Silhouette Instalift Ottawa

InstaLift is now available in Ottawa! It’s an innovative, non-surgical treatment that uses Micro-Suspension Technology that helps you achieve the look you want. InstaLift uses absorbable micro-cones to lift aging, mid-facial skin, including sagging cheeks and deeper nasolabial folds immediately. The procedure also activates natural collagen production to boost volume over time for up to 2 years. This advanced technology allows you to achieve the look you want — without surgery or fillers.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What sets InstaLift apart from other facial rejuvenation treatments?

InstaLift takes an innovative approach to mid-facial skin rejuvenation — addressing sagging mid-facial skin on the outside and volume loss on the inside. It’s the only non-surgical treatment with advanced Micro-Suspension Technology™ that uses micro-cones to provide an immediate lift and a gradual boost in natural collagen production.

How long will my cheeks stay up with InstaLift?

You may notice a youthful-looking appearance that continues to improve over 6 months following treatment with long-term results lasting up to 2 years.

Who is a good candidate for InstaLift treatments?

As with all treatments, be sure to ask your physician if InstaLift is right for you. InstaLift is most often recommended for women (mid-30s to age 50) seeking a rejuvenated, yet natural-looking appearance, as well as experiencing a loss of elasticity/sagging skin and loss of volume in the mid-face. They look in the mirror and lift their cheeks, wishing they could revert to where they once were and envision the youthful appearance they once had.

These women are looking for an immediate lift while adding volume over time. In fact, they may have previously received cosmetic injectables. However, they don’t feel ready for surgery. While they have good skin quality, they also notice their nasolabial folds and/or sagging in their cheeks.

Is there a general anesthesia involved?

No. Your physician will only use a local anesthetic to numb the area before treatment.