Non-Surgical
Facelift

Non-Surgical Face Lift Treatment in Greater Vancouver

Instant, often dramatic, youth enhancing results without surgery

Non-Surgical Facelift = Dermal Fillers + Injectable Botulinum Toxin + Advanced injection technique

Deep lines and wrinkles, volume loss, and sagging, contribute to a look of fatigue that often doesn’t reflect your inner vitality. A non-surgical facelift (also called a SoftLift, liquid lift, or lunchtime lift) addresses the most common signs of aging.

  1. Wrinkles and lines
  2. Skin deflation and volume loss
  3. Saggy, droopy skin
  4. Fatigued or worn out appearance

At EverYoung Medical clinics, our cosmetic doctors restore a fresh, youthful look to the skin and face by literally “filling” in wrinkles and sunken areas with fillers—and through specialized placement of product—lifting skin affected by gravity. The result is both natural and illuminating. Depressions in the skin cause shadows to form, and as we smooth these wrinkles or sunken areas, our skin appears revitalized and fresher. An added bonus? Smooth skin is light reflective—so you’ll look better in photos.

Our medical doctors in Port Coquitlam and Burnaby, use Hyaluronic acid fillers which are naturally present in our body. When this gel is injected, it acts like an inflated cushion to support facial structures and increase elasticity and hydration to keep skin looking fresh and supple. When combined with injective botulinum toxin and Dermal Fillers, which produce excellent results for lines and lifting in the upper face, total skin rejuvenation is achieved.

Make sure to check out our article about everything you need to know about non-surgical facelifts.

Non-Surgical Face Lift Treatments at a Glance

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One combination treatment

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Duration of Results

6 Months

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Anesthetics

None. A topical numbing cream is used on some areas.

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Best
Results

One combination treatment

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Duration
of Results

6 Months

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Anesthetics

None. A topical numbing cream is used on some areas.

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Risks

Low

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Risks

Low

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Procedure Time

30-40 minutes

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Procedure
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30-40 minutes

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Benefits of Non-Surgical Face Lift Treatment

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Total anti-aging facial rejuvenation without surgery
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Smooths lines and wrinkles
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Fills in creases, furrows and hollows
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Volumizes deflated areas of the face that have lost fat
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Lifts sagging skin for a firmer appearance
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Plumps lips and cheeks
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Balances facial contours affected by aging and gravity
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Natural, youthful results without surgery

Treatable Areas

Upper Face, Mid Face, and Lower Face correction of sagging, wrinkles and volume loss:

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Forehead and brow area
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Hollows below the eyes
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Hollows at the temples
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Deflated or sagging cheeks
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Smile lines (nasolabial folds)
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Thin lips
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Lip lines and wrinkles
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Downturned corners of the mouth (marionette lines)
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Chin indentations (pre-jowl sulcus)
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Jawline

FAQ's

The risks of a non-surgical facelift may include bruising, swelling, infection, asymmetry, and rare complications such as vascular compromise or filler migration, which should be discussed with a qualified healthcare provider before the procedure.
The best treatment for a non-surgical facelift depends on individual goals but often involves a combination of dermal fillers, thread lifts, and other minimally invasive procedures tailored to address specific concerns.
Non-surgical facelifts can provide temporary improvements in facial appearance by tightening skin and reducing signs of aging, but their effectiveness varies and may not replicate the results of surgical procedures.
The results of non-surgical facelifts typically last anywhere from several months to a couple of years, depending on the specific treatment used and individual factors such as skin type and lifestyle.
The FDA has approved various non-surgical facelift procedures, including certain dermal fillers, laser treatments, and ultrasound or radiofrequency devices, for improving facial appearance by addressing wrinkles, sagging skin, or volume loss.
A non-surgical facelift is often referred to as a “liquid facelift” when it involves injectable treatments like dermal fillers and neuromodulators to rejuvenate facial appearance without surgery.
The best non-surgical facelift for individuals over 60 often involves a combination of treatments such as dermal fillers, skin tightening procedures like ultrasound or radiofrequency devices, and possibly neuromodulators to address wrinkles, sagging skin, and volume loss tailored to individual needs and desired outcomes.
No, a non-surgical facelift is not permanent; its results are typically temporary and may require periodic maintenance treatments to sustain desired improvements in facial appearance.
Non-surgical cosmetic procedures can be performed by licensed medical professionals, such as dermatologists, plastic surgeons, or trained aesthetic specialists, depending on regional regulations and the specific procedure.
As of my last update in January 2022, the newest non-surgical facelift procedures may include advanced techniques using high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU), microneedling with radiofrequency, or innovative injectable treatments, but developments continue beyond that timeframe.
As of 2023, the best non-surgical anti-aging treatments may include advanced techniques such as high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU), radiofrequency microneedling, neuromodulators like Botox, and dermal fillers tailored to individual needs and desired outcomes.
Surgical cosmetic procedures involve invasive techniques that require incisions and downtime, while non-surgical procedures are minimally invasive or non-invasive, typically involving injections, lasers, or other external treatments with less recovery time.
Non-surgical facial aesthetics refer to cosmetic treatments and procedures that enhance or rejuvenate facial appearance without the need for surgical intervention, often involving injectables, lasers, or skin tightening technologies.
Non-surgical aesthetics encompasses cosmetic treatments and procedures that enhance or modify one’s appearance without invasive surgical methods, utilizing techniques like injectables, lasers, or skin rejuvenation technologies.
Non-surgical procedures provide temporary results, typically lasting from several months to a few years, depending on the specific treatment and individual factors.
A non-surgical facelift refers to a cosmetic procedure that aims to rejuvenate the face without surgical intervention, often using techniques such as injectables, lasers, or skin tightening devices.
Yes, skin type and color can be significant considerations for certain non-surgical treatments, as they can influence the effectiveness and potential risks, particularly with procedures like lasers or chemical peels.
Individuals who are in good health and have realistic expectations about the outcomes can consider non-surgical treatments, but specific eligibility depends on the type of procedure and individual factors assessed by a qualified medical professional.
The procedure involves non-invasive or minimally invasive techniques such as injections, lasers, or skin tightening devices to rejuvenate facial appearance without surgical intervention.
The number of treatment sessions required varies depending on the specific non-surgical procedure chosen, individual goals, and the recommendation of the treating medical professional.
While most non-surgical procedures have minimal long-term side effects when performed by qualified professionals, potential risks such as scarring, pigment changes, or allergic reactions can vary based on the specific treatment and individual factors.
Recovery time for non-surgical procedures is generally minimal, with many individuals returning to normal activities immediately or within a few days, though specific timelines can vary based on the type and extent of the treatment.
The most effective face-lift procedure depends on individual needs, but surgical facelifts generally provide the most dramatic and long-lasting results for addressing significant signs of aging and skin laxity.
There’s no strict age limit, but factors such as skin elasticity and overall health become more critical considerations, so the optimal time for a facelift varies depending on individual factors and desired outcomes.
Disadvantages of a non-surgical facelift may include temporary results, the potential need for repeated treatments, and limitations in addressing severe skin laxity or structural changes compared to surgical options.
Recovery time for a non-surgical facelift is typically minimal, with most individuals resuming normal activities immediately or within a few days, although specific timelines can vary based on the procedure performed.
To maintain the results of a mini facelift, individuals should follow post-procedure care instructions, avoid excessive sun exposure, maintain a healthy lifestyle, and consider periodic non-surgical treatments for optimal longevity.
Yes, non-surgical methods to address loose skin may include treatments like radiofrequency therapy, ultrasound technology, laser treatments, or skin-tightening creams and devices.
Yes, non-surgical methods to tighten skin after weight loss may include procedures such as radiofrequency treatments, ultrasound therapy, laser skin tightening, or the use of topical creams and lotions designed to improve skin elasticity.
The effects of a liquid facelift, typically achieved through injectables like dermal fillers and neuromodulators, can be seen immediately, with optimal results becoming fully apparent within a week or two after the procedure.
The cons of a liquid facelift may include temporary results, potential for unevenness or overcorrection, risk of bruising or swelling, and the need for periodic touch-up treatments to maintain desired outcomes.
A liquid facelift typically lasts from several months to over a year, depending on the specific injectables used and individual factors such as metabolism and lifestyle.
The side effects of a liquid facelift may include temporary swelling, bruising, redness, itching, or the rare occurrence of lumps or asymmetry at the injection sites.
The frequency of needing a liquid facelift varies based on individual factors and the specific injectables used, but many individuals opt for touch-up treatments every 6 months to 2 years to maintain desired results.

Swelling after a liquid facelift typically subsides within a few days to a week, although individual experiences can vary based on the person’s response and specific treatments received.

The benefits of a liquid facelift include immediate visible results, minimal downtime, customizable treatments, and the ability to address multiple facial areas without surgery.

The most common complication of a facelift is hematoma, which is a collection of blood under the skin that may require drainage.
When performed by a qualified and experienced professional, liquid facelifts are generally considered safe, but like any procedure, they come with potential risks and side effects that should be discussed and understood beforehand.
Whether a liquid facelift is better than a surgical facelift depends on individual goals, desired outcomes, and the extent of facial aging, as each approach offers unique advantages and limitations.
A liquid facelift is generally less invasive with minimal downtime but may not provide the same long-lasting and dramatic results as a surgical facelift for addressing significant signs of aging and skin laxity.
The number of syringes required for a liquid facelift varies depending on individual needs, areas treated, and desired outcomes, with some treatments using anywhere from one to several syringes of injectable fillers or neuromodulators.
Painful experiences after a facelift may include discomfort, swelling, bruising, tightness, or sensation changes in the treated areas, requiring pain management and follow-up care.
A liquid facelift often involves the use of fillers, but it can also include other injectables like neuromodulators to rejuvenate and enhance facial appearance without surgery.
The complication rate of facelifts is relatively low when performed by skilled surgeons, but potential risks include hematoma, infection, scarring, and anesthesia-related complications.
A facelift can effectively reduce visible signs of aging by tightening sagging skin and muscles, resulting in a more youthful appearance, though individual outcomes can vary.
A liquid facelift is performed by injecting dermal fillers, neuromodulators, or other injectable agents into specific facial areas to lift, contour, and rejuvenate the appearance without surgery.
After a facelift, you should follow your surgeon’s specific post-operative instructions, which may include guidelines on when and how to gently cleanse your face without disrupting healing or incisions.
The effects of a liquid facelift, typically achieved through injectables, can be seen immediately with initial results visible shortly after treatment, but optimal outcomes may develop over a week as swelling subsides.
The benefits of non-surgical face rejuvenation include minimal downtime, reduced risks compared to surgery, customizable treatments, and the ability to address various facial concerns such as wrinkles, volume loss, and skin laxity.
A liquid facelift typically takes about 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the areas treated and the specific injectable products used.

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