Liquid Facelift with Dr. Anthony Wilson
Dr. Wilson and his team provide comprehensive non-surgical rejuvenation for patients seeking less invasive therapy.
A non-surgical facelift combines dermal fillers and Botox®/Dysport® with ultrasound and radiofrequency skin tightening. Patients that are good candidates for this approach have minor to moderate volume loss of the face and slight skin laxity. Patients with significant skin laxity generally do not respond well to this form of therapy.
Non-surgical facelift candidates are first seen in consultation with Dr. Wilson or our PA Sarah Proulx. At this consultation, a treatment plan will be designed. This treatment plan incorporates multiple modalities of therapy to best optimize results. Most patients with non-surgical facelift will start the process with Sculptra® Aesthetic, Botox®/Dysport® and hyaluronic acid fillers to address fine dynamic lines and restore structural volume. Once the foundation has been established, our team will then treat skin laxity.
Most patients undergoing non-surgical facelift elect to complete a package. Typically, the packages take 3 – 6 months to complete and incorporate all the above-mentioned treatments.
Non-surgical necklift uses Botox®, non-ablative skin resurfacing (Frax 1550), and ultrasound radiofrequency skin tightening to restore natural neck contour. At times, fillers are used to fill necklace lines and other skin irregularities. Non-surgical necklift candidates are first seen in consultation with Dr. Wilson or our PA Sarah Proulx. At this consultation a customized treatment plan will be designed.
Patients can expect 3 – 6 sessions of varied therapies to provide an adequate result. Most patients undergoing a non-surgical necklift complete a package of treatments.
Leg, Arm and Hand Rejuvenation
Common issues facing lower and upper extremities include skin laxity, localized fat deposits, volume loss, cellulite, and veins. Surgical interventions of these areas often require prolonged recovery times that are not feasible for patients and their schedules. Minimally invasive extremity rejuvenation has little to no downtime.
Patients interested in minimally invasive rejuvenation should start with a consultation with PA Sarah Proulx. During this consultation the proper modalities for treatment will be discussed and determined.
For skin laxity and texture issues, fractionated resurfacing with the Frax 1550 and radiofrequency/ultrasound skin tightening are used. These are done in three to four sessions. Leg veins are treated with injections into the visible spider veins and laser therapy (ND:YAG) to the most superficial and smallest veins.
Localized fat deposits (banana roll, inner knees) are addressed with combination of Kybella®. Like skin tightening therapies, these interventions often require two to three treatments to achieve final results.
Hand rejuvenation uses filler and IPL to provide a natural correction to the aging process. As the hand ages volume is lost resulting in more prominent tendons and veins. Fillers such as Restylane® Lyft are used to restore this volume. In addition, pigmentation changes such as age spots are simultaneously treated with IPL. These treatments are typically done in a series of two or three sessions. Hand rejuvenation has no associated downtime.
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From Breast Augmentation to Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty and everything in-between, Board-Certified plastic surgeon Anthony Wilson, MD offers a wide range of procedures at his Portsmouth, NH office. If you are interested in booking a procedure, take the next steps by scheduling a consultation today.
Meet Dr. Wilson
Anthony Wilson, MD has vast experience performing facial, body, and reconstructive procedures. After receiving an undergraduate degree from Harvard University and completing training with a medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Wilson has continued to improve his technique to ensure the best results possible. Learn More about Anthony Wilson, MD, and why you should choose the Board-Certified plastic surgeon for your next procedure in the Seacoast Region.