Anti-Aging Injectables
The Liquid Facelift

As we age, the face begins to lose collagen and elastin, which is reflected in sagging skin features, the loss of facial volume and elasticity, and finally the formation of wrinkles, creases, and folds.

The main goal of the facial liquid facelift is to restore and enhance your facial features while maintaining your natural look. In fact, injectables can potentially help you avoid surgery facelift if you start before the wrinkles and folds are too deep. An optimal face liquid facelift it’s achieved by injecting a combination of dermal fillers with the use of a wrinkle freezer like BOTOX ®.

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Comparison Between Liquid and Surgery Facelifts

Gentle lift of individual (or overall) facial features Full facelift
Maintain your natural look Almost always lose your natural look
No downtime At least two weeks of recovery time
No surgery risks Needs general anesthesia, risk of infections
Easy to fix in case of dissatisfaction Irreversible, fix only with more surgery
Reduced wrinkles, creases or folds by filling out Reduce Wrinkles, creases and folds by stretching and cutting skin
Restoration of natural, curved facial contours by modeling with the dermal filler Difficult to restore natural contours and curves
A more rested, energetic look Always leaves scars, leaves unnatural look
A friendlier smile It changes your expression
Temporary Permanent and needs maintenance anyway

The dermal filler is product in constant development; pharmaceutical companies are always searching for the next best product.

Today we have available The Second generation dermal fillers that provide more enduring results than earlier products.  The new group of 2nd generation, advanced dermal fillers includes Juvederm Ultra®, Juvederm Ultra Plus®, Radiesse®, Restylane®, Perlane® and Sculptra®. 

Some of the most common anti-aging aesthetic procedures performed by Dr. Jennine Cabanellas with Sculptra® are aging cheeks, under-eye hollows, nasolabial folds, and thin lips.

She can create with  Restylane® smoothness around the eye and tear-trough area between the eye and the cheek, with Botox® she minimizes crow’s-feet and can lift the brows to open the eyes.

How The Procedure is Done

At  The Wellington Institute. Dr. Cabanellas first administer a nerve block or sometimes applies a numbing cream. 

Some of the longer-lasting and permanent fillers contain Lidocaine making them almost painless after the first injection.


We suggest you stop taking aspirin and other medications a couple days before your procedure to limit bruising.  

Post Procedure Care

Some of the normal post procedure effects are swelling, bruising, and redness which varies depending on the patient, those effects can last from a few hours up to a week or more.
 liquid4.jpg After this period the fillers settles in and you can see the full results right away.  
Like anything else, the results of a liquid facelift depends very much on the fillers used, the amount used and most importantly the maintenance, a liquid facelift can last from four moths up to three years depending on these variables.

Keep in mind the limitations of injectables and fillers so you don’t have false expectations, they are temporary so you have to repeat the procedure  as soon as you see changes in order to avoid starting from scratch, they can provide fullness, and enhance your natural look but they cannot lift or tighten sagging skin. Finally, be careful with excess amount of fillers because they can ruin your natural appearance.

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