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Liquid Facelift

Nonsurgical Facelift using MD Codes

A liquid facelift is a term applied to non-surgical facial contouring using dermal fillers and muscle relaxants.  A liquid facelift concept was introduced over a decade ago when dermal fillers with sufficient strength to create a cheek and jowl lift were introduced.  However, the invention of MD Codes™ by Mauricio de Maio, a Brazilian plastic surgeon, in 2015 ignited a revolution in liquid facelifts. Our Doctors provide natural contouring with dermal fillers and a free assessment for all cosmetic injectable treatments.
For a free consultation with our Doctors call us on 07 3350 5447 or book online. 

Liquid facelift concept, before and after picture.

Facial contouring with dermal fillers, chin and jawline fillers – results are individual.

Dermal filler for cheeks, chin, jawline and lip wrinkles.

*Dermal filler cheeks, chin, jawline and lip wrinkles.

*Non-surgical face contouring – results are individual

Liquid Facelift Using MD Codes™

Dr de Maio realised that there were critical points on the face, which could change the static appearance of facial contours and change how the face moved with expression when treated with dermal filler. His concept of dividing the liquid facelift technique into key functional (and treatment) areas created an injecting template. This allows for consistent, reproducible outcomes in facial contouring. In addition, Dr de Maio realised that treatment is best performed in a set order. Starting with the foundation codes, then contour codes and refinement for beautification and achieving a natural balance.

Foundation Codes -Cheek codes responsible for face structure and the connection  -between the upper and lower face.

Contour codes -Temple, chin & jawline – are responsible for face shape and harmonising the face.

Refinement codes – Around eyes, the forehead, eyebrow and lateral eye areas for improving the eye area and relevant for attractiveness & beauty.

The mouth, nasolabial, lip, and marionette area for mouth improvement are relevant for the natural appearance after the whole face has been structured.

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Treatment Approach for Liquid Facelift using MD Codes

The initial assessment is to determine what the client wishes from their facial contouring.  To look younger? To appear more attractive, look more feminine, more masculine, look less sad or angry? This is followed by assessing specific areas of deficit, i.e. volume loss or absence that can be recreated with dermal fillers to harmonise the facial appearance.

The outcome of a liquid facelift using MD Codes is natural facial contouring or aiming for optimal beauty based on an understanding of different parts of the face interaction with each other.

Liquid facelift approach.

The liquid facelift treatment sessions are divided into three or sometimes four sessions. Always commencing with the structural codes, then progressing to facial shaping and, lastly, facial aesthetic refinement. This achieves natural facial contouring, you will not look overdone, tight but you should start getting comments on your appearance. It is, in essence, a non-surgical facelift.

How much filler is required to achieve a liquid facelift?

The exact amount depends on what you want to achieve. For example, it may be 8 – 16 ml of filler over 3-4 sessions. Our Doctors will discuss your priorities and also your budget to develop a suitable treatment plan.

For a free consultation with our Doctors, call us on 07 3350 5447 or book online. 

For a Free Consultation call us on 07 3350 5447  
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