Silhouette InstaLift™: The Lunchtime Facelift That Won’t Bankrupt You

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When signs of aging like lines, wrinkles and drooping jowls start to crop up, you might wonder if a facelift might be order. But lots of men and women don’t want or aren’t ready for a costly surgical procedure to help them turn back the hands of time and reclaim a more youthful appearance.

With Silhouette InstaLift™, you can get the best of both worlds: a younger, rejuvenated look without spending the time or money on surgery. If you’d like to know more about this quick and painless lunchtime procedure, take a look at these answers to some of the most common questions.

How Does Silhouette InstaLift Work?

Silhouette InstaLift usesabsorbable threads with special bi-directional conesto help not only lift the deeper layers of skin but to alsostimulate collagen production for even more comprehensive results. Even after the cones have completely dissolved, your skin should now have enough added collagen to be able to hold itself into place and stave off wrinkles and sagging for longer.

During your consultation, you and your cosmetic surgeon will discuss the specific concerns that you’d like to improve and come up with the best cosmetic treatment plan. Then, your cosmetic surgeon will use a needle to carefully place the threads in key areas for your face to help achieve your goals.

How Long Does InstaLift Take?

One of the biggest benefits of Silhouette InstaLift is that it won’t take much time out of your day. This in-office procedure can be done is as little as 45 minutes under local anesthesia, so you should feel little to no pain or discomfort. Some people liken the sensation to that of getting injectable fillers or BOTOX®.

More and more people are turning to nonsurgical options like Silhouette InstaLift to look and feel their best.

Is There Downtime?

Some people experience slight swelling and bruising directly after their Silhouette InstaLift appointment, but these side effects should go away on their own over the next 2 to 3 days. While you should avoid very strenuous exercise, facial massages and prolonged sun exposure for a few weeks after your procedure, you can expect to resume your normal daily activities the very next day.

Your cosmetic surgeon should also provide you with a list of guidelines to help you heal more quickly and efficiently and get the best results. This might include things like not putting on makeup for the first 24 hours, sleeping with your head elevated for the first few nights and refraining from aggressive rubbing or cleansing.

When Will I See My Results?

Another great benefit of InstaLift is that, like its name says, you can see your results just about instantly. As soon as any swelling or bruising diminishes, which shouldn’t take more than a day or two, you can start enjoying your more youthful and revitalized new look, no extensive recovery or waiting period required.

How Long Do Silhouette InstaLift Results Last?

There’s no hard-and-fast rule for how long your results could last after InstaLift. But even after the threads themselves dissolve,the effects of new collagen growth can last for years to come. That said, no cosmetic procedure, either surgical or nonsurgical, can completely stop the natural aging process in its tracks.

To help prolong your results and keep your skin looking and feeling healthy and radiant, pair healthy lifestyle habits with innovative nonsurgical procedures like InstaLift. Try to avoid spending too much time in the sun, wear sunscreen, use the right skincare products and eat a healthy, balanced diet to give your skin a boost and keep it looking great.


Silhouette InstaLift™: The Lunchtime Facelift That Won’t Bankrupt You
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Silhouette InstaLift™: The Lunchtime Facelift That Won’t Bankrupt You
Have questions about Silhouette InstaLift? Cosmetic surgeons Dr. Lowery and Dr. Jackson of Hamilton Surgical Arts in Noblesville, Indiana have the answers.
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