Liquid Facelift Specialist

Zand Dermatology

Dermatologists located in Mill Valley, CA

Liquid Facelift Q & A

What is a liquid facelift? 

At Zand Dermatology, we specialize in a non-surgical liquid facelift that is designed to replace a loss of fullness in the skin. During a liquid facelift, a patient receives multiple injections of dermal fillers targeting restoring fullness in the temples, lower eyelids, cheeks, and help soften lines around the mouth. 

What areas does a liquid facelift treat? 

Focus areas for a liquid facelift include the temples, lower eyelids, cheeks, and marionette lines (folds between the nose and mouth). Benefits of a liquid facelift include: 

  • Non-surgical facelift procedure (no cutting of the skin, only injectables)
  • Reducing a look of tiredness in the skin
  • Combatting the impacts of aging on the skin (wrinkles and fine lines)
  • Replacing a loss of fullness, leaving the skin looking refreshed
  • Restoring and balancing natural volume loss

How long do the effects of a liquid facelift treat?

Depending on the patient and type of filler, results last anywhere from 6-9 months.

Will I look overdone?

At Zand Dermatology, our goal is to not only delay the aging process but also soften it with individualized, effective treatments with dermal fillers. Our natural approach with injectable dermal fillers ensures that our patients never leave with an unnatural appearance (no chipmunk cheeks!). Instead, we work to restore natural volume loss so our patients leave looking more rested, refreshed, and lifted.

Does it hurt?

With any cosmetic injection, there is the potential for discomfort during the procedure; however, we take every step to ensure sure you feel comfortable. We will prescribe you topical numbing cream to your pharmacy to apply 30 minutes before your appointment to treatment areas. We recommend reading our cosmetic instructions under "Patient Info" to help prepare for your procedure and minimize the chances of bruising.

Before & After Photos from Real Zand Dermatology Patients