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With the rise in facelift alternatives for facial rejuvenation, many patients wonder which approach to facial rejuvenation is best. The truth is, either a facelift or fillers (or even both) could be recommended to you based on your needs. Below are some general guidelines that will help you prepare for your consultation with Dr. Mouchantat. He will help you decide which approach is best for you, as he tailors every facelift procedure for each individual to ensure the best results.
A facelift is a surgical procedure that addresses sagging and deep creases in the mid and lower face. As a surgical procedure, a facelift addresses the underlying supportive tissues beneath the skin and can noticeably improve the appearance of the jawline and neck. Often, a facelift will include a neck lift or other procedures such as brow lift surgery to more fully transform the appearance.
A facelift is best for the correction of the following concerns:
A facelift is best for individuals who also identify with the following:
Fillers are used for non-surgical enhancement and rejuvenation of the face. They are injected just beneath the surface of the skin and can provide volume enhancement, contour improvements, and wrinkle reduction. Fillers are often combined with BOTOX® Cosmetic injections or other facial rejuvenation treatments for the best results. Often, fillers have benefits similar to those of a facelift, but without the surgical recovery. There are various types of fillers, some with temporary results and others with semi-permanent results. Dr. Mouchantat will recommend specific fillers for you after his personal consultation with you.
Fillers are best for the correction of the following concerns:
Fillers are best for individuals who also identify with the following:
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