Non-surgical face-lift using Botox, fillers, and PDO threading
As we age, our facial and anatomical feature changes. Some people have more drastic changes than others, yet we still get this request in all age groups, I need to reshape my face and look younger. We, at Albany laser and cosmetic clinic, use different non-surgical techniques to help lift the face without the need to go into surgery complication
What options are available for Face-lift In Edmonton?
PDO threading For Face-lift:
We use the PDO Threads quite a lot to help to lift the skin and give a V shape for the face. The threads come in different sizes, functions, and ends.
We mainly use the Barb blunt cannula with 10 cm length for total face-lift and nasolabial folds correction.
Fillers For Face-lift:
Different fillers with different crosslinking and thickness are available. Juvederm and Restylane are the main ones used at Albany Cosmetic and Laser Center. The main use of filler in the face-lift is to augment Malar prominence and cheeks, under eyes, fill the jowl sulcus and lip fillers
The Botox main use is in the upper face, but we also use it in the face-lift to target some muscles such as the Masseter. One relaxed, the Masseter will have a significant lift and slim effect
Is fractional laser that is mainly used to rejuvenate the skin, treat fine lines, removal pigmentation and has a wonderful skin tightening effect. It does not have a direct face-lifting effect, but skin tightening, in general, augment face-lifting
The use of the unique HIFU Ulthera technology will help to give a significant face-lifting effect. Ulthera sends focused fractional ultrasound waves deep into the skin to induce fibroblast to produce collagen. The main uses for Ulthera are to define jawlines, lift the cheeks and neck.
The used of fractional radiofrequency works similar to other energy for face-lift and inducing fibroblasts to produce collagen
Albany cosmetic and Laser center in Edmonton offer different types of cosmetic injectables and energies devices to help clients to choose from wide portfolio of options
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