For this week’s blog we thought it would be interesting to have a ‘Throwback Thursday’ moment; a video that was made several years ago when the latest ‘non-surgical facelift’ procedure was called ‘The Y Lift’..
When you have a few minutes, enjoy this footage to see how this ‘non-surgical facelift’ was done a few years ago!
The principles nowadays are similar, but so many aspects have improved over time to achieve optimum natural looking results. We now call this ‘The CSC Layer Lift’ which illustrates the concept: layering filler deep to simply give structure and support to restore youthful facial contours back to where they once were.
In response to patient feedback Dr Mountford has opened up extra dates to consult for all existing patients of The Cosmetic Skin Clinic. Throughout December and January Dr Mountford and some members of her team have opened extra clinic dates after numerous requests from patients in order to regroup on treatment plans, discuss new treatment options or to simply re-assess your face or body. Patients find this time of year is the ideal time to plan for the coming year.
She can also discuss any new and innovative technologies that will be with us in 2019, including a brand new body treatment coming soon…
These consultation sessions are complimentary.
To book your consultation with Dr Mountford on these extra dates or to find out more about ‘non-surgical facelift’ treatments and technologies, please call us on: London 0203 319 3637 or Buckinghamshire: 01753 646 660 or simply fill out the contact form here.
*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.
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