What Is Facial Contouring?
Collagen and elastin are the two components that tend to diminish significantly as we age. Especially after 30, facial volume declines at a more rapid pace, making it much harder to maintain our appearance. This makes facial contouring more and more necessary. While the aging process cannot be fully reversed, taking advantage of the powerful aesthetic treatments available today can be quite beneficial in warding off signs of aging. Facial contouring, or sculpting, involves a combined use of dermal fillers and neurotoxin injections to deliver the best of both treatments all in one go.
When is Contouring Needed?
When facial volume loss really begins taking its toll, the need for a facial contouring treatment becomes more necessary. As you age, you will notice your cheeks becoming shallow, your lips becoming thinner, and your skin becoming looser. While losing collagen, it may seem like the situation is totally hopeless. However, our full range of dermal filler and neurotoxin injection options are here to work together, helping you sculpt the look you want without extensive downtime or discomfort.
Facial Contouring Treatment Options
Facial sculpting features a combination of injectables like BOTOX and fillers like Juvéderm. This combination addresses concerns treated by both dermal fillers and neurotoxins all at once. Dermal fillers can help diminish facial lines and wrinkles as well as restore volume and fullness to your cheeks. Meanwhile, Neurotoxins such as BOTOX can reduce the appearance of crow’s feet and glabella lines (frown lines). They can also address forehead wrinkles and other similar concerns. Our joint facial sculpting treatment is a comprehensive solution to multiple age-related problems all at once!
Facial Contouring in Lindenhurst, Long Island New York
At Modern Dose, our team works hard to deliver effective aesthetic treatments while minimizing downtime. If you are in need of facial contouring, we invite you to explore our full range of dermal filler and neurotoxin injection options. To request an appointment, please call us at (631) 429-DOSE or fill out the form below.