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09.01.09

Rejuvenate Your Face!

The older you get, the more changes you might notice in the appearance of your skin. Aging, genetics, excessive sun exposure, pollution, frowning, smoking, drinking and an unhealthy diet throughout the years are all wrinkle causing factors that contribute to the look of your skin.

Luckily, facial rejuvenation procedures can give us a way to look young again. Facial rejuvenation procedures take the signs of aging and reverse them, while giving shape and tone to the face. They can also get rid of scars and reduce skin spots. Facial rejuvenation consists of invasive and non-invasive procedures that can drastically improve the appearance of the face.

To improve skin texture, the appearance of fine lines, hyperpigmentation or freckling, non-invasive procedures such as microdermabrasion, vibraderm, laser skin resurfacing or chemical peels can be good options for you. If you’re looking for more volume in hollowed facial areas and procedures that help fill in wrinkles and folds of the lower facial areas, injectable fillers such as BOTOX, Restylane, Radiesse or facial fat grafting can be beneficial.

Plastic surgery procedures also provide facial rejuvenation. A face lift, for example, can dramatically improve the appearance of your face for up to 15 years. Brow lifts and forehead lifts can reduce wrinkles and fine lines in the brow and forehead areas, just as eyelid surgery can remove the excess skin and fat tissue from the upper or lower eyelids to give you a wider, fresher, well rested appearance. Cheek, chin or jaw implants are also an option in case of reduced bone structure.

With the multitude of facial rejuvenation procedures available, it is important for you to choose and speak to a board-certified plastic surgeon that can explain all your options and help you meet your goals. Your plastic surgeon can create a customized treatment plan so you can return to your natural facial contour, and enjoy the results of younger looking skin.


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