgery or a response to a deformity or accident which has disfigured the face.
Lip augmentation is a cosmetic procedure that, either surgically or with injections, increases lip size. Either the upper or lower lip, or both, can be augmented. Whether the results are temporary or long-lasting depends on the type of augmentation performed. There are several different techniques for augmenting lips. Most involve injecting a facial filler, although fat transfers (also called fat grafting) and implants are also options.
Injectable fillers usually contain a hyaluronic-acid material. Fat transfers inject fat that is harvested from the patient’s body. Implants are placed under the skin; they are often made of a soft, solid-silicone elastomer. Which type of augmentation is used depends upon the individual patient, doctor preference and the cosmetic results desired.