Using a combination of dermal fillers and muscle-immobilizing injectables such as BOTOX® and Dysport®, we can erase fine lines and wrinkles and restore volume that has diminished with age! Many of our patients opt for this nonsurgical facelift, or”liquid facelift,” at our Idaho Falls med spa because there is no surgery required and downtime is minimal.
Read on to learn more about what a liquid facelift includes, how it compares to surgery, and whether it may be the right approach for you.
What Does a Liquid Facelift Include?
A liquid facelift typically includes a combination of dermal fillers and neurotoxins injected into the face to smooth away wrinkles, enhance contours, and restore a more refreshed and revitalized look to the face without surgery.
How Do Dermal Fillers Work?
Fillers are made of materials that are found naturally in our bodies, and they can be used to fill in wrinkles and boost volume all over the face for a subtly lifted look. Nancy, our expert injector, offers an array of fillers that allows her to tailor your specific treatments to your needs, from wrinkle reduction to lip injections to filling in under-eye hollows.
How Does BOTOX Work?
We use BOTOX and Dysport specifically for wrinkles around the eyes and brow. Crow’s feet, frown lines, and horizontal forehead lines are known as dynamic wrinkles because they form when we make expressions. These injectables relax the muscles and prevent the wrinkles from forming.
When these treatments are used in combination with fillers, you can expect to dramatically improve your appearance in a way everyone will notice but no one will know why.
Are Liquid Facelifts Safe?
Liquid facelifts are very low-risk, minimally invasive procedures. They involve much fewer risks than surgical facelifts and require much less recovery time. You can keep your risks to a minimum by working with a trained and credentialed aesthetic injector.
How Much Does a Liquid Facelift Cost in Idaho Falls?
The cost of a liquid facelift at our Idaho Falls and Jackson Hole plastic surgery locations varies depending on the amount of product used. Fillers are typically priced per syringe and BOTOX is priced per unit. When you visit us for a consultation, we will provide you with a personalized pricing estimate.
While liquid facelifts are typically more affordable than surgical facelifts initially, the costs often add up with repeated treatments over time. Many people find it is more cost-effective to invest in a surgical facelift. Learn more about how these costs compare in this related blog post.
Have More Questions?
Curious about whether a liquid facelift is right for you? Contact us online or give us a call at (208) 881-5351 (Idaho Falls, ID) or (307) 201-7121 (Wilson, WY). People visit us for BOTOX and other med spa procedures from Pocatello, Boise, and throughout Idaho.