Hi Dr. Naderi and Staff,I’m interested in the liquid midface lift.Dr. Naderi filled the naso labial folds last March with Juvederm XC Plus, I believe. I was beginning a trip out west and stopped in to have this done on the way. I liked how he didn’t push anything on me, and basically asked me what I’d like. His staff was very pleasant… I’ve had the cheeks done in NYC almost a year ago, but it seemed (that) doctor put so much in the area near my nose that when I smiled it tended to ‘stretch’ that area. Plus, I wound up with some lopsidedness of my cheeks, as well as some unnatural looking naso labial lines and mouth, which was sort of a straight line. I also wound up with a huge bruise running from the cheek extending to my eye. I have been watching videos of Dr. Naderi’s technique for both cheek and naso labial fold injections and his explanations of where and how to do these injections, which make sense to me. Also, knowing he instructs other doctors gives me confidence in his expertise. I like that fact that he said the injector needs to be quick, meticulous, and gentle to avoid bruising. As I look at younger women, celebrities etc. what I notice is that the malar region ( higher cheekbone slighted to the side of the head) is more pronounced, as is the zygomatic arch, although this may be the same area. Dr. Naderi mentioned working in a triangular fashion for the three dimensional effect. It’s a distance for me, but I want the best and it appears Dr. Naderi is that. He seems to know what he’s doing. My watchword is less is more, however. Also, I know with hyaluronic acids, it’s possible to have these injectables removed if any untoward effect develops, such as a lump or area that needs adjusting. I had also mentioned a light or mild chemical peels for diminishing wrinkles as I’ve noticed lines in my face. I have very sensitive skin so I wasn’t sure if this would be for me. Can this be done AFTER the injections, possibly another day, as I wouldn’t want to do too much at once. Thanks for your help.