Liquid Facelift – Madison, CT
The $532 billion beauty industry exists to serve those seeking to maintain a youthful, rested appearance. Still, even the best scientists and most money can’t always keep all the signs of aging at bay. Traditionally, men and women have opted for surgical facelifts to help them restore their appearance. But with today’s modern lifestyles, not everyone has the time for a lengthy recovery period.
With a liquid facelift, you can erase years from your face without surgery, incisions, or scarring. A liquid facelift at Aria DermSpa combines the anti-aging effects of both dermal fillers and neuromodulator injections to restore your younger skin and give you a vibrant, refreshed appearance – and there is virtually no downtime required.
Liquid Facelift: How It Works
A liquid facelift harnesses the effects of dermal fillers and neuromodulators to rejuvenate facial aesthetics. These injectables work together to reduce wrinkles, restore volume, and provide noticeable plumping and smoothing effects.
Neuromodulators are injectables that contain a refined version of a naturally-occurring bacterial protein called clostridium botulinum toxin type A. When injected beneath the skin in precise locations, this substance blocks the muscle’s ability to contract. As a result, corresponding wrinkles soften and can even disappear. Popular neuromodulators include BOTOX®®, Dysport, and Xeomin®. These particular injectables are excellent at treating and preventing movement-related wrinkles (sometimes called dynamic wrinkles), such as crow’s feet, lines between the eyebrows, and lip lines.
While these neuromodulators and dermal fillers are used together in a liquid facelift, they help to improve your appearance in very different ways. Dermal fillers are used to smooth the skin and restore lost volume to areas such as the cheeks, lips, and under the eyes, and anywhere wrinkles or grooves have formed in the face. When placed by an expert, dermal fillers can give you dramatic but very natural-looking results.
During your liquid facelift procedure, we strategically inject a combination of neuromodulators and dermal fillers into specific treatment areas, based on your needs and preferences and the overall balance of your facial structure. The result is a softened, lifted appearance with ideal volume and sculpted facial contours.
Ideal Candidates for a Liquid Facelift in Madison
A liquid facelift is an excellent option for those who aren’t candidates for a traditional facelift, or who simply want a non-surgical alternative. There is no ideal age for a liquid facelift since the factors that determine aging are different for everyone. If you are no longer comfortable with age-related changes to facial skin, then you may be an excellent candidate for this procedure.
Ideal candidates for a liquid facelift include healthy men and women who want to address the following:
- Loss of facial volume
- lines and wrinkles
- Early signs of skin laxity, especially in the jowl area and around the eyes
- Drooping brow that causes a tired or angry appearance
Liquid Facelift at Aria DermSpa
Although a liquid facelift is minimally invasive, it still requires the skill and precision of an expert. Aria DermSpa’s Dr. Lisa Donofrio is board-certified in dermatology, and she provides a wealth of treatment expertise to patients seeking a liquid facelift.
Both locally and internationally, Dr. Donofrio is considered an expert in injectables, and her artistic ability allows her to produce truly natural-looking results. Dr. Donofrio is dedicated to patient comfort, safety, and satisfaction, which is why she administers all injectables herself. Her personalized approach and passion for aesthetics make Aria DermSpa the premier destination for liquid facelifts in Madison.
For younger-looking, smooth skin, book a liquid facelift in Madison at Aria DermSpa. Call 203.421.6674 to schedule your personal consultation and learn more about what injectable treatment can do for you.
frequently Asked Questions
Results vary depending on the areas treated and the particular injectable used, but most patients can enjoy their results for up to a year.
A liquid facelift does not require incisions, surgery, or general anesthesia, so downtime is minimal. Post-treatment symptoms may include mild swelling, redness, and bruising. Most patients feel comfortable returning to social activities one or two days after their liquid facelift.
Many of the injectables used in a liquid facelift contain lidocaine, which numbs the area and ensures the treatment is as comfortable as possible.
The results of your liquid facelift will be immediately visible. When the 30-minute treatment is complete, you can begin to enjoy your beautiful results.
Because facial anatomy changes from patient to patient, we use a customized approach that fits you and your aesthetic goals. Although many patients require only one treatment, others may need follow up to achieve optimal results.
Because dermal fillers are naturally occurring substances, the body will break them down over time. You should schedule a follow-up appointment six to eight months after each treatment regimen. Having regular “touch-ups” will ensure that you enjoy your results for years to come.
First, the liquid facelift is more affordable for most patients and will give your midface an instant lift. It has fewer risks for complications and does not require extensive downtime for recovery. For patients who are too busy to miss work, it is a great alternative and often provides similar results.
Although risk is lower than that of surgical facelift, patients do have a risk of soreness at the injection site plus slight bruising and swelling.
We recommend you wait until you give birth to your child and are not breastfeeding before considering a liquid facelift.
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