The K-Lift: Put Your Best Face Forward This Valentine’s Day

by Dr. Ramtin Kassir, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Feb. 3, 2017, 11:54 a.m.

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, which doesn’t leave much time for preparation! In fact, holidays have a tendency to rush up on us before we’ve even remembered they were coming! This already leaves little time to plan a hot outfit that goes with struttable heels, compose our makeup palette that looks naturally seductive, and worry about our hairstyle looking chic, but effortless. With last minute planning, there are bound to be some casualties, but unlike blemishes and a bad haircut, the lines on your face can’t magically disappear...or can they?

With the K-Lift (aka: the liquid facelift), Dr. Ramtin Kassir creates a non-invasive, zero recovery-time facelift that will smooth out your face (and your day!) and leave you with a rejuvenated appearance that extends over the course of a year.

Because a combination of dermal fillers and botox (or dysport) are used in order to achieve the K-Lift (liquid lift), every individual can customize the procedure to meet their unique concerns. And if they feel they need more or less, the fillers are adjustable and can be removed quickly and painlessly. As time passes, the products, which contain hyaluronic acid (a substance in the body that regulates moisture retention in the skin), are broken down and naturally metabolized by the body.

If you’re interested in learning more about this procedure or other emergency beautifying treatments, please feel free to reach out to info@drkassir.com or call one of our offices at 201-288-3000 (NYC), 201-857-2370 (Ridgewood), or 973-692-9300 (Wayne) to set up a consultation.

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