Facial Rejuvenation

Published on: November 7, 2013

Let’s face it, as we grow older our appearance changes. While we all understand the process, many of us don’t appreciate it. Facial rejuvenation is used to restore the appearance of youthful skin to a person’s face. Wrinkles, sagging eyelids, dark spots, and more can contribute to a person’s aging appearance. Facial rejuvenation has undergone much advancement in the last 10 years. The success rates have been extremely positive, and people have been able to achieve striking results from facial rejuvenation procedures.

It is no secret that Americans pride themselves on their appearance. A significant increase in facial rejuvenation procedures has occurred in the last five years, and this increase has been directly linked to mass media. While we are not putting down Hollywood trends, people are more focused today on their appearance and looking youthful than they were even 25 years ago.

Facial rejuvenation techniques are often preferred by people who are trying to achieve the “youthful glow” because these techniques are far less invasive than surgical procedures. While some facial rejuvenation techniques achieve temporary results, they tend to be preferred due to a much shorter recovery period. BOTOX injections, for example, are often performed during lunch hours and people will return to work the same day.

A board certified dermatologist can help you determine what facial rejuvenation techniques will achieve the results you desire. Both men and women are candidates, and facial rejuvenation techniques can dramatically improve the look, texture, and tone of your face. The youthful appearance you desire lies just below the surface of your skin. Call your dermatologist today to find out more about facial rejuvenation options that may be right for you.

Posted on behalf of Dr. Jodi E. Ganz, Olansky Dermatology Associates


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