The Top Five Reasons to Avoid Surgical Facelift
310.856.9173 to schedule a consultation today” src=”http://www.rejuvalifeold2.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/Nonsurgical%20Facelift.jpg” style=”width:300px; height:200px; margin-left:5px; margin-right:5px; float:right” />Facelift surgery can be dangerous. This alone is reason enough for many people to avoid seeking this type or cosmetic surgery. In addition to being risky, reasons you may wish to avoid a facelift include:
- Anesthesia risks
- Unnatural looking results
- Visible scars
- Surgical risks such as excessive bleeding and infection
- A lengthy recovery period
There are a number of reasons a person may choose to avoid facelift surgery, but this doesn’t lessen the desire to look and feel good about yourself. If you’ve chosen not to go under the knife however, what options do you have?
Beverly Hills cosmetic physician Dr. Andre Berger is pleased to offer nonsurgical facelift alternatives that can help you look both youthful and natural, all without the risks associated with surgical procedures. Options such as fat transfer, dermal fillers, and even trendy services like Vampire Therapy (Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP) can safely and effectively reduce signs of aging with little to no downtime. This means that a treatment now can have you looking your absolute best in time for Thanksgiving. Dr. Berger would be happy to discuss this with you in greater detail during your initial consultation.
If you are considering nonsurgical facelift to improve your appearance in time for the holidays, Dr. Berger may recommend OcuMend™ to help reduce bruising at the injection site. This topical product has been proven to significantly reduce skin discoloration following dermal filler and fat transfer injections. Dr. Berger can discuss this with you in greater detail during your initial consultation.
To schedule your consultation at our Beverly Hills office, please contact Rejuvalife Vitality Institute today. We welcome patients from Los Angeles and all surrounding California communities.