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Non-surgical face-lift

The traditional non-surgical face-lift up to now is consist of various injection techniques, including fillers to mimic facelift results.

Patients seeking traditional face-lift surgery, despite the fantastic advantages, are becoming fewer & farther between due to the high cost, pain and bruising, recover time and often the permanency of surgical intervention once they have further aged.

The key areas of Lift, Volume & Facial anatomy can now be addressed using minimally invasive & sometimes non-invasive combination treatments.

In addition to Liquid techniques, Dr ٍEllie offering stand-alone treatments applied to the skin to ensure that your features & facial symmetry are matched by a glowing complexion with ultimate skin hydration.

Thread lifts are minimally invasive treatments that help anchor facial anatomy.

The process involves inserting and tightening a barbed thread into the sagging areas of the face. Tightening them upwards to achieve facial lift.

Most commonly used in the cheek to reposition fat pads & sagging facial tendons – thread lifts are also now being utilised in the jaw & jowl area to contour the jawline.

The proprietary procedure thermage and titan are two famous methods of the new crop of skin tightening, . While these two treatments utilize different proprietary technology, the idea is essentially the same. In that they both aim to heat the deeper layer of the skin  in order to effect a healing response. This healing response encourages increased collagen production and remodeling of existing collagen. Supportive underlying tissues of the skin contract, resulting in a tighter, more uplifted appearance to the skin.

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