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What Is A Nefertiti Lift Treatment?
An aesthetic surgery called a Nefertiti lift uses botulinum toxin injections in the bottom third of your face, jaw, and neck.
Other commercial names for botulinum toxin include Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin. It is a bacterial compound. Wrinkles and other age indicators can be brought on by muscle contraction. A Nefertiti lift can temporarily revive a young appearance without undergoing surgery.
how does it
how does it
A chemical must be injected into your face, neck, and jaw during the outpatient Nefertiti lift treatment.
Since there is no need for surgery, there is little danger for many people to undergo the procedure. The best candidates for the operation may be those who are dissatisfied with the effects of aging.
- An appointment is made with a doctor to talk through your treatment objectives
- A check-up from your doctor to examine your physical condition, your and the procedure’s needs
- A 15-minute or longer outpatient procedure in which a doctor injects botulinum toxin spaced approximately half an inch apart into the muscular band running over your lower face, jaw, and neck.
Very minimal recovery is necessary after this procedure. Without any downtime, you may leave your appointment and carry on with your usual activities. To get the results you want, you might need to use more than one treatment.A Nefertiti lift can temporarily smooth and define your lower face, jaw, and neck, delaying the aging effects of these areas.
The treatment can be carried out as an outpatient procedure and lasts for several months.
Nefertiti lift TreatmentStarting From
The starting price of Nefertiti Lift in Riyadh is 1500 SAR (+5% VAT). But the price can vary slightly from case to case. Book a FREE consultation to get an exact quote!
By one to three days, the effects of your Nefertiti Lift should be noticeable, and after two weeks, the complete benefits should be apparent. Three to six months will pass before the full impact becomes apparent.
Most neck lift patients will see that their pain, swelling, and bruises subside after two weeks and begin to show new neck contours. The swelling may take up to three months to go down.
Any Botox treatment may occasionally cause additional adverse effects, such as transient bruising, flu-like symptoms, headaches, nausea, or transient loss of facial control or drooping.