Cosmetic surgery center CG Cosmetic has launched the Face PET Lift, a new procedure that utilizes technology to enhance and lift facial features. PET stands for Point of Elevation Tissue, a patented method that allows for precise and natural-looking results. With this procedure, patients can achieve a more youthful appearance without the need for invasive surgery, says Face PET Lift founder Alexandre De Souza, MD.
“Dr. De Souza designed the PET technique between 2003 and 2005, and it is the first rejuvenation and facial cosmetic procedure developed 100% in anatomical models before applying it clinically,” says Tatiana Guiribitey, founder of CG Cosmetic. “The PET technique allows us to treat patients who are not satisfied with traditional non-invasive approaches like threads, Botox, and fillers.”
One of the unique aspects of the Face PET Lift is that it is a 100% reversible procedure, and it has zero risk of facial problems like burns, infection, or even bruises. Nothing goes into the face during the procedure.
“We are thrilled to introduce the Face PET Lift to our patients,” says De Souza, creator of the procedure PET Lift. “Our team has worked tirelessly to develop this groundbreaking procedure, which is the result of years of research and development. We believe that the Face PET Lift will revolutionize the way people approach facial rejuvenation.”
Unlike traditional facelift procedures, the Face PET Lift involves minimal incisions and a short recovery time. Patients can expect to see improvements in the appearance of their face within days of the procedure. The Point of Elevation Tissue method ensures that the results are natural-looking and noninvasive cosmetic procedure 100% based on anatomical studies. PET follows the facelift’s surgical principles but has no cuts and stitches.
“We are confident that the Face PET Lift will be a game-changer in the cosmetic surgery industry,” says De Souza. “We believe that this procedure will set a new standard for facial rejuvenation, and we are excited to offer it to our patients.”