One of the misconceptions about Oralift is that the process is similar to exercise. This isn’t the case. Oralift leverages the adaptability of facial muscles, a concept well-established in orthodontics. Unlike other muscles in the body, facial muscles are unique and can adapt instantly. What is the adaptation process? It is just the metabolic or physiological adjustment within cells or tissues of an organism, triggered by an environmental stimulus. This leads to a better ability of the organism to cope with the changing environment.
With ageing the soft tissues of the face usually migrates downwards, which means the corners of the eyes start to droop, the nose gets wider, the lips become thinner and wider and jowls start to form. None of these have happened to Farah. The square shape has changed to a more golden proportion, oval face shape.
Even after 14 years, the skin looks smoother and the pores have remained closed.
The corners of the mouth lift up more than before, giving a more pleasant C shape smile, rather than an oval smile.
Farah was delighted with her result. In the after picture she thought her skin would look darker because she had returned from a holiday in the West Indies. She was surprised that her skin actually looked lighter and smoother, and very impressed!