Medical Cosmetic cover the areas of Bristol, Cheltenham and the Midlands our main clinic locations are:
Bute House, Bridge Road, Frampton on Severn, Gloucestershire, GL2 7HA and Groundwell Farmhouse, Woodcutters Mews, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN25 4AU

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Liquid Facelift with Juvederm filler

As we age, the skin loses collagen and elasticity and starts to sag. This results in the formation of jowls. We lose volume in the cheeks and temples resulting in a flat and hollow appearance, the lips becoming thinner and less defined.
A liquid facelift, also known as the Y lift, 8 point lift and the lunch time facelift, makes it possible to gently lift the entire face without the need for surgery. This restores the natural, curved contours of the face in a much more subtle and natural way. It can also be used to lift specific facial features depending on the aesthetic harmony of your face.
It is a bespoke treatment as it is designed according to your needs and facial symmetry. It can be used to lift under the eye area, the jowls and curves of the mouth. The eyes can be opened up and brightened, natural shape can be restored in the cheeks and the temples, the chin and jawline can be softened and bumps on the nose can be smoothed.
 it is achieved by the use of the Juvederm Vycross range, which are Voluma,Volift and Vobella. The Vycross range lasts between 12-18 months.Voluma is key to the uplift, as it works like superglue, sticking the sagging in an upward direction, strengthening the muscle attachments at the cheekbone. Small amounts of 0.1-0.3ml are used, so there is no risk of pillow cheeks. I can, of course use larger volumes over the cheek bone to produce a more contoured cheek, if desired.
Recovery is remarkable easy, as small needles and cannula snare used for this technique. The blunt ended cannula allows for less tissue disruption and therefore reduced likelihood of bruising. Taking arnica before any injectable treatment always helps to reduce your risk of bruising too!
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Contact Dr Alison Duncan on 07721 456220 (phone or text) or email