Liquid Face Lift

A Liquid Face Lift is the plumping, filling, smoothing, and re-contouring of the face using a combination of regenerative Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy,  Sculptra volumizer, dermal fillers and neurotoxins.   PRP is a product derived from your own blood to treat volume loss, skin texture, and the tone of your skin.  This creates a cascade of events that are regenerative, bringing about the most pure and natural restoration of youth possible.  It’s all YOU and only available at Synergi!  Sculptra works gradually to replace collagen that is lost during the aging process.  The results can last up to two years.  The dermal fillers Synergi MedSpa and Dr. Maack use for facial contouring and rejuvenation are Radiesse, Juvederm, and Prevelle Silk.  Fillers plump and smooth the skin.  Botox Cosmetic® is the neurotoxin used to relieve and prevent lines made by repetitive facial expressions.

Facial Tiredness

Facial aging reflects the dynamic, cumulative effects of time on the skin, soft tissues, and deep structural components of the face, and is a complex synergy of skin textural changes and loss of facial volume.  Many of the facial manifestations of aging, wrinkles, jowls, and skin laxity reflect the combined effects of gravity, progressive bone loss, decreased tissue elasticity, and redistribution or loss of subcutaneous fat pads.

Facial Treatment Zones

A convenient method for assessing the effects of aging is to divide the face into the upper third (forehead and brows), middle third (midface and nose), and the lower third (chin, jawline, and neck). The upper third is treated primarily with neurotoxins and some filler in the brow and temporal regions.

The midface is an important consideration in facial aesthetics because perceptions of facial attractiveness are largely founded on the synergy of the eyes, nose, lips, and cheek bones.  This area suffers mostly from the effects of gravity, volume loss, and redistribution or loss of the fat pads of youth.  Neurotoxins can be utilized around the eye area, the nose, and the mouth to create changes, and fillers are used to create volume and smooth unwanted folds and lines.  Treating the lines on the side of the eyes (crow’s feet), and the hollowed darkened area under the eyes (tear troughs), make the eyes appear brighter and less tired creating a more refreshed look.

The lower third suffers from skin laxity, gravity, and bone loss in the chin and jawline, creating a down-turned mouth, jowls, receding chin, and lack of aesthetic definition.  The advanced placement of neurotoxins and fillers can provide the structural support and lift to create a more youthful appearance.

Recent years have seen a significant increase in the number of non-surgical procedures performed for facial rejuvenation.  Patients seeking alternatives to surgical procedures include those who require restoration of lost facial volume, those who wish to enhance normal facial features, and those who want to correct facial asymmetry.  Important factors in selecting a non-surgical treatment option include the advantages of an immediate cosmetic result and a short recovery time.

Credentialed Professional Injectors and Highest Quality Product

It is extremely important to select an experienced aesthetic nurse injector.  Continued training and education is essential as neurotoxins and facial filler products are continually being introduced to the market.  Our Registered Nurses work closely with Richard W. Maack, M.D. regarding new products and techniques.

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