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nonsurgical faceliftOne of the first features that people notice about you is your face. But if lines and wrinkles are making you look much older or less energized than you are, you might be considering facial rejuvenation.

The good news is that there are plenty of surgical and nonsurgical facelift options to help you look your absolute best.

 

1. Facelift

Perhaps the most well-known surgical solution to facial lines, wrinkles and sagging skin is a facelift. This procedure can be a great option for men and women who are looking for a more dramatic transformation than nonsurgical options may be able to provide.

A facelift primarily addresses the signs of aging through the lower face and jaw area, such as marionette lines and jowls.

2. Injectables

If you’re on the hunt for facial rejuvenation without surgery, injectable treatments like dermal fillers and/or BOTOX® Cosmetic offer a nonsurgical facelift alternative.

Dermal fillers like JUVÉDERM® are typically used to help smooth away lines and wrinkles around your mouth, as well as restore facial volume in your cheeks and lips. BOTOX, on the other hand, is usually the best choice for getting rid of forehead lines, “11 lines” between your eyebrows, and crow’s feet.

Injectables usually only take 20 to 30 minutes to complete and don’t require any downtime afterwards.

3. Laser Treatments

Laser skin treatments can be another great nonsurgical facelift alternative that can help you look years younger. Laser treatments can improve a variety of skin concerns, including sun damage, acne scars, lines and wrinkles and sagging skin.

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Curious about your non surgical face lift options? Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Waleed Ezzat of Boston, Massachusetts shares some top picks.
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