How does one turn back the clock 10 years in one week?

Dr. Anne tells how in the video interview..

Easy. The non-surgical facelift . . . aka Friday- , Liquid- , Lunchtime-Facelift.

What is a non-surgical facelift?
Facial rejuvenation using injectable fillers to combat aging changes, such as wrinkles and volume loss. May also include the use of wrinkle relaxers such as Botox or Dysport to achieve a browlift.

How long does the procedure take and what’s involved?
The procedure is typically between 1-2 hours, depending upon the patient’s needs and whether the entire face is treated or just part of the face such as the eye area. For example, under eye bags, hollow cheeks and jowls, and droopy mouths can be treated by restoring volume with a dermal filler. Eyes can be opened up and lids lifted with Botox or Dysport.

What is the cost of a non-surgical facelift?
The procedure is normally priced by the products and amount of products used. A 3 syringe procedure will typically cost in the neighborhood of $2,000. The number of syringes needed will vary from individual to individual. If BOTOX┬« or Dysport┬« is utilized with the dermal fillers, then the cost may increase from $200 – $600.

Why should anyone consider this method over a traditional surgical facelift?
It is an excellent method of accomplishing rapid, minimal down time corrections with relatively low risk at a cost far below a traditional surgical facelift