As an expert in injectable fillers, Dr. Yang understands the importance of volume in creating a younger, more rejuvenated facial appearance. With the ever expanding market of injectable fillers growing everyday, it has never been easier to provide patients with the results they desire using non-surgical and minimally invasive methods. The “liquid facelift” is based on Dr. Yang’s philosophy of facial rejuvenation. Dr. Yang’s philosophy undermines the traditional “pulling” away of facial lines and wrinkles, as he approaches facial rejuvenation more dynamically instead of simply addressing the superficial sagging of the facial skin. Dr. Yang’s Liquid Facelifts restore volume in areas of the face where volume loss traditionally results in the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and even deeper skin folds.
What is a Liquid Facelift?
A liquid facelift is a non-invasive way to rejuvenate the entire face through the use of injectable fillers. Using injectables such as Restylane, Juvederm, Scupltra or Radiesse, Dr. Yang is able to restore volume to areas of the face traditionally plagued by fine lines and wrinkles. Unlike a surgical facelift, Dr. Yang’s Liquid Facelift can improve the appearance of wrinkles and lines around the eyelids and eye bags as well.
What types of Injectables are used?
Depending on which areas of the face are being “lifted” Dr. Yang uses a variety of different fillers. Just like each part of the face experiences fat loss in the same way, each filler acts to restore volume in a slightly different way.
How long does the Liquid Facelift last?
The longevity of the injectable fillers used by Dr. Yang determines how long the liquid facelift will last. During your initial consultation with Dr. Yang, you and he will discuss which fillers will provide you with the most natural results and last the longest.
Who is a candidate for the Liquid Facelift?
Patients who still have good skin elasticity but have begun to see signs of aging around their eyes and mouth. The liquid facelift is especially effective at treating deep folds near the corners of the mouth, called nasolabial folds, and under-eye hollowing. For patients hoping for more definition along their jawline, more invasive measures may need to be used in conjunction with the liquid facelift.