Acculift will make you ageless, instantly!
The Acculift facelift procedure is an advanced facial rejuvenation process. As we age, our face begins showing signs of wear and tear. We become easily fixated on and bothered by a few cosmetic flaws. If you have been thinking about wanting to do something about a few of your problem areas, such as sagging cheeks, under-eye bags, or loose skin under the chin, but don’t want to go through the process of a face lift, Acculift may be the perfect fit!
Acculift is performed with a laser and is much less invasive than a traditional facelift. The new technology is designed for individuals who desire immediate, competent, and long lasting results, in the least amount of time.
The laser carefully removes excess fat and tightens skin
The Acculift procedure is a restoration process. In order to reinstate an aging face to a more youthful look, Dr. Hochman will carefully undergo the laser process.
The areas to be treated are numbed with a small amount of local anesthesia. The AccuSculpt laser then enters in through small incisions and the excess fat deposits are removed. Sagging skin is tightened and the laser is removed. Your face will now reflect your youthful glow and will no longer show signs of gravity. To finish up, small incisions are closed with one small suture and scarring is hardly visible.
The culmination of minimal downtime and cost reduction will have you enjoying your youthful look even more.
Acculift is less costly than a traditional facelift. The advanced precision and efficiency of the Acculift laser produces a timely procedure. The procedure usually involves local anesthesia and is extremely safe.
You can go into surgery feeling confident and leave just 60 minutes later. There is very minimal downtime so you don’t have to worry about taking a lot of time out of your busy schedule. After the surgery, you won’t have to wait long to start seeing the magic that the Acculift has done. Enjoy immediate results and start enjoying your youthful look right away!
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