Liquid Face Lift Vs. Facelift
“You look like a grandma” isn’t necessarily something you even want to hear from your grandchildren. And although the name “grandma” is a term of endearment, looking like one only conjures up images of Mrs. Clause ridden with wrinkles and white hair. If you are starting to feel like your skin is showing large signs of aging and you are looking more and more like a grandma, then you should consider getting a facelift. However, did you know that there are two different types of facelifts available to help make you look and feel younger? Read on to learn more.
Liquid Face Lift
A liquid face lift is a non-surgical and non-invasive procedure that Dr. David K. Funt can do in under an hour's time. By using a combination of dermal fillers like Juvederm and Restylane, and Botox, a liquid facelift will give you results that will have everyone stopping to shower you with compliments. Depending on the areas of your face that have started to lose elasticity, you and Dr. David K. Funt will construct a unique plan for your liquid facelift to help you to temporarily get rid of those pesky fine lines and wrinkles.
Traditional Face Lift
As a surgical procedure, a traditional facelift involves a surgeon like Dr. David K. Funt making small incisions typically at the hairline and behind the ears. Once the incisions have been made, the skin will be physically lifted to smooth out your fine lines and wrinkles. Offering patients great results, the best thing about a traditional facelift is that you will look dramatically younger and you won’t have to worry about getting fillers or injections. Although more permanent than a liquid facelift, a traditional facelift still, unfortunately, won’t protect you from aging.
Although the signs of aging can be a bit depressing, there are a few different and useful options that you have to help you both look and feel younger once again. To learn more about both a liquid facelift and a traditional facelift, contact Dr. David K. Funt’s office today!