Facelifts can turn back the clock by a decade or more, but can also cost you a pretty penny. The average cost of a facelift ranges from $7,000 to $10,000 or more, depending on where you get your procedure and what types of techniques are used to perform the surgery. If you’re not willing to shell out this much money for plastic surgery, a “liquid facelift” or a series of facial injectables could help you achieve similar results without the high price.
If you’ve been considering facelift surgery but are hesitating about going under the knife, consider a liquid facelift instead. The liquid facelift involves administering a series of injections into different facial compartments and is effective for filling out hollowed cheeks, creating a more contoured jaw line and helping you achieve a more youthful look. Many people get a liquid facelift instead of regular facelift surgery to enjoy instant results and no downtime.
Sagging skin, wrinkles and deep folds and grooves along the forehead can add years to your appearance. If you want to achieve a more youthful look, there are alternatives to facelift surgery. Many plastic and cosmetic surgeons now perform the “liquid facelift” using injectable fillers including Sculptra, Restylane and Juvederm to add contours to the face and create a rejuvenated appearance. This innovative procedure has few side effects and patients do not need to undergo any type of surgery to see results.
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