What is a liquid facelift and how is it different from a normal facelift?
The term liquid facelift is a name given to the use of a combination of facial fillers (such as Restylane and Perlane) with Botox or Dysport. The Botox or Dysport are used to treat the upper one third of the face. This improves the forehead and glabellar wrinkles. The fillers are used for the nasolabial folds and the marionette lines. In addition, they are sometimes used to augment the cheeks. The traditional facelift is a surgical procedure that helps to improve the neck and jowls.
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