*Dr. Levine performs Liquid Facelifts from the comfort of her office in NYC.
True Liquid Facelift vs. True Transformation
The liquid facelift consists of fillers, as described in the above procedure. However, as a medical sculptor, Dr. Levine’s goal is to achieve a patient’s desired transformation that brings out the optimal beauty of their face. *In order to do so, Dr. Levine may suggest a combination of procedures, all of which can typically be completed within an hour and a half in her NYC office and require minimal downtime. The combination of natural, non-surgical facelift procedures such as Ultherapy with the liquid facelift allows for a deeper, longer lasting effect that brings out the patient’s beauty rather than looking artificial.
Prior to starting the liquid lift, renowned NYC Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Jennifer Levine, will thoroughly examine each patient and review the patient’s anatomy and goals. Dr. Levine then cleanses the injection site and determines the patient’s anatomic planes, this helps determine where the injections need to be placed in order to create a natural, rejuvenated look. The primary injection will be made in the upper-outer quadrant of the outline. Starting the injections on the side allows the patient’s entire face to be lifted before any injections are started in the front. This helps the patient’s face look naturally rejuvenated rather than “filled.”
After, Dr. Levine addresses smile creases and wrinkles towards the front of the face. By starting an injection laterally, Dr. Levine minimizes the amount of product and injections that will be needed on the bottom or center of the face, giving a more oval or heart-shaped look. Once the fine wrinkles around the bottom of the mouth are injected with filler, Dr. Levine may use products such as Dysport™ on the brow area and on the white part of the lip to release fine lines, improving the natural, rejuvenated look of the face. Products such as Botox, Dysport and Xeomin simply relax the nerves in the immediate area, which cause muscle action that is responsible for the lines. It is also inserted into the skin of the neck, if necessary, which allows for the smoothing of the skin.