Turn Back the Clock with LiteLift™
As we age, our skin loses elasticity and collagen, causing sagging skin, lines, and wrinkles. For many, a facelift is the go-to procedure to address these signs of aging. However, not everyone may be ready to undergo such an invasive procedure. For those who are looking to turn back the hands of time without undergoing a traditional facelift, the LiteLift may be the answer! Read on to learn more about this breakthrough facial enhancement option.
What is the LiteLift?
The LiteLift is a modified facelift procedure developed by our own Dr. Horowitz and Dr. Nichter. This facelift technique is less invasive than a traditional facelift, with less downtime as well. The LiteLift is not a thread-lift, and is a real facelift that uses limited incisions for natural-looking results.
During the LiteLift, local anesthesia (in most cases) is used, and our doctors use limited incisions, which are virtually undetectable when healed. Results are also extremely natural-looking, so you won’t have to worry about looking overdone. Plus, because the incisions are limited and local anesthesia is used, there is less swelling and bruising, resulting in less downtime. Many patients are even able to return to work within just one week!
Who Can Benefit?
Both men and women who have loose skin, lines and wrinkles, deep folds, or sagging under the neck can benefit from the LiteLift. However, a consultation with one of our board certified plastic surgeons in Newport Beach is needed to review your medical history and examine your facial anatomy to assure you are a good candidate.
Don’t Miss Out on Our LiteLift Educational Event!
Because we feel that the LiteLift procedure is such a great alternative to a traditional facelift, we are hosting a LiteLift Educational event on Thursday, November 9th 5pm-7pm and Saturday, November 11th from 10am-12pm. This is a great opportunity to learn more about this exclusive facelift procedure, as well as learn about non-surgical solutions to further enhance your LiteLift results. To learn more about our LiteLift Educational Event, click here.
If you are interested in the LiteLift procedure or have any questions, feel free to contact our office today!