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Liquid Facelift (8-point lift) Treatment

Anti-wrinkle injections, muscle-relaxing injections, BotoxTM

Specialist Nurse, Aesthetic Physician or Plastic Surgeon

1 area £195, 2 areas £295, 3 areas £325 with specialist nurse

The 8 point lift is a targeted volumising and lifting facial procedure also known as the non-surgical facelift or liquid facelift.

As we age, loss of volume and elasticity in the face leads to skin laxity in the cheeks and lower face. Better understanding of this process has led to evolution of a more advanced and sophisti- cated approach to facial rejuvenation using fillers. By restoring volume loss in specific areas, an elegant and natural lifting effect can be achieved. Rather than simply filling lines and wrinkles, this procedure offers a more complete solution to facial ageing.

Who carries out this treatment?

Mary Chettiar
Mary Chettiar
Specialist Nurse
Mary completed her nurse training at the Royal free Hospital in London and has over 20 years experience in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. She was the head nurse for Plastic Surgery at Charing Cross Hospital for a number of years before moving to work overseas.
Janis Stanyer
Janis Stanyer
Specialist Nurse
Janis is an experienced specialist nurse with an extensive background using injectables for muscle relaxation as well as fillers. In addition, Janis sees pre- and post-operative plastic surgery patients and can provide insightful guidance and recommendation for a wide range of aesthetic treatments. Janis has a reassuring and calming bedside manner, and is sure to put even the most nervous patient at ease.
Marc Pacifico
Marc Pacifico
Consultant Plastic Surgeon
Mr Marc Pacifico MD FRCS(Plast) has been described as one of his generation’s rising stars in plastic surgery. His academic, surgical and practice achievements include, amongst others, coming top in the UK’s consultant level plastic surgery examinations (being awarded the Gold Medal), the publication of over 50 international peer-reviewed papers, being a regular invited speaker at conferences and the opening of his own private clinic, Purity Bridge, alongside his busy NHS and private surgical practices
Nora Nugent
Nora Nugent
Consultant Plastic Surgeon
Ms Nora Nugent FRCS(Plast) has joined Purity Bridge where she offers an individually tailored modern plastic surgery practice. The cornerstones of her practice are good communication with you and meticulous attention to detail as she feels this is vital to your decision to undergo any treatment under her care. This ethos is continued from your first consultation through to the end of your treatment to ensure that you get the highest possible care and are fully supported during this time.
Brent Tanner
Brent Tanner
Consultant Plastic Surgeon
Mr Brent Tanner is a highly experienced and renowned Consultant Plastic Surgeon. He has a special interest in non-surgical rejuvenation techniques to the face, with a particular interest in the Pearl LASER as well as injectable techniques to produce harmonious, natural and fresh results.
Roxy Belpassi
Roxy Belpassi
Dr Roxy is a fully trained aesthetic practitioner with a background in General Practice. Specialising in skin care, chemical peels, wrinkle relaxing injections and hyaluronic acid fillers, Roxy aims to produce natural-looking results in facial rejuvenation and beautification. She is passionate about making people look and feel their best.

What does it involve?

The 8 point lift uses the latest generation of Hyaluronic acid fillers to deliver precise injections to the cheek and lower face. Local anaesthetic cream can be applied to the skin beforehand to make injections more comfortable. The areas targeted include:

  • Cheeks – to improve volume and structure
  • Tear trough – to reduce a tired appearance
  • Nose to mouth corners - to relieve heaviness and folds Downward smile – to lift the corners of the mouth
  • Jowls and jawline - to improve sagging skin and jawline definition 

What are the benefits?

The procedure works well in those with mild to moderate skin laxity. Patients with severe skin laxity may also achieve some benefit but other techniques may be considered.
Compared to a full facelift, the advantages include:

  • No downtime
  • No general anaesthetic or risks of surgery
  • No scarring or stitches
  • Lower price/ affordability

You should see an immediate improvement after treatment, although the full benefits are visible 1- 2 weeks later and continue to improve up to 3 months.
Using the latest generation of fillers, results can last between 9-18 months depending on the individual.

Before and After

Specialist Nurse Botox Prices

1 area £195
2 areas £295
3 areas £325

Other thoughts regarding Fillers

Lisa Brendling is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon who has a specialist interest in facial reconstruction and aesthetics. During your consultation she will assess your face and devise a bespoke treatment plan. The procedure including consultation will take approximately 45-60 mins.

There is minimal or no downtime following the procedure and most people are able to return to work or social activities the following day.

You may experience some mild bruising, swelling, pain, redness or itch at the site of injections. These usually settle within a few days but may last up to 2 weeks. During this time camouflage make up can be used.

You may be advised to massage the treated area to help distribute the filler and minimise any lumps developing.

Cool gentle compresses may help to reduce the swelling and bruising. Paracetamol may be taking for the discomfort after treatment

Until the initial redness and swelling have resolved, avoid exposure of the treated area to intense heat, such as strong sunlight

Avoid taking aspirins, or non-steroidal pain-killers (ibuprofen, Nurofen), St Johns Wort or high doses of vitamin E supplements for a week after treatment. These may increase bleeding and bruising at the injection site.

Avoid exercise and alcohol for at least 6-hours after treatment. The treated areas may be washed with soap and water. If required, light make-up may be applied with clean fingers following treatment.

As HA is naturally biodegraded further treatments will be needed to maintain the results. Return visits are typically at 6-months post-treatment.

People who take medication to thin their blood (such as aspirin and warfarin) are at higher risk of bleeding and bruising so should avoid HA fillers. Similarly, people who take long-term steroids of- ten have very thin skin and are at higher risk of complications from the injections. HA fillers should be avoided if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, prone to lumpy scar formation (keloid and hypertro- phic scars) or under 18-years old. If you suffer from cold sores, please speak to the team about this as you may need treatment with an anti-viral medication to reduce the risk of these coming back following HA treatment.

Fortunately HA complications are unusual. As stated above, redness, swelling tenderness and bruising may occur at the site of injection.

Allergic reactions are very unusual with HA, as it is a naturally-occurring substance. Under- or over-treatment may occasionally happen. If under-treatment occurs, further HA may be given. With over-treatment, the HA may be massaged firmly to distribute it more widely to lessen the effects, until the body naturally reabsorbs it.

There have been rare case reports of very serious complications associated with HA fillers, such as blindness, when the HA filler was inadvertently injected into a blood vessel. Fortunately this is extremely rare and every precaution is taken to minimise any risks.

Prices starts from £1500

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