Carmel Valley San Diego CA Y Lift Nonsurgical Facelift Beauty Treatment Launched

Aurae MD has launched its nonsurgical facelifts service in Carmel Valley San Diego, California. The clinic performs Y Lifts to tighten and lift the face and neck without surgery and offers affordable prices.

San Diego, United States - November 21, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Aurae MD has launched its nonsurgical facelift treatments in Carmel Valley San Diego, California. The clinic performs Y Lifts to tighten and lift the face and neck without surgery.

More information is available at https://auraemd.com.

The newly launched innovative treatment utilizes the latest and most technically advanced procedures for lifting and tightening comfortably with minimal to no downtime. The procedure is carried out by Dr. Emami, a leading medical aesthetics doctor.

The procedure provides a number of aesthetic benefits. A Y Lift accentuates the cheekbone region and reduces under eye hollowness. It also defines the jawline and decreases jowls. Additionally, the procedure refines lines around the mouth and significantly improves the upper neck area.

Each Y Lift is customized to the specific patient. No general anesthesia or incisions are required and results can be seen instantly. Results last between one and three years. The procedure is suitable for both women and men between the ages of 25 to 80. The clinic’s Y Lift procedure uses FDA approved fillers Voluma XC, Vollure, and Juvederm. To read about the procedure in depth click here https://auraemd.com/nonsurgical-face-neck-lifts.

The procedure takes between 60 to 90 minutes and patients may resume routine daily activities post-procedure with the exception of strenuous exercise. Slight tenderness may be felt for a couple of days after the procedure as well as minor swelling. Bruising is rare but can occasionally occur. A clean face will need to be kept for 24 hours after the procedure is completed.

Thanks to advancements in current cosmetic technology, it is now possible to undergo non-invasive procedures that can mirror the results of traditional facelifts. By avoiding surgery, patients can enjoy similar results but without the unwelcoming post-operative effects, such as facial discomfort and extensive healing time.

A Y Lift can be done all at once or in stages, depending on a patient’s goals, lifestyle, and budget.

More information about Aurae MD is available here https://www.facebook.com/auraemd or by calling 858-333-7855.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Margo Aura Emami
Email: Send Email
Organization: Aurae MD
Address: 9850 Genesee Ave Suite 840 Ximed Building, San Diego, CA 92037, United States
Phone: +1-858-333-7855
Website: https://auraemd.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88986730

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