Alma Clear Lift
ClearLift® Laser -The Lunch Time Face Lift
The ClearLift® Lunchtime laser "face lift" grows in popularity. It allows for a virtually pain-free and no-hassle treatment that can take years from your face in 3-6 monthly treatments of under 30 minutes each.
Not everyone is a candidate, however. Where there is significant skin laxity, a surgical facelift may still give you your best result. Nonetheless, for those needing less dramatic intervention, ClearLift®
may be a good option.
You will need to be patient, your results will develop over time. The ClearLift® laser works by heating the tissue underlying your epidermis, causing the body to respond to the "wound" by producing more collagen. The treatment is fast and completely pain-free. Following your first treatment you may see some nice plumping due to minor post-treatment swelling. This will recede in a few days. Don't, however, make the mistake of thinking you have seen your results come and go. The ClearLift® works over time and also improves fine lines, wrinkles, the appearance of small veins and redness caused by vascularity. It is gentle enough to treat areas that are typically too sensitive to treat with traditional ablative lasers, such as the delicate skin around the eyes, neck, mouth and chest.
ClearLift® heats deep beneath the skin. During treatment you feel nothing, but a pleasant warmth. Many patients tell us that it is actually quite relaxing. No numbing creams are used; they aren't needed. You also see nothing. The treatment leaves no mark of any kind on the surface of the skin. So, you may think that nothing is happening. But, if you are patient and see the treatment through, you should be very pleased with your result. After you complete the full course of monthly treatments, we recommend maintenance treatment sessions once or twice yearly.
Many patients find that they can get quite dramatic results by combining the ClearLift® laser with dermal fillers and Botox®. You will be very surprised to see how much can be achieved without surgery.
Why not come in for a consultation to see if you are an appropriate candidate?