The most recent advances in facial rejuvenation have shifted away from simply removing sagging skin and wrinkles. The contemporary approach now focuses on restoring facial volume and youthful facial contours, which are lost due to the age-related thinning of the facial bones, facial muscles, and even facial fat. This loss of tissue or “facial atrophy” that occurs with aging effectively diminishes the structures that serve as our skin’s scaffolding, and results in exaggerated sagging and wrinkling of the face. This is especially noticeable at the temples, lower cheeks, eyelids, and nasolabial folds (smile lines). Even the corners of the mouth tend to droop with age. Overactive facial muscles can further exaggerate wrinkles by etching the overlying skin through repeated creasing. Facial fillers are typically placed in areas below your cheekbones, such as in your nasolabial folds, marionette lines, land lips.
• Non-surgical, non-invasive treatment.
• Quick, 30-minute procedure.
• No additional anesthetic required.
• Minimal discomfort and little downtime.