You’ve heard of the non-surgical facelift – but do you know what’s really involved? Is it really non-surgical? What are the healing times? When can you see results. Here are some guides and information about what a non-surgical facelift is:

  • A non-surgical facelift usually starts with a comprehensive consultation with a physician or nurse. He or she will evaluate your concerns with facial wrinkles, deep lines, creases and other facial flaws such as sagging areas.
  • Next, your physician or nurse will recommend a combination of Botox and dermal fillers such as Juvederm, Restylane, Perlane or Radiesse to help correct these problematic areas on your face.
  • You will return to see your physician or nurse for touch-up treatments if needed.
  • Using a combination of Botox and dermal-fillers will help correct different types of wrinkles, creases and other signs of aging.

The procedure is considered non-surgical and has several benefits:

  • There’s are no surgical incisions made to your skin.
  • You can go back to work or home immediately following your treatment
  • You will begin to see results within a few days or up to a couple of weeks.
  • Results typically last 4-6 months.
If you or someone you know has been thinking about getting that non-surgical facelift, contact Touch of Class Medspa and Laser Center in Glendale.  They professionals at Touch of Class can help you plan a course of action against the signs of aging and help you look younger and more rejuvenated without the costs, risks and down-time associated with surgery.  Call 818.502.3636 for appointments.  Don’t forget to check out their monthly special for Botox and Juvederm.  

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