Non-Surgical Facelift FAQ
There are many things people call non-surgical facelifts. When we talk about non-surgical facelifts, we are referring to restoring your dental system to a more youthful state, which in turn gives your entire face a rejuvenated appearance.
The procedure we offer can correct many common complaints people have about their aging facial appearance, including:
- Sunken cheek or lips
- Excess, hanging skin
- Jowls and turkey neck
- Receding chin
All of these can be caused by tooth and jaw problems.
Facelift surgery is attempting to replicate a more youthful appearance through an unnatural process, including cutting, lifting, and stretching skin and underlying tissues. As a result, these procedures can result in:
- Extended recovery time
- Unnatural appearance
Unlike a traditional facelift, our non-surgical facelifts seek to restore your more youthful appearance by restoring your face’s youthful structures, and can achieve results without any of the above risks.
No. People who have lost teeth can often benefit from a non-surgical facelift, but many people find their appearance is affected by their teeth. Worn, chipped, or cracked teeth can also cause your face to lose its natural proportions, as can a jaw that is out of place.
To properly perform a non-surgical facelift, the dentist must understand the principles of neuromuscular dentistry and how they work together to contribute to your facial appearance. Dr. Ronald W. Konig has received training at the prestigious Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies and has helped many people in the Houston area experience healthy, more attractive, properly proportioned smiles.