Nonsurgical Facelift Northern Virginia
Learn all about a nonsurgical facelift with dermal fillers, including tips for achieving natural-looking results and avoiding undesirable outcomes.
In the past, women and men seeking facial rejuvenation had few, if any, alternatives to a surgical facelift.
What Is a Nonsurgical Facelift with Fillers?
A nonsurgical facelift with fillers is an injectable procedure designed to plump, lift, contour, and rejuvenate the face. It may utilize a variety of dermal filler products, including those made of hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvederm, or Belotero), calcium hydroxylapatite (Radiesse), poly-L-lactic acid (Sculptra), or PMMA microspheres (Bellafill).
The goal of this facelift alternative is to restore youthful fullness and contours, with natural-looking results. Essentially, women and men should achieve subtle, yet noticeable enhancement, rather than appearing done or artificial.
How to Get the Best Liquid Facelift Results?
If you are considering a nonsurgical facelift with fillers, you should seek a qualified provider who has extensive knowledge of facial anatomy and experience with injectables.
Ideally, he or she should be a board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon who routinely performs soft tissue filler treatments and utilizes advanced techniques.
Additionally, make sure that all filler products are FDA-approved, made in the U.S., and purchased directly from the manufacturer.
Those who are new to cosmetic injectables, may wish to select temporary dermal fillers, which can be dissolved in the event of a complication or unsatisfactory outcome.
If you are pleased with the initial results, you can switch to a long-lasting filler for subsequent treatments.
Finally, avoid having too many other treatments in conjunction with a nonsurgical facelift with fillers. This will allow you to gradually improve your appearance and avoid unnatural outcomes.
How Much Does a Nonsurgical Facelift with Fillers Cost?
The price of a nonsurgical facelift with fillers can vary depending on several factors. These may include the location and number of injection sites, the type of filler(s) used, the extent of correction needed, frequency of maintenance, and injector expertise and experience.
With that being said, patients can expect to pay anywhere between several hundred to several thousand dollars for a liquid facelift.
Learn More About Nonsurgical Facelift with Fillers
If you are considering a nonsurgical facelift with fillers, please contact our office today to schedule a consultation with board-certified dermatologist Dr. Morgana Colombo.