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8-point facelift

8-point lift is an advance technique of restoring volume and face structure, all lost due to the aging process or sudden weight loss. It consists of applying dermal hyaluronic filler at 8 point. The procedure is minimally invasive but it provides incredible natural results.

This technique was first developed by doctor Mauricio de Mayo, well known Brazilian surgeon. Nowadays, this technique is applied all over the world and is a very popular non-surgical treatment.

We are always trying to achieve natural results in our practice, therefor this procedure is quite popular among our clients.

What is 8-point facelift?

During the aging process we lose the subdermal fat tissue on or face which leads to skin sagginess and appearance of wrinkles. As years went by, better understanding of the aging process i pattern by which this fat tissue is resorbed, more advanced treatments have been developed. That means that we can make a face look younger much more effective than before.

Where is dermal filler applied during the 8-point facelift?

The decision regarding the place of appliance of the dermal filler is applied by the doctor during the consultation, but usually the points are as follows:

  • Cheek bones – bringing back the volume and better projection
  • Bags under your eyes – for removing the tired look
  • Nasolabial wrinkles – evened out tan
  • Lip corners – lifting the corners of the lips removing the sad face expression
  • Lower jaw – tightening of the skin
How does 8-point facelift work?

A small amount of dermal filler of various density is applied on the precisely determined points is applied to the middle and lower third of the face. This procedure will lead to a subtle face lift that will be noticeable but completely natural.

What type of filler do we use?

At Sculpturelle we use the latest generation of hyaluronic fillers from Allergan’s Vycross line, and those are: Juvederm Voluma, Juvederm Volift i Juvederm Volbella.


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