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Non-Surgical Facelift

Not all facelifts or facial rejuvenations require a surgical facelift. Although facelift surgery does offer a longer-lasting solution to reducing the signs of aging, there are non-surgical options available. Dr. Khosh is a dual board certified facial plastic surgeon that offer several facelift options, from the most complex surgical facelift like the deep plane to minimally invasive options like the non-surgical facelift.

There are many ways to rejuvenate your face as it ages without the use of surgery. New advances in injectable options are available to combat many signs of aging that were once only fixed through surgery. From reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles to removing under-eye bags, the non-surgical facelift is a viable option for many men and women.

Liquid Facelift

The non-surgical facelift is also called the liquid facelift as it uses liquid injectables to do the lifting instead of the scalpel and sutures. There are several different facial fillers, neuro-modulators and other injections that can add volume to the face and even reduce fat deposits under the chin. Laser resurfacing can give the skin new life and better tone. The benefit is a younger looking face without the risk or downtime of facelift surgery. However, a non-surgical facelift is not permanent and many of the injections will need to be repeated every several months to maintain the appearance.

To explore both the surgical and non-surgical options available for facelifts and facial rejuvenation, contact us today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Khosh in his Manhattan clinic.

Non-Surgical Facelift New York, NY

Case Study

This 71-year-old lady sought consultation for non surgical facial rejuvenation in Manhattan. She wanted a younger and more youthful facial appearance without any surgery or down time.

  • Patient: 71-year-old female candidate for Voluma facial enhancement
  • Problem: Loss of facial fat and volume in the cheeks and mid face
  • Procedure: Voluma injection. 3 vials of Voluma injected into the cheeks and the mid face.

Disclaimer: These are actual results for patients of Dr. Maurice Khosh. Plastic and cosmetic surgery results can vary between patients.

Frequently Asked Questions

Botox Cosmetic, Xeomin, or Dysport effects last about four months. Juvederm and Restylane maintain their effect for six to nine months. Voluma is one of the newest fillers on the market which lasts up to two years. Radiesse lasts about one year, and Sculptra can last up to two years. Laser resurfacing can erase up to five years of aging from the skin.

Botox Cosmetic, Xeomin, and Dysport injections manifest their results in two to seven days. Restylane, Juvederm, Voluma, and Radiesse effects are seen immediately. Sculptra takes two months to show the outcome. Laser skin resurfacing results won’t be fully manifest for three months.

No. The treatments that are mentioned entail a comprehensive list of available options. The particular steps for each patient need to be tailored to their needs.

Patients may immediately return to work after Botox Cosmetic or filler injections. Laser resurfacing will require five days of recovery.

Yes.

Bruising from Botox Cosmetic or filler injections is very uncommon. Makeup can effectively camouflage any bruising.

Since non-surgical facelift does not entail surgery or scarring, it may be repeated as often as necessary. In fact, most patients repeat treatments as the effects wear off.

Related Procedures

Non-surgical facial rejuvenation is a wonderful way of reversing sings of aging without the need for a recovery period. Occasionally surgical treatments with minor recovery can complement non-surgical rejuvenation. Procedures such blepharoplasty, neck liposuction, or chin implant placement entail a short recovery and address areas that non-surgical face lift can not address.

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Maurice M. Khosh, MD, FACS
Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Nasal & Sinus Surgery

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