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What Is Facial Rejuvenation?

Facial Rejuvenation Miami, FL

Facial rejuvenation is any procedure that addresses facial cosmetics and aesthetics. It is a three-dimensional process involving muscle control, volume restoration, recontouring, and a thorough knowledge of anatomical properties and cosmetic techniques.[1] For optimal facial rejuvenation, the accepted surgical procedures of skin lifting and tightening could be combined with volumizing, thereby addressing ptosis, lines, folds, and volume loss.[2] There are various treatments ranging from invasive to non-invasive at Rotemberg Plastic Surgery: where our office transports you to a space that’s more elegant spa than a medical center. 

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About Facial Rejuvenation

Our faces instinctually dictate our lives if you think about it: attractive people have alluring faces. Our faces communicate how much sleep we’ve had. We try to estimate people’s age through their faces more than we care to admit. The way we express our emotions affects the way our faces look. And much, much more. The point is that our faces are essential and susceptible to a lot of outside forces, so it’s good to be informed about what resources are available so that they can all shine brightly.

Facial rejuvenation will undoubtedly improve your quality of life and provide high satisfaction without compromising safety.[3]

What Can Facial Rejuvenation Treat?

  • Discoloration
  • Crow’s Feet
  • Wrinkles
  • Age Spots
  • Sagging Skin
  • Under Eye Bags & Circles
  • Fine Lines
  • Acne Scars

Types of Facial Rejuvenation


  • Facelift
    • A facelift is a procedure where the soft facial tissues are lifted, with any excess skin removed, and then draped back over the newly altered facial contours. It’s also referred to as rhytidectomy.
  • Thread Lift
    • A thread lift is a procedure where temporary sutures pull back the skin, tightening it as a result. Instead of surgically removing the skin, portions of it are merely suspended. 
  • Necklift
    • A necklift is a procedure that tightens and removes skin from the neck. It’s also referred to as platysmaplasty.
  • Brow Lift
    • A brow lift is a procedure used to elevate drooping eyebrow areas or eliminate deep lines that run across the forehead. It’s also referred to as a forehead lift.
  • Eyelid Lift
    • An eyelid lift is a procedure used to correct imperfections or defects in the eyelid and the regions around the eyes. Also known as blepharoplasty.
  • Facial Fat Transfer
    • A facial fat transfer is a procedure where fat is extracted from a plentiful area on a patient’s body and transferred to the face to restore lost volume. It’s also referred to as a fat graft.
  • Ear Reshaping
    • Ear reshaping is a procedure that aims to correct imperfections and deformities in the ear. Also known as otoplasty.
  • Earlobe Repair
    • Earlobe repair is a minor procedure that restores natural contour to stretched out, torn, or gauged earlobes.


  • Microneedling
    • Microneedling is a procedure that involves repeatedly puncturing the skin with tiny needles to activate the body’s collagen-producing process. It is also referred to as collagen induction therapy.
  • Injectable Fillers
    • Injectable fillers are gels used to “fill” in deep facial creases and lines. They are useful for giving the face added volume and smoother texture.
  • Botox
    • Botox is an injectable neuromodulator that relaxes the muscles, preventing wrinkles and fine lines and providing the face a smoother complexion. Studies have found Botox to be both safe and successful for a wide variety of indications.[4]
  • Chemical Peels
    • A chemical peel is a process for improving and smoothing the facial skin where the outer layer is “peeled” off using a unique corrosive solution.
  • Laser Facial
    • A laser facial is a laser-assisted facial treatment that can restore, reverse, or rebuild the skin by creating microchannels that promote uniform healing through the production of new collagen.
  • HydraFacial
    • A HydraFacial is a specifically branded treatment that utilizes water to clean, exfoliate, extract, and hydrate the face.
  • Plasma Pen
    • Plasma Pen treatment is a revolutionary anti-aging treatment that lifts the skin and reduces aging signs by emitting ionized gas or plasma, which charges the air above the skin. A jolt of electricity removes and diminishes skin imperfections. The heat from the electricity vaporizes a tiny section of skin and creates an instant tightening effect.

Benefits of Facial Rejuvenation

  • Cleaner, More Radiant Complexion
  • Remove Wrinkles and Fine Lines
  • Tightens Loose Skin
  • Removes Appearance of Double-Chin
  • Reduces Redness and Puffiness
  • Treats Acne
  • Increased Confidence
  • Increased Feelings of Attractiveness
  • Increased Skin Elasticity
  • Cleanses the Skin
  • Improved Social Life
  • Improved Sex Life

Facial rejuvenation does not prevent the skin from aging, but it can remove years from a patient’s appearance by reducing the appearance of the signs of aging. The benefits of facial rejuvenation depend on the patient’s skin and the types of treatments chosen. Some procedures have relatively quick recovery times, and others have more extended downtimes.


The ideal candidate for facial rejuvenation is a non-smoker who is in good physical health and has realistic goals and expectations for their face and skin. Patients with fine lines, wrinkles, sagging skin, acne scars, uneven skin tone, and blemishes are prime candidates for facial rejuvenation. Anyone at any age can pursue facial rejuvenation treatments.

Personal Consultation

Every treatment process begins with your initial consultation with Dr. Rotemberg. Together, you’ll discuss your goals and the desired outcome for your face to determine the best path forward. Click here to book your appointment, or call us at (305) 539-7083, and a member of our staff will help you out.

Preparing For Facial Rejuvenation

In the days leading up to your facial rejuvenation treatments, patients should prepare by keeping the skin moisturized, hydrated, and protected from the sun. You will also want to avoid smoking cigarettes and taking blood-thinning medications like aspirin. Wear loose-fitting clothing you can relax in. 


After your rejuvenation session, be sure to follow your doctor’s instructions. Depending on your treatment, you may experience mild redness, swelling, or irritation. Cool compresses and over-the-counter medications can help. Like before your treatment, take care of your skin by protecting it from the sun and keeping it moisturized. Avoid smoking cigarettes and drinking too much alcohol.


The costs of your chosen procedures can vary based on your specific goals and expectations. Your consultation with Dr. Rotemberg will provide you with the prices for each treatment.

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What Is Facial Rejuvenation?

Facial rejuvenation is any cosmetic surgical or non-surgical procedure aiming to achieve a more aesthetically pleasing face in the patient.  

What Is Collagen & Elastin?

Collagen & elastin are the connective scaffolding that supports our skin. These fibers form a mesh underneath the skin that maintains its elasticity and firmness. Production of collagen & elastin drops off as we age, creating wrinkles and inconsistent tone and skin texture.

What Causes Signs of Aging in the Face?

Causes of facial structural aging include gravity, volume loss, contraction of the mimic muscles, and biological aging of tissues.[5] 

Can I Combine Facial Rejuvenation Treatments?

Yes, it is very common for patients to combine facial rejuvenation treatments for maximum results.

Is There Downtime With Facial Rejuvenation?

This depends on the type of facial rejuvenation treatment. For example, Botox and dermal fillers have minimal downtime, while a laser procedure or a facelift requires more rest time.
If you have a question about a specific facial rejuvenation treatment, we would love for you to reach out to our friendly staff for more information.


  1. Carruthers, Jean D. A. M.D.; Glogau, Richard G. M.D.; Blitzer, Andrew M.D., D.D.S. the Facial Aesthetics Consensus Group Faculty Advances in Facial Rejuvenation: Botulinum Toxin Type A, Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers, and Combination Therapies–-Consensus Recommendations, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: May 2008 – Volume 121 – Issue 5 – p 5S-30S doi: 10.1097/PRS.0b013e31816de8d0
  2. Kosowski, Tomasz R. M.D.; McCarthy, Colleen M.D., M.S.; Reavey, Patrick L. M.D.; Scott, Amie M. B.Sc.; Wilkins, Edwin G. M.D.; Cano, Stefan J. Ph.D.; Klassen, Anne F. D.Phil.; Carr, Nicholas M.D.; Cordeiro, Peter G. M.D.; Pusic, Andrea L. M.D., M.H.S. A Systematic Review of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures after Facial Cosmetic Surgery and/or Nonsurgical Facial Rejuvenation, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: June 2009 – Volume 123 – Issue 6 – p 1819-1827 doi: 10.1097/PRS.0b013e3181a3f361
  3. Qureshi, A.A., Parikh, R.P., Sharma, K. et al. Nonsurgical Facial Rejuvenation: Outcomes and Safety of Neuromodulator and Soft-Tissue Filler Procedures Performed in a Resident Cosmetic Clinic. Aesth Plast Surg 41, 1177–1183 (2017).
  4. Naumann, M., Albanese, A., Heinen, F., Molenaers, G. and Relja, M. (2006), Safety and efficacy of botulinum toxin type A following long‐term use. European Journal of Neurology, 13: 35-40.
  5. Le Louarn C. [Aging prevention, new surgical techniques and future options for facial rejuvenation]. Annales de Chirurgie Plastique et Esthetique. 2017 Oct;62(5):592-597. DOI: 10.1016/j.anplas.2017.07.014.