Types of Facial Rejuvenation methods you need to know about

Some of the most exciting changes in the medical profession have been in the area of cosmetic surgery. New techniques are constantly coming up to keep up with the ever increasing demand of patients who want to look their best. One of the most interesting trends in cosmetic surgery involving facial rejuvenation, is the evolution of non-surgical procedures. Let us consider the top four non-invasive facial rejuvenation procedures.

1. Botox

The first and most popular non-surgical method is Botox. It is a cosmetic form of botulinum toxin that will temporarily eliminate fine lines from the facial skin. Botox insertion temporarily paralyze the muscles associated with wrinkles. By taking the stress out of these muscles, the face looks younger and more refreshed. These injections have also been found to relieve migraine headaches and reduce muscle cramps in the neck and eyes.

Though these injections are quick and easy, care should be taken to perform them under a board-certified plastic surgeon. If they are not administered by an expert, they can result in drooping eyelids, facial pain, and weakened muscles.

2. Soft Tissue Fillers

Another most popular non-surgical procedure is soft tissue or dermal fillers. Collagen in the skin tend to decrease as a part of ageing process, causing wrinkles and a loss of fullness in the face. Collagen loss most observed around the eyes, nose, eyebrows, mouth, cheeks and jaw line.. The insertion of soft tissue fillers into the skin can temporarily plump these areas. This eventually improves the appearance of facial scars received from injury or severe acne.

3. Chemical Peels

Exposure to sun, acne, and lifestyle factors such as excessive intake of alcohol or smoking can cause the skin to look blotchy. A chemical peel can help smooth the texture of the skin, as it consists of a chemical mixture that causes dead skin to slough off and eventually peel away. The regenerated skin is always less wrinkled than the old skin. This technique can be done in the patient’s home or at a dermatologist’s office. Nevertheless, if the procedure is being performed at home, it is advisable to seek out medical help before self-administering the peel.

4.    Thread

With aging, the tone of underlying structure of our skin becomes weaker.The effect of this along with the loss the fat volume causes sagging. The areas to suffer this sagging are the brows, around the eyes, the cheeks, the jaw lines and the neck. Thread lift provides a simple non surgical method to relieve facial soft-tissue ptosis and sagging of the skin. Threads used here has unidirectional edges which lie in one direction and open up. So, when implanted into the fat and tugged into place, they allow the soft tissues to gather and create lift and volume contouring. Thread lifting has superior esthetic effect on for skin lifting and facial rejuvenation.


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