July 10, 2013, Dallas, TX- Time takes its toll on the human face, at some point we are all going to wake up one day and realize we have aged. That aging process may be subtle at first, but by our 40s and 50s wrinkles become obvious and our features begin to droop, but fortunately there are a number of facial cosmetic surgeries that can keep us from looking our ages.
Most men and women in their 20s dont have to worry too much about looking older. They have yet to develop those fine lines and wrinkles that deepen as we age. This is the ideal time incorporate an age-defying skin care regime into your daily routine. Regardless of whether you are in your 20s or your 60s, you should be taking care of your skin by using age appropriate skin care products. You should also regularly using sunblock to retain that youthful appearance.
The 20-somethings may not be an age group that has to be too concerned with aging but this happens to a good age for corrective facial surgeries such as rhinoplasty or chin implants. These procedures can adjust disfigurements or imbalances in individual features. Since the face has matured, people in their 20s have the chance to perfect the shape and size of their nose or strengthen the jawline.
If you want to begin a skin routine, but arent certain where to begin, the friendly staff at Dallas cosmetic surgeon Dr. John Freemans office will show you their lines of exclusive and superior skin care products.
When we hit our thirties we will begin to see fine lines around our eyes, but they are generally minimal. Individual perceptions can make those fine lines seem more prominent than they really are. Your 30s are the best years to take preventative measures and use continue to use skin care crmes and specialty facial care products.
It is when people hit their 40s that they really begin to show their age. Lines around the eyes, and mouth and creases along the forehead will become deeper, more noticeable. The skin doesnt rebound like it did in our 20s and 30s; it loses elasticity and collagen production slows.
This age group often finds that eye lifts and brow lifts are instrumental in eliminating those deepening lines caused by repetitive facial gestures and movements. As we reach our forties, the fat that once gave us plump cheeks or other fuller facial features begin to diminish. Our features can begin to look hollowed out or sunken, lifts for the brows and eyes can eliminate wrinkles caused by a shift in facial adipose. Chin implants can fill out the face giving the patient a rejuvenated and youthful appearance.
The mouth, neck and jawline will also begin to show the effect four decades of gravity can have on the face. We can begin to develop the turkey neck, lines from the mouth to the chin become folds and we see the beginning of those dreaded jowls. This is a good time to consider a neck lift or chin augmentation.
Unless you have fabulous genes, or have already had preventative lifts and other cosmetic enhancements, the fifties are really when the ravages of time become obvious. Our wrinkles are obvious and gravity has seriously taken its toll. Some people in this age group may only require minor lifts, but many men and women find that total facelifts are the best method to turn back the hands of time. A facelift in your 50s or 60s can make you look several years younger and the results will be long-lasting.
If you look older than you would like and would like to refresh your appearance and enrich your self-esteem speak with Dallas face doctor Dr. John Freeman to determine which cosmetic surgeries will make you look and feel younger.