Skin naturally becomes more lax as we age, and this is most apparent in the face, as one of the parts of our body that is near-constantly exposed. Sagging and loose skin on the face can manifest in jowling along the jaw, and wrinkles and fine lines on the lips, around the eyes, on the forehead, and more.
There are several ways to treat sagging face skin, with a variety of devices and options at PHI Clinic to address these concerns.
Ultraformer Ultrasound Technology
Most commonly known for its uses in sonograms, ultrasound can also be applied to treat sagging skin on the face, as it is used to gently heat the tissue for ongoing collagen remodelling. This leads to an improvement in texture and tone of skin, as well as a tightening effect for a reduction in loose skin. We use Ultraformer, an ultrasound device that is sometimes referred to as the HIFU non-surgical facelift that yields lasting results.
Infini Radiofrequency Technology
This technology works by targeting the deeper layers of the dermis for an improvement in the underlying structures of the face, and as well as improving skin laxity can reduce the size of large pores. We use the Infini, which is clinically proven and effective in reducing the appearance of sagging face skin, with some patients needing just a single treatment.
However, this may vary and we recommend that for a complete treatment plan you visit us for a consultation with one of our highly trained clinicians.
Dermal Fillers For Sagging Face Skin
If you’re hesitant at the thought of energy devices, but still want a noticeable result, we recommend that some sagging face skin concerns can be treated with dermal fillers. For example, jowling along the jaw can in some cases be improved by reintroducing lost volume into the cheek.
Our doctors and injectable nurses all attend both in house and external training regularly in order to maintain and improve their skills for optimal results and happy patients.
Find Out More
For more information about how we treat sagging face skin, or to book a consultation to discuss treatment options with one of our highly trained clinicians, you can contact us on 02070345999.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in the contact form on our website. To see previous results and find out more about our treatments, you can follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.