What is a less expensive alternative for facelift?

Question

I’m 45 and I’ve developed very pronounced nasolabial folds. After some research I decided fat grafting is my solution. I sent out my pictures to a few doctors. Apparently I need a face lift. I also got some quotes. I’m only a teacher and I’m in no financial situation to indulge myself with such an expense. Is it possible to do just fat grafting for now? Is there another alternative for me? By the way my body is resistant to all kind of fillers and also Botox.


Answer from Dr. Anton

Face Tite is a non-incisional, affordable alternative to a facelift

You are not alone in wanting a less expensive, results driven alternative to a facelift. I recently introduced Face Tite to my practice just for those patients who are not ready, needing or wanting a full facelift but would like to achieve significant improvement in their aging face. Face Tite was recently FDA cleared for the U.S. market and will become the new standard in non-excisional aesthetic surgery for comparable results to a facelift, necklift and can also be used to treat other body areas such as eyelids, abdomen, knees, arms and breasts.  The Face Tite technology has been in use internationally for the last 7 years with over 30,000 patients safely and effectively treated, providing unmatched skin contraction. Face Tight offers a quick treatment with less patient downtime yielding 65-85% of the result a facelift/necklift can achieve but without general anesthesia, incisions, sutures and scars.  Not to mention vastly reduced post-op concerns, pain and recovery time for patients (10-14 days of just swelling). Face Tite can be performed in the office under local anesthesia or in combination with other surgeries under general anesthesia.