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A liquid facelift is an alternative procedure to a standard facelift operation. The end result is intended to be similar; the facial features become tauter and more defined. This requires eliminating loose and hanging skin by tightening it up, and reducing wrinkles and other blemishes as well through the production of new skin cells on the face. Liquid facelifts make use of different chemical treatments in order to complete these objectives.

Professionals Who Provide Liquid Facelifts

There are a few different types of professionals from whom you may be able to receive a liquid facelift. The first is a dermatologist. Certain dermatologists will specialize in this type of cosmetic surgery as well as in other sub fields of dermatology. In any case, these dermatologists will be very knowledgeable not only about the risks and benefits of liquid facelifts, but also about alternative methods that you may have available to you for accomplishing the same tasks.

Cosmetic Surgeons

The other professional who is likely to be able to help is a cosmetic surgeon. These doctors are more likely to be specifically experienced in providing the liquid facelift procedure, but they may not have as much of a background on other types of procedures, and the risks and benefits of liquid facelifts.

For more information about liquid facelifts, and to determine if this treatment option is a valid choice for you (and if it will benefit you as much as possible), speak with any of the professionals listed above or with your general practitioner.


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