That’s a big question (should you have fillers or a surgical facelift) and the short answer is: it all depends. What does it depend on? Well… what does your face look like now? What are you hoping to achieve? How big a change are you looking to make? Are these changes things that can be addressed with filler? To get the answers to those questions you need to get your face in front of a great practitioner and take their advice. Also, the 8-point lift feels like a rather old-fashioned concept these days. Not everyone needs treating in the suggested eight points – it’s usually better to allow a skilled practitioner to use filler where they can see it will be most effective. If filler isn’t going to get the results you’re looking for, do you have the budget for a facelift? Are you able to take a good two weeks to recover? These are the things you need to be thinking about.
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