Using biodegradable threads placed deep into the skin with simple needle, adjusting Dr. Moussa can reposition sagging tissue in the mid face, neck and jowl area to a higher, more youthful position. The results are immediate. The treatment is not painful and your lift should last about 18 months.
NON-SURGICAL, IMMEDIATE AND LASTING LIFT
Silhouette InstaLift® is the only non-surgical rejuvenating procedure that uses advanced Micro-Suspension Technology™ to offer immediate and lasting results.*
MINIMAL DOWNTIME, LONG LASTING RESULTS
The procedure only takes under an hour and is done right in your doctor’s office. InstaLift also has minimal downtime with most signs of treatment (ex: bruising, swelling, and tenderness at the treatment site) dissipating within 24–48 hours. Patients can get right back to their activities and enjoy an instant lift in the cheeks, while adding volume over time for long lasting results.
MICRO SUSPENSION TECHNOLOGY™
Silhouette InstaLift® is a treatment unlike any other. Our Micro Suspension Technology™ is comprised of micro cones that are placed in the deepest layer of mid-facial skin. It delivers an immediate lift and gradually restores lost facial volume of the mid face by activating your own natural collagen production for a more youthful appearance that continues to improve over time. The sutures and cones are made from poly lactic-co-glycolic acid (PLGA), a well-known biomedical copolymer that is biocompatible and biodegradable.
Dr Moussa has received training for Silhouette InstaLift and is now offering this procedure to her patients. Silhouette InstaLift is health Canada approved procedure that helps with mid and lower face lifts.
Dr. Moussa will insert a thread suture under your skin, then use her aesthetic skill and expertise to lift and reshape the surface of the skin. No incision is required, as the suture is inserted using a fine needle. The lifting effect is immediate and will continue to gradually and naturally restore facial volume. There is almost no downtime and results last at least 18 months with many patients reporting more than 2 years.
In one simple, short office procedure of about 45 minutes, you can walk out looking like you did years ago.