Are you interested in undergoing a facelift procedure – but not exactly sure you’re ready for the surgery itself?
Then you may be interested in learning more about the Liquid Facelift. This non-surgical procedure uses dermal fillers to plump up key facial areas that may have lost volume as a result of aging and fat breakdown. Dermal fillers contain hyaluronic acid, a key ingredient for adding natural-looking volume while encouraging the body’s collagen production. In addition to adding volume, the Liquid Facelift uses Botox injections to help smooth away wrinkles and lines, leading to facelift-like results.
But exactly how much does a Liquid Facelift cost?
The cost of a liquid facelift is tailored to a patient’s individual needs; however, you can generally expect to spend anywhere from $2,000 to $8,000.
That’s a pretty significant range, and for good reason: a Liquid Facelift is comprised of various dermal filler and Botox injections to key facial areas. There’s no telling how many injections you may need until you actually schedule a consultation. For example, you may only need dermal fillers added to the hollows of your cheeks, or you may need dermal filler injections in your cheeks, lips, underneath your eyes, and more.
Despite the wide range of costs, the Liquid Facelift is often less expensive than a traditional facelift.
Many patients consider the Liquid Facelift to be worth it, especially if they’re playing around with the idea of actually undergoing traditional facelift surgery. These candidates get a little taste of how they might look after a facelift surgery, which could be the push they need to make that leap. Plus, if candidates don’t like how they look after the Liquid Facelift, they don’t have to worry – results aren’t permanent!
When it comes to your skin and your health, it really is all about what’s best for you. Total Dermatology understands this, which is why we offer versatile treatments with experienced and highly trained aesthetic professionals led by Dr. Nissan Pilest. Your Total Dermatology transformation awaits.