If sagging skin, wrinkling and volume loss have begun to take a toll on your appearance, there are many different approaches you can take to treat these signs of aging. However, often men and women find themselves in an unfortunate middle ground. Creams and cleansers are no longer enough to ward off or conceal these changes, yet a full face lift seems like too extreme a step.
In years past, people simply had to wait until these signs of aging got worse before consulting a Long Island plastic surgeon. Meanwhile, Long Island residents who were a bit squeamish about going under the knife simply had to sit back and let their looks fade. Now, though, there is another option to help you look and feel your best without a scalpel: the “Liquid Facelift.”
What is a “Liquid Facelift”?
Long Island plastic surgeon Dr. James Marotta is an expert in facial aesthetics and anti-aging treatments. He specializes in non-invasive approaches including the use of injectables like Botox and dermal fillers. His signature “Liquid Facelift” is a non-surgical alternative to a traditional facelift that can produce amazing results. This procedure entails a combination of Botox and fillers such Juvederm, Restylane and Radiesse. The procedure is delivered via simple injections to address problem areas in the face.
What to expect during your “Liquid Facelift” at Marotta Plastic Surgery Specialists
The “Liquid Facelift” is performed by Dr. Marotta via simple injections to address problem areas in the face. This in-office procedure takes less than 15 minutes to perform and requires little to no downtime. Topical cream anesthesia and ice are used to maximize your comfort during your treatment at our Long Island location.
During your initial consultation at Marotta Plastic Surgery Specialists, your Long island plastic surgeon will conduct an extensive evaluation to identify the regions that need attention and figure out if a “Liquid Facelift” is the right choice for you. Contact us today to book an appointment.
Watch Dr. Marotta perform a liquid facelift: