Spring Into Confidence: The Rise of Minimally Invasive Facial Contouring - Rosenberg

Spring Into Confidence: The Rise of Minimally Invasive Facial Contouring

Spring is a time for renewal and there is no better time for a transformative procedure to improve your look and feel. The Plastic Surgery Center of Maryland, PA offers a range of minimally invasive facial contouring procedures to brighten your appearance and give you the confidence to spring into a summer filled with socializing and fun activities.

Minimally invasive procedures have the benefits over traditional surgery of less downtime, fewer risks, quicker recovery, and affordability. Available treatments to improve facial appearance include thread lifts, Kybella for double chin reduction, and non-surgical nose reshaping.

Thread Lift

A thread lift is minimally invasive and gives a subtle facelift effect. Thin, dissolvable sutures with tiny barbs are placed under the skin. The barbs grip the tissue to lift and tighten the skin while also stimulating collagen production. A thread lift is not a facelift substitute; it is less dramatic.

The lift is temporary and generally will last one to two years. Ideal candidates are individuals showing mild to moderate aging, such as fine lines around the nose and mouth and laxity of skin in the midface and neck regions. There is minimal downtime, so most people can return to work and normal activities the next day. Some bruising, swelling, and tenderness around the treated area may last two to five days.

Kybella Double Chin Reduction

Kybella is an FDA-approved injectable treatment that destroys fat cells under the skin with deoxycholic acid. Kybella results are permanent but may require several sessions to achieve effects. The ideal candidates for Kybella are those with moderate fullness under the chin and are in good health. Candidates should also have realistic expectations.

Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not undergo a Kybella procedure. Downtime is minimal. Typically, normal activities can resume the day after treatment. There may be some bruising, swelling, and tenderness after the procedure.

Non-Surgical Nose Reshaping

Non-surgical nose reshaping is done using injectable fillers that can add volume, fill in depressions, and contour the shape of the nose without altering its structure. Fillers are placed in specific nose areas to address concerns such as a bump, droopy tip, or uneven bridge. Good candidates are individuals with mild asymmetry or a slightly droopy tip and should have realistic expectations.

The effects of injectable fillers last one to two years. Patients may experience mild bruising, tenderness, redness, and swelling at the injection sites for several days to a week. There is little or no downtime, an immediate return to work, and regular activity.

Spring Into the Season with the Plastic Surgery Center

Spring is a time of renewal and rebirth. Now is the time to jumpstart the summer season with a confidence-inspiring treatment to help you shine. Schedule your consultation with Dr. Rosenberg today to see if minimally invasive facial contouring is right for you.

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