Non Surgical Facelift

Non-surgical procedures

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Non-surgical facelift

A non-surgical facelift with Dr Taylor involves a personally tailored treatment program designed for you. The non-surgical facelift will involve a combination of cosmeceutical skincare, antiwrinkle injections, dermal fillers and microneedling with or without radiofrequency. This strategy is a great way to give your appearance a boost whilst minimising risk, downtime and expense.

For more information about non-surgical facelift call 1300 664 883 to book a consultation with Dr Taylor.

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Non-Surgical Facelift Considerations 

If you’re considering procedures for your appearance without the need for invasive procedures, a non-surgical facelift might be worth learning more about. Dr Taylor, a specialist plastic surgeon in the Northern Beaches of Sydney, can provide non-surgical facelifts.

How Do Non-Surgical Facelifts Work?

As facial skin naturally ages, it loses elasticity and volume, causing wrinkles, jowls, and excess skin. Dermal fillers and bioremodeling products contain hyaluronic acid and can be used in liquid facelifts volumise and lift areas like the cheeks, chin, jawline, and temples. Fillers and bioremodeling products can hydrate skin from within and may diminish wrinkles and folds for some patients. Neurotoxins are used to  relax wrinkle-causing muscles and may soften existing wrinkles. Together, injectable hyaluronic acid products and neurotoxins can be used in conjunction with energy devices like, radiofrequency and microneedling, to provide a non-surgical facelift.

Understanding Non-Surgical Facelift

As time passes, the effects of gravity, sun exposure, and lifestyle factors become more pronounced on our skin. Non-surgical facelifts provide a way that may address these concerns without resorting to surgical or invasive procedures.

Non-Surgical Facelift Techniques

Dermal Fillers and Bioremodelling Injections 

Dermal fillers and Bioremodelling injections are an option for non-surgical facelifts. They delicately fill excess skin, smoothing out wrinkles and restoring lost volume.

Consultation and Collaboration

Your journey starts with a comprehensive consultation with Dr. Taylor. This collaborative process involves discussing your non-surgical procedure options and expectations. Dr Taylor’s approach to non-surgical facelifts offers options without the need for invasive treatment.

Recovery and Results After Treatment

Some visible improvements are immediate, but final results emerge over 2-4 weeks as swelling dissipates. Your treatment will need to be staged over weeks to months as some treatments must not be combined on the same day. Most, but not all, patients can resume normal activities the next day. Mild swelling, bruising, or redness may occur. Results from dermal fillers typically last 6-12 months but may last longer. Antiwrinkle injections allow effects to persist for 3-4 months. Follow-up maintenance treatments are required for sustained results. Radiofrequency and microneedling treatments must be repeated, typically 3-6 times, to see best results which may start to be seen after 4-6 weeks.

Dr Taylor takes the time to understand your unique anatomy and goals. She specialises in balancing facial proportions. Contact Dr Taylor’s office to learn more about non-surgical facelifts on the North Shore.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between fat transfer and fillers?
As opposed to synthetic fillers, the process of a fat transfer keeps the fat cells permanently where they are placed. They use a person’s own fat tissue for injection, rather than filler materials.
Am I a good candidate for abdominoplasty surgery?
The best candidates for abdominoplasty surgery patients are those who are fit, have already achieved any weight loss goals. Abdominoplasty surgery is not a substitute for diet and exercise and can be associated with increased risks in patients who are overweight or obese. Women who are planning future pregnancies should also delay abdominoplasty surgery.
How much does breast reconstruction surgery cost?
The cost for breast reconstruction is determined by the extent and complexity of the procedure, as well as surgeon costs, anaesthetist fees, hospital fees, and post-operative recovery costs. Because of its reconstructive nature, a portion of the procedure costs may be covered by Medicare or your private health insurer, but you will need to check what criteria you must meet to be eligible.
What is recovery from breast revision like?
Recovery from breast revision surgery will be similar to the recovery experienced following the initial implant procedure. It is recommended that you minimise strenuous activity and exercise after surgery. You should also avoid wearing underwire bras to facilitate proper healing of the underlying breast tissue.

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