“Absolutely,” says Dr. Deborah Sarnoff, leading cosmetic dermatologist and clinical professor of dermatology at the New York University (NYU) School of Medicine. “AceLiftTM is appropriate for people who are in need of more volume in their face, and for those suffering from sun damage and wrinkles. It’s a non-surgical alternative to the traditional facelift.”
For the bulk of women in their 40s, 50s, 60s, and older, a surgical face-lift does nothing but lift the lower portion of the face. While it eliminates jowls and tightens skin, it does nothing to improve your skin’s quality or contribute to the building of collagen and elastin, essential ingredients to healthy, youthful skin.
Dr. Sarnoff emphasizes that in addition to people seeking a facelift alternative, even patients who’ve had a faceLift in the past are good candidates for an AceLift. “Instead of a second faceLift, with the risk of creating the ‘wind-tunnel’ effect -— an overly tightened face that appears gaunt, frozen, and over-pulled —- many of my patients opt for an AceLift.”
Patients may choose to have a complete AceLift, which addresses the entire face and neck, or may prefer to focus on individual areas such as the eyes, face, or neck separately.
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