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Cosmetic Surgery

5 Most Popular Non Surgical Facelift Surgeries

Various useful, minimally invasive solutions exist if you want to avoid a typical surgical facelift or if you’ve previously had one and want to preserve your results. If you want to look younger without undergoing surgery, these non-invasive procedures may be for you. Additionally, because they give additional benefits that a surgical facelift cannot, they are an excellent supplement to the treatment. Some popular options for a nonsurgical facelift by Dr. Victoria Brighton Givens include:


Renuvion uses radiofrequency radiation and helium plasma to tighten loose skin and subdermal tissues. Renuvion’s heating and cooling capabilities can be accurately controlled thanks to radiofrequency and plasma. This ensures that tissues are heated to the ideal temperature for a contraction while assuring patient safety and comfort. 

Radiofrequency radiation from renovation also promotes the creation of collagen deep under the skin, resulting in tighter, more youthful-appearing skin. Renovation can be used to tighten the whole face, including the brow, lower cheekbones, jawline, neck, and region around the eyes.


By heating the subdermal layers of tissue, forma by inMode lifts skin, tones, and smooths face and neck areas. This heat encourages the creation of collagen in the dermis, resulting in healthier-looking skin that continues to improve for months after treatment. Patients’ skin temperatures may be monitored in real-time with forma’s electrode-emitting handpiece, which also has a cut-off temperature to ensure their safety.

Microneedling with Radiofrequency

Microneedling is a procedure in which small needles are inserted into the top layers of skin to inflict micro-injuries in the skin, causing it to heal on its own. With radiofrequency microneedling, the skin on your face and neck is heated to encourage the formation of new collagen and elastin fibers deep inside the dermis. The result is noticeably tighter, smoother skin that improves over time.

Dermal fillers

One of the most common nonsurgical alternatives for a facelift is injectable fillers. It has been used for decades. Several different types of fillers may be used to restore volume to areas of the face that have lost it over time. Depending on the practitioner’s expertise, some may be used on the face. While fillers can help produce a more defined jawline, they can augment the chin to give the face a thinner look. Filler results normally last between six and 12 months.


In the battle against dynamic wrinkles generated by facial expressions, Botox is the best option. glabellar lines, forehead wrinkles, vertical lip lines, and horizontal creases in the forehead can all be treated by Botox injections. Another way to achieve this look is to inject the filler directly into your masseter muscle. In nonsurgical facelifts, Botox and dermal filler injections are frequently used in conjunction for best results. Typically, the effects endure between three and four months.

Bottom Line

An expert cosmetic surgeon may execute a non-surgical facelift in such a way that the results not only seem natural now but also continue to age gracefully with you in the years to come. Nothing can stop the natural aging process, but a facelift by Dr. Victoria Brighton Givens should always make you seem years younger than your real age.

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