What does a non-surgical facelift involve?
If there are a number of areas on your face where you have become concerned about the signs of age appearing, a non-surgical facelift allows you to take a composite approach.
The benefit of this is that you can work with your clinical aesthetician to get the perfect results for you. By balancing the features of the face and working to subtly improve volume and firmness in one over-arching treatment you can achieve results that compliment each other.
Also known as a liquid facelift, a non-surgical facelift involves using dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle treatments to restore volume lost through the ageing process and to smooth out skin.
What does a non-surgical facelift involve at Dr Camilla Hill’s clinic?
In just one session a non-surgical facelift will focus on areas of the face such as:
- Nasolabial folds
- Lip corners
- Cheek structure
- Mid-face area
- Tear troughs
- Per-jowl area
By tackling these areas Dr Camilla Hill can work to smooth the appearance of lines around the eyes, nose and mouth as well as give lift to areas of the face that appear to be sagging, such as jowls and sunken cheeks.
Lips also become thinner with age as collagen depletes. This is another aspect that can be included in a non-surgical facelift with the use of lip fillers to improve volume and definition.
Dr Camilla Hill is registered with numerous professional governing organisations including the British College of Aesthetic Medicine.
How much does a non-surgical facelift cost?
A huge draw of the non-surgical facelift is cost. As well as avoiding going under the knife, a non-surgical facelift is also usually thousands of pounds cheaper than having facelift surgery.
At Dr Camilla Hill’s aesthetic clinic in Bentley, Worcestershire, prices for a non-surgical facelift start from as little as £300, depending on the level of treatment you want.