The Liquid Facelift is one of the hottest non-surgical treatments to hit South Coast Plastic Surgery, and for good reason: it delivers youth-enhancing benefits without promising permanent results. That means patients can try out the procedure without having to worry about committing to less-than-ideal results.
But exactly how long does a Liquid Facelift last? And what kind of results can patients expect?
How Long Liquid Facelift Last?
Let’s get right to the good news: the results from a Liquid Facelift can last up to two years, depending on the filler that’s being used.
How Much Does a Liquid Facelift Cost?
This is where things get a little tricky, as there’s no single answer for how much a Liquid Facelift costs. The final answer will depend on a number of factors, including:
- How many vials of filler/Botox you end up needing
- The severity of your symptoms
- Your desired goals
This is going to be unique to yourself and your own desires. Our recommended technique is to perform this over 2 or more treatment sessions. This gives you a little time to see the change while permitting your close friends and family wondering how it is that you are looking so good!
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Is There Any Downtime with the Liquid Facelift?
There’s no downtime associated with the Liquid Facelift; in fact, that’s what makes it such a popular non-surgical facial treatment. Patients can go right back to their daily routine without too much disruption (except, of course, all the stopping you’ll have to do to accept compliments!).
Results from your Liquid Facelift include smoother, firmer-looking skin, with fewer wrinkles and fine lines, as well as more noticeable volume in the cheeks and around the temples. The Liquid Facelift can even help treat under-eye bags and hollows, making you look more well-rested and alert.
We may also recommend other treatment which may complement your liquid facelift.
Every aspect of the process has been a pleasure. Dr. Song is so personable, he explains the process and listens to your needs.