Liquid Facelift Hawaii Expands Slate of Non-Surgical Procedures to Combat Aging

As of this year, the medical professionals at Liquid Facelift Hawaii, led by Board Certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Larry Schlesinger, have begun offering patients more non-surgical alternatives than ever to fight the aging process. Their expanded roster of services includes the latest advances in dermal fillers, facial rejuvenation, and facial paralyzers.

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Liquid Facelift Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii (PRWEB) May 10, 2013

As of this year, the medical professionals at Liquid Facelift Hawaii, led by Board Certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Larry Schlesinger, have begun offering patients more non-surgical alternatives than ever to fight the aging process. Their expanded roster of services includes the latest advances in dermal fillers, facial rejuvenation, and facial paralyzers.

Dermal fillers and rejuvenation treatments can add volume, reduce creases and lines, and paralyze muscles to restore a youthful fullness to your face. Dermal fillers can be used to soften lines and wrinkles, plump lips, enhance shallow contours, add volume to cheeks, augment a weak chin, reduce nasal labial folds, and improve the appearance of recessed scars. Paralyzers can be used to diminish forehead creases and lines caused by squinting or frowning, and smile lines around eyes. Patients can undergo a complete facial rejuvenation without surgical down time.

According to Dr. Schlesinger, one of the leading plastic surgeons in Hawaii, injectables are definitely a viable option for patients who are not quite ready for a surgical facelift because of their age, cost of the surgery, or the recovery time required. In some facial areas, these dermal fillers can give better results than surgery, such as nasal labial folds from the nose to the corner of the mouth.

Of course, surgical procedures are sometimes the only anti-aging intervention that works. However, once a patient has a facelift, injectables can offer a desirable option to lengthen the benefits of the surgery and delay the necessity of a second surgery to some time in the future.

The results of these non-surgical procedures last anywhere from three months to five years after treatment. For example, patients often receive Botox injections every three to four months, while Sculptra injections, used to restore facial contours and fullness administered over a six-month period, can last up to five years.

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Liquid Facelift Hawaii is a plastic surgery center with treatment offices in Honolulu and Kona. They specialize in plastic surgery, along with non-surgical procedures such as Perlane, Radiesse, and Botox. Dr. Schlesinger, who has himself performed over 20,000 procedures in his 30 year tenure as certified cosmetic surgeon and Hawaii Botox doctor, currently treats patients at both locations.


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