What You Need to Know About Facial Rejuvenation
Signs of aging may be more visible on the face than any other area of the body. Facial rejuvenation is a strategy using a variety of treatments to combat a variety of forces at work in an aging face. Here are some of the factors that may accelerate facial aging:
- Exposure to sun, wind, excessive heat and cold.
- Chemical and biological pollution.
- Hormonal changes, depleted collagen production, thinning of the skin due to free radical damage, facial bone changes, and slacked facial ligaments.
- Improper daily habits in terms of skincare, diet, exercise, and cigarette smoking.
- Medical conditions including skincare disorders, acne, and chicken pox, which may produce scarring.
- Miscellaneous physiological functions can produce freckling pigmentation spots, dry spots, broken capillaries, and hyperpigmentation from hormonal changes (which may be induced by pregnancy or birth control medications).
Facial rejuvenation can mean different things to different people. There are non-invasive and minimally invasive treatments and procedures used to improve slight facial imperfections. There are plastic surgery procedures that can dramatically improve the appearance of the face. All of these are forms of facial rejuvenation. The most successful approach may be a combination of procedures and treatments for a comprehensive facial rejuvenation strategy.
Facial Bones Change With Age
A recent ASPS study helped us better understand how aging affects facial bones. New information about shifting bone structure and bone loss has an impact on how plastic surgeons treat patients seeking cosmetic procedures.
Today, medical skincare are available to address the specific needs of aging people. Advances have also been made in the area of exfoliation and moisturizing to maintain skin tone and appearance. There are also nonsurgical facelift treatments available to improve skin texture, elasticity, and pigmentation. Other common treatments include antioxidant therapy, vitamin c, and retin-a.
More effective treatments are becoming available for skin disorders and adult acne. Laser hair removal helps eliminate facial hair that comes with age. Micropigmentation has arrived on the consumer market to assist with hyperpigmentation (skin discoloration spots), thinned lips, and fine hair follicles. Menopause is better understood, making it easier for both patient and doctor to combat aging appearances associated with menopause. Vitamin supplements and natural healing have become popular as well. *Results may vary from person to person.
Spa Chiara, located in Westchester, NY specializes in Obagi Zo Skin Health. No matter what your ailment is with skin; acne, sun damage, pigmentation, aging, scarring, we have complete regimens, that will tackle any problems and change your skin at a cellular level with cutting edge science and technology. *Results may vary from person to person.
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Skin Resurfacing Treatments
Microdermabrasion, chemical peels, and laser skin resurfacing can improve skin texture, the appearance of fine lines, hyperpigmentation, freckling, dry spots, and pore size. Some skin resurfacing procedures offer supplementary benefits such as reducing the appearance of broken capillaries and improving collagen production. Laser scar removal can assist with aging scars.*
*Results may vary from person to person.
Facial fillers and Injectables
Facial fillers such as Restylane, Juvederm, fat transfer, collagen, and radiesse work to fill in furrows, wrinkles, and folds in many of the lower facial areas. Some of these fillers may increase volume in hollowed or sunken facial areas. Botox releases the contraction of the muscle in order to reduce muscle-causing wrinkles in the upper facial area. Some facial injectables and fillers may provide additional anti-aging benefits as well.*
*Results May Vary from person to person
Plastic Surgery Procedures
Mini and micro procedures such as a Max lift or other facelift variations may improve the appearance of a specific facial feature for five or more years. A facelift can dramatically improve the appearance of certain facial areas for ten to 15 years. The browlift can reduce severe wrinkles in the forehead and brow area. Blepharoplasty can remarkably improve excess fat above the eyes and certain wrinkles in the eye area. Facial implants, including cheek, chin, or jaw implants, can improve the appearance of reduced bone structure in an aging face. The neck lift is another facial-rejuvenation procedure, possibly giving your neck a more youthful appearance. Rhinoplasty is a facial-rejuvenation component to correct or improve the appearance of your nose.
There are so many facial-rejuvenation options available today, with so many different areas of focus, a combination treatment plan may be the best way to achieve your rejuvenation goals.*
*Results May Vary from person to person