Liposculpture Dermal Fillers Before & After Photos(4)By Dr Lanzer

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Liposculpture Dermal Fillers Before & After Photos (4)


Note the areas that are marked. The patient has heavy folds around the nasolabial area. She has a reduction in volume due to loss of fat in the cheeks. She also has heaviness in the jowl area. This is a common complaint by women.


This is the patient post Liposuction to the jowls and dermal fillers to the nasolabial folds and cheeks. Note how much this has improved the condition of her skin. The heaviness in the lower face has been significantly reduced.

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Facelift/Liposculpture Dermal Fillers/Stem Cells

The before and after photograph seen in this page is a lady who underwent liposculpture dermal fillers of the jowls and neck followed by fillers in the cheeks, marionette lines and upper lip.

There are many different options with regards to facelift procedures.  Sometimes the facelift is performed surgically with a mini facelift or a deep face lift.  Other times, the lift is performed with a dermal or stem cell fat transfer.  There are also known surgical face lifts such as the Ulthera ultrasound device.  Ultimately, the procedure that is chosen is based on a number of factors.  First and foremost, the decision has to be that of the patient, whether they wish to have a full surgical procedure or if they are looking for a less invasive approach.  The second factor is the actual mode and type of aging that is present.  Sometimes if the aging is most related to thin skin that is drooping, in which case then it would definitely need to be a lift.  In other cases, the drooping relates more to loss of a deep facial structure in which case a dermal filler or stem cell fat transfer would be more appropriate.  Sometimes, the skin sags because of textural changes and in that situation, laser resurfacing would be a good choice.


The Liposculpture Dermal Fillers improved the situation in 2 ways.  First of all, part of aging is that fat collects in unwanted areas.  An ideal rejuvenated face has a v-shape where there is more prominence on the cheek level coming in on an angle to a tightly well defined chin.  With aging, patients develop jowls.  The jowl is a combination of localised fat and also sagging of the skin.  Sometimes the jowl needs to be treated with facelift surgery.  In this situation, there is tightening of the muscle and removal of skin around the ear.  This leads to an elevated and lifting effect of the entire face.  In the present case, a facelift was not performed but rather liposculpture using the tumescent technique.  By removing the fat of the jowls, the skin contracted in and this led to a more defined appearance.  The same thing occurs with sagging of the neck.  This is classically called the turkey neck where there is fat that collects along the neck to combine with loose, sagging skin.  By removing the fat, one can induce skin retraction.
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Many people wonder, how it is possible to just perform Liposculpture Dermal Fillers, the removal of fat, and at the same time get a facelift effect.  The reason that this happens is that once the fat is removed, there is an empty space in all the canals where the fat previously existed.  These canals close, due to the compression garments.  As a result, the overlying skin contracts and the clinical result is a tighter and firmer appearance.  Therefore, a face lift effect can be produced by liposuction alone.

In the case present, the other procedure that has been performed is a dermal filler.  There are 2 types of dermal fillers.  One is used on the surface to give a better contour shape.  This is particularly seen around the marionette lines and the lip.  One does not want to produce a very large bulging lip as this is not a cosmetically attractive appearance in Dr. Lanzer’s eyes.  Rather, one tries to get more volume in the lip so that there is a convex shape with definition along the vermilion border.  This border is the line between the lip and the upper lip.  If it is sharp and defined then this has a youthful appearance.  The second type of filler is a deep filler where the filler is placed in the cheeks under the muscle.  By doing this one restores the loss of volume that occurs with aging.  One of the main reasons for needing facelift is a loss of structure on the face.  This may be loss of muscle bone, fat and collagen.  By replacing the lost tissue, with either man-made fillers or with the patient’s own fat stem cells, one can regain the convex youthful appearance and the v-shape that people associate with youthfulness.

At the same time, one should always consider skin texture treatments to enhance the results of the new shape and the tighter appearance.  This may be with laser resurfacing or Viva devices or aimed at improving the skin texture so that the skin appears more refreshed and clean.


This is actually a concept that cosmetic surgerys and dermatologist surgeons only became aware of in the last few years.  For a long time, there was an emphasis on injecting Liposculpture Dermal Fillers in folds such as the nasolabial fold to improve aging.  Surgeons became aware that in fact the face is a 3 dimensional structure and by increasing the volume of lost tissue, particularly in the cheeks and forehead and temporal areas, one acquires a facelift affect.


We often hear of patients who have had multiple face lifts and end up having quite an unusual appearance where the face is curved and it is pretty obvious that they have had repeated facelift surgery.  Dr. Lanzer believes that this is often related to addressing just the skin but not looking at the 3 dimensional affect of putting in volume replacement as we have discussed in this article.


There are many techniques which surgeons can help patients understand what they are going to look like.  It starts by showing a patient in front of the mirror what sort of result one would expect.  With a mini facelift, the results are far more predictable as there is no significant change to the deeper structures.  Dr. Lanzer does offer 3-D photography with morphing which allows patients to have a better idea of how they may look.  Another valuable tool is looking at photographs of other patients.  Dr. Lanzer does have a large before and after gallery which he is happy to share with patients.  Either way, the process should start with a free no-obligation consultation with Dr. Lanzer so that one can understand what he recommends is the best option for your facial rejuvenation.


Laser skin resurfacing is a procedure that can improve skin texture and skin tone. It can also be used for the treatment of acne scars (acne scarring), pigmentation problems such as hyperpigmentation, and the like. Therefore, it has applications in both anti-ageing and blemish treatment.

Laser treatment can be done with a large variety of lasers. Laser names you may hear about include the fractional laser, erbium: yag laser, yag laser resurfacing, carbon dioxide laser resurfacing or CO2 laser resurfacing, fractional CO 2, ultrapulse, er:yag laser, intense pulsed light, ablative laser resurfacing and much more. Evidently, all these different terms can feel rather confusing to patients who are looking into this cosmetic procedure. So, which laser is the best and which one should be used for your treatment?

Different layers handle the skin differently. Some lasers will focus on the outer layer or epidermis alone, while others will penetrate the skin deeper and also tackle the dermis.

The truth of the matter is that different skin types can require a different laser. For example, some lasers are more effective on darker skin tones than others. In addition to that, certain skin problems may require ablation, while others do not. Evidently, this means a choice has to be made between ablative and non-ablative lasers depending on the problem the patient has. All these factors can change the type of laser used during laser resurfacing.

Certain lasers cause more side effects than others. It is also true that some lasers can increase the recovery time or recovery period for the patient. Therefore, it is important to speak to your cosmetic surgeon about the laser system that will be used for your treatment and what to expect.

Patients who are sensitive to outbreaks should report this before their resurfacing procedure takes place. In these cases, the cosmetic surgeon can prescribe some antiviral medication to prevent these outbreaks and subsequently prevent complications post-procedure.

Laser resurfacing is very popular in the world of dermatology and is often implemented alongside the facelift for extra skin rejuvenation benefits. The downtime post-treatment is subject to the treatments you have. For example, someone who has a facelift with laser resurfacing will need to recover longer than someone who had laser resurfacing on its own.

Resurfacing can be done on different areas of the body, although the most commonly treated area is the facial skin. It can provide a full-face treatment for fine lines and wrinkles, or even localised treatment for problems with skin pigment. Some lasers can also be effective for atrophic acne scars and hypopigmentation.

A gentle numbing cream or anesthetic can be used for resurfacing. Most patients do not experience any discomfort during this kind of treatment. Once the sedation wears off, most pain symptoms can be managed with over the counter pain medication.

Cutaneous laser therapy is commonly done to tackle lesions and abnormalities on the epidermal layers. Lesions could include acne scarring, sun damage, and the like. Severe cases of erythema, caused by blood vessels, could also be remedied by this kind of procedure.

In some cases, an occlusive dressing can be used on the treated area. This dressing is used to prevent dirt and bacteria getting onto the treated area and causing complications.

It is important to know that laser resurfacing provides long-term results, but that it does not stop the ageing process. Therefore, patients need to take good care of their skin after the procedure has been done. Sun exposure is one of the common contributors to hyperpigmentation, actinic keratoses, photoaging, and skin wrinkling. Therefore, protecting your skin against the sun with sunscreen after treatment is definitely recommended. Various topical solutions can also be beneficial to protect and nourish your skin after laser resurfacing.

Most patients will have to attend a follow-up after their procedure. The follow-up usually includes an evaluation of the treatment area and checking for signs of any complications. Follow-up appointments should be included in the price of your procedure.


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