Liquid Face Lift
Liquid Facelift is a term used to describe facial rejuvenation and contouring using dermal fillers. It is used to correct facial sagging and hollowing by restoring volume loss.
The treatment involves multiple mls of dermal filler injected in key areas in the face mostly using a cannula technique. The treatment needs to be performed by a very experienced cosmetic doctor.
WHICH AREAS CAN BE TREATED?
The most common areas for rejuvenation and contouring are:
Nose reshaping (non-surgical rhinoplasty
Cheek and temple enhancement
Tear trough hollowing
WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?
The treatment is administered by a cannula or fine needle (depending on the areas being treated) and feels like a small pin prick. You might experience some slight redness and Generally, there is minimal downtime, and most people can return to their normal activities straight after the treatment. Any downtime is usually due to swelling or bruising, which can be camouflaged by make-up.
Results will begin to appear immediately. The total effect (depending on the area treated) could take a few weeks.
DOES IT HURT?
We can use a specialised numbing cream - our own formulated high potency anaesthetic. You can also choose to use Nitrous Oxide (Happy Gas) during the procedure.
Our doctors can also perform an anaesthetic block in certain areas, like those used at the dentist.
These minimise the discomfort associated with this treatment.
WHAT BRAND DO YOU USE?
Dermal Fillers are considered a prescription medication. As a professional clinic, CONCEPT COSMETIC MEDICINE cannot by law name specific brands as it's in breach of Australian advertising law however, all the major brands available in Australia are used at CONCEPT COSMETIC MEDICINE and are of the highest quality.
When looking for Injectables in Sydney, look no further than CONCEPT COSMETIC MEDICINE. Call us to make an appointment with one of our doctors at our convenient locations. We have extensive expertise when it comes to all aspects of injectables.
Call us on 1300 721 918 for more information.
Important: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.