Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation Options With Dr. Seify

Dr. Hisham Seify is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, an active member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and The American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS). Dr. Seify has published a wide range of scientific articles, a medical book, and medical textbooks chapters on the subject of plastic surgery. He is the Winner of the 2007 prestigious Sherrell Aston Award from the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS). He is the winner of the 2013-2019 Orange County Physicians of Excellence award as well as being the winner of the 2012- 2019 US News Top Doctors In America award by Castle Connolly and US News. Haute Beauty sits down with body expert Dr. Hisham Seify to learn more about non-surgical rejuvenation options and how to maintain your results.

Facial RejuvenationPhoto Credit: ShutterstockHB: What is non-surgical facial rejuvenation?

Using techniques like an injection of fillers, i.e. Botox. Laser, Ultrasound, and Radiofrequency tightening can also help to achieve facial rejuvenation without surgery.

HB: What non-surgical options are available for facial rejuvenation?

·Fillers: Micro or nano fat. HA fillers (e.g Restylane) or Radiesse.
·Neurotoxins: Botox
·Ultrasound: Ulthera
·Radiofrequency (RF) with or without microneedling
·Laser resurfacing

BotoxPhoto Credit: ShutterstockHB: How can you upkeep your facial rejuvenation results?

·Avoid swings in weight loss or gain
·Use sunscreen
·A healthy diet, hydration, and rest
·Healthy lifestyle and exercise

HB: How long do the results usually last?

·Fillers: 1-2 years
·Botox: 3-4 months
·RF, Ultrasound, and laser variables depend on aging, sun exposure, etc.

HB: Who is a good candidate?

Mild to moderate facial aging. The more skin excess, fat excess, or muscle laxity the harder non-surgical techniques will work. Newer minimally invasive techniques like awake liposuction with skin tightening can also help many patients.