As we age, we lose facial volume. Everything, including muscle, bone and fat, starts to shrink. Unfortunately, the skin does not shrink with it and begins to descend. A surgical facelift is the gold standard for patients who want to lift and turn back the clock with comprehensive treatment. Those patients who want to avoid the downtime a surgical facelift requires opt for a liquid facelift.
Dr. Yogita Kashyap is pleased to offer liquid facelifts in NYC. Her goal is to return the attention to the eyes and cheeks while slimming and re-contouring the lower face.
Her technique combines multiple modalities including Botox®, dermal fillers, and Kybella® to lift create smooth facial contours.
Dr. Kashyap is dedicated to natural-looking results. She requests patients to bring in old photos to their consultation, so she can determine how to help you look younger, naturally..
Your liquid facelift treatment is divided into more than one session. This allows time for the products to settle and allows Dr. Kashyap to precisely fine-tune results.
Her goal is to help you look and feel relaxed and refreshed, just like a younger version of yourself!
A liquid facelift lasts up to two years, depending upon each individual. Botox® injections are repeated two to three times per year.
Candidates for a Liquid Facelift
A Liquid Facelift can improve many different signs of aging on the face, including:
- Thinning lips
- Lost facial volume
- Fine to severe creases, folds, lines, and wrinkles
- Nasolabial folds from the nose to the mouth (laugh lines)
- Marionette lines from the mouth to the chin
- Vertical lines on the upper lip
- Drooping mouth corners
- Hollowed or flattened cheeks
- Hollowed temples
- Dark circles (tear troughs)
- Sagging jowls
During your consultation and detailed examination with our facial specialist, Dr. Kashyap will carefully assess whether you are a good candidate for a liquid facelift. If you have severe signs of aging, she may suggest surgery so you can achieve your desired look.
Most people in good general health are candidates for this non-surgical procedure, but please let Dr. Kashyap know if you have a history of cold sores.
Prior to your treatment, please avoid aspirin and ibuprofen for two weeks if your primary doctor allows it. Oral Arnica and Bromelain are recommended three days before the treatment. These preparations will help to prevent bruising from the injections.