Why Choose the Silhouette Instalift Over a Regular Facelift? Because it’s NOT a Facelift.

October 12, 2016
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Instalift (2)The newest innovations in facial rejuvenation technology are simply remarkable. We’re moving towards a trend of reduced invasiveness, faster recovery times, and long-lasting results; it’s almost as if traditional plastic surgery techniques like the facelift are being left behind in the dust. One newly emerging procedure is the Silhouette InstaLift. It’s quickly turning into one of the hottest treatments in the cosmetic industry. Want to find out why more and more women are choosing the Silhouette Instalift over regular facelifts?

How Does Silhouette Instalift Work?

Silhouette Instalift works through the insertion of special, absorbable sutures under the skin. Not only do these sutures provide lift, but they are made out of Polyglycolide/L-lactide (PLGA), which makes them completely re-absorbable by the body. Silhouette Instalift doesn’t need incisions for these sutures, and these sutures can’t be seen from the outside or felt by you.

Improving Results

We know, it might seem too good to be true, but Silhouette Instalift has another benefit that’s truly a game-changer when it comes to facial rejuvenation: not only will you see immediate improvement once the sutures are placed, but the sutures should also stimulate collagen production in the skin. That means that your results will continue to improve even after your procedure is done!

What Does the Silhouette Instalift Work On?

Much like a traditional facelift, Silhouette Instalift lifts and tightens the deeper layers of the skin to reduce sagging jowls, gaunt cheeks, and loose skin on the neck.

Avoid That Super Long Recovery

You’ve seen it in TV and movies: the patient completely wrapped in bandages like a bruised mummy. We all know that facelifts are a drastic surgery with a serious recovery period—but now thanks to Silhouette Instalift; you can rejuvenate your face without having to stick through the serious commitment of an invasive surgery. Silhouette Instalift uses sutures to get the lifting effect, but it’s only a minimally invasive procedure. That means most patients experience minimal downtime after Silhouette Instalift; some patients have even driven themselves home immediately after the procedure! Although patients might experience some swelling, redness, and bruising, it’s very slight and temporary.

It’s the best of both worlds: the benefits of minimally invasive procedures combined with the effects of the facelift. Now that we’ve put a fire in your belly for Silhouette Instalift, remember to go to a practice known for its experience in skin rejuvenation results; so remember to contact Key Laser Institute for a free consultation.