This time of year is special. It gives us the opportunity to shower our friends and loved ones with our affection. It provides us with unique joys, such as kissing under the mistletoe, and it brings out our childlike wonder. At the same time, the holiday season can be tricky when it comes to making sure your needs don’t get pushed aside. Specifically, that you are able to schedule the treatments you need to bring your best self to every holiday gathering. Here, we will describe a few of the ways that patients of our Utah plastic surgery offices can feel great as one year extends into the new.
This has got to be one of the best ways that we can tailor treatment to every patient. The ViveLift ® non-surgical face lift treatment maximizes the power of injectable solutions by perfecting the technique with which they are used. We take a 3 dimensional approach that addresses more than lines and wrinkles, more than volume loss; it addresses the very structure on which the youthful face is maintained. Results are visible immediately, allowing us to reinstate youthful facial contours in the most natural-looking way.
The use of injectables has changed the way that people age, and we enjoy being a part of our patient’s anti-aging routine! One of the best things about injectable solutions like neuromodulators (Botox and Dysport) and dermal fillers is that these treatments require no down time and they achieve quick results. Dermal fillers can smooth away lines, plump the lips, and erase under eye bags immediately. Neuromodulators take a bit longer to reach maximum impact, so schedule your treatment about a week to two weeks prior to your holiday parties. Some of the issues that are commonly treated with neuromodulators today include drooping brows and heavy eyelids, worry lines, and crow’s feet.
We understand that you want to feel like your best self at all times. Our extensive training and experience are only outdone by our enthusiasm for bringing out each person’s inner beauty. For pre-holiday treatments, call us in Layton, Draper, or Bountiful.