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Liquid Facelift Savannah GA
The No-Downtime Non-Surgical Facelift
Our liquid face lift provides a non-surgical alternative to the traditional facelift, made possible by Botox and the latest wrinkle fillers. The liquid facelift procedure is a cost-effective solution for those who are concerned about signs of aging. It may be right for you if you are beginning to see:
- Volume loss in the cheeks
- Facial folds
- Deep wrinkles
Without the downtime or expense of a facelift, the liquid facelift procedure can rejuvenate the skin to achieve a refreshed and younger appearance.
How the Liquid Face Lift Works
Through injections of wrinkle filler, the liquid facelift restores lost volume in the cheeks and under-eye hollows. It also corrects lines and creases like the nasolabial folds and glabellar lines.
We use the latest wrinkle fillers that stimulate collagen production and restore natural hyaluronic acid to the skin. Several different wrinkle fillers can be used, so each liquid facelift is tailored to your needs to provide the best possible outcome. The following are some of the injectable fillers we use:
- Radiesse is a long-lasting wrinkle filler that instantly adds volume and smooths the skin while stimulating collagen production. Radiesse is commonly used for cheeks and jaw lines, as well as hallows around the eyes.
- Hyaluronic acid fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm can be used for enhancing the lips, correcting deep nasal labial folds, or restoring volume near the eyes.
- Botox is used to treat wrinkles in the forehead, between the eyes, to slightly lift the eyebrows, and to treat crows feet. Botox injections will temporarily relax the muscles under the skin that cause facial wrinkles, helping you look younger and more relaxed.
Scheduling a Consult
Your plastic surgeon will discuss your options during your consultation in one of our Georgia or South Carolina offices. Call 912.920.2090 or complete and submit the form to schedule a confidential consultation with Drs. Shanklin, McGovern, or Huntly.