Physicians achieve surgical-like results with minimally invasive techniques

Posted By American Med Spa Association, Tuesday, October 2, 2018

In performing minimally invasive facial rejuvenation, the tools of the trade are numerous: dermal fillers, neurotoxins,  collagen stimulating lifting threads; platelet-rich plasma (PRP) delivered transdermally via needle, microneedle or cannula; fat transfer and more. Simply stated, one does not need surgery or energy-based devices to achieve the best facial rejuvenation treatment outcomes.

Non-surgical face-lifts, pan-facial rejuvenation and other modern aesthetic techniques are being employed routinely around the world, and are often referred to collectively as the “liquid face-lift.” This is a euphemism for rejuvenating and volumizing the face utilizing fillers, neurotoxins and / or fat. While surgical face-lifts can involve serious downtime and complications, minimally invasive approaches often yield immediate and even long-term results with fewer complications and virtually no patient downtime.
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