Facial rejuvenation doesn’t always involve surgery and incisional scars. For many people with mild signs of aging, limited downtime, or medical conditions that limit the use of anesthetics, a Miami non-surgical facelift may be a great option.
The Need for An Artist’s Eye
Although fillers are not as involved as surgery, it takes a high skill level and keen artistic perception to know where to place the fillers and when to stop. We have all seen the results of incorrectly placed fillers on some celebrities. When it comes to facial fillers, it is important to trust your face to only the most qualified plastic surgeons and dermatologists. Dr. Lampert has had to treat numerous patients with lumps from other overzealous and inexperienced injectors. These lumps of superficial visible product are also known as a “Tyndall Effect” due to the way the filler products can scatter light.
Dr. Lampert has become quite skilled in the use of hyaluronidase, a special injectable enzyme that helps treat patients suffering from the “Tyndall Effect.” Dr. Lampert injects hyaluronidase to dissolve excessive Juvederm, Restylane, Voluma, or Perlane that was too superficially placed by the prior doctor. Once corrected, additional injections of filler can be performed deeper or at the appropriate level. Of course, it is always easiest to get it right the first time. Trust your face to only the most qualified board-certified plastic surgeons specializing in the aesthetics of the face!