Looking young nowadays is becoming more and more like a necessity than just a fad. Whether we like it or not, our physicality spells so much of our personality. Looking young is looking good, and looking good will help open opportunities for us. This has led most of us to believe that to be able to look young; we must undergo plastic surgeries or other very invasive operations.
The rumor mill is bustling about actor Tom Cruise’s puffy appearance at a recent awards event in London. Many have long suspected the 50-year-old has maintained his youthful looks with the help of cosmetic surgery procedures. But this most recent change in his face suggests even mega-stars can end up with less than optimal cosmetic surgery results.
Evolence injectable fillers are among the newest dermal fillers available in the United States. Evolence received FDA approval for the correction of moderate to deep facial wrinkles in 2008 and is now a top choice by many plastic and cosmetic surgeons offering wrinkle treatments. This collagen filler is different than other collagen fillers and injectables because it is designed with unique Glymatrix technology, a process that creates a strong and resilient matrix structure when the filler is injected into the tissues.
Along the road of life there are sure to be bumps, or so the cliche goes, and for the most part, you can do nothing about them. Except, of course, when those bumps are on your nose. For more than 300,000 Americans a year Rhinoplasty, or a "nose job," has helped correct such unsightly nasal bumps and bulges. For many more, however, this type of correction would never be an option. Forget the average price tag of $3,332 not including anesthesia, it hurts; don't let the whimsical "nose job" nickname fool you. Besides, how can you be sure you will be happy with the results? Well, for patients who can't handle the bumps anymore, but aren't yet ready for major surgery, California doctor Alexander Z. Rivkin may have found a solution: the Non-Surgical Nose Job.
The holiday season is approaching quickly and it’s the perfect time to get a touch-up using highly effective fillers such as Restylane® and Juvéderm®. But many patients often hesitate or postpone making an appointment because of the bruising they have come to associate with injectable fillers.
Dr. Christopher J. Assad, a plastic surgeon certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, received his formal plastic surgery training at the University of Western Ontario. Following his residency, he underwent more specialized training in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery at the Ft. Lauderdale campus of the Cleveland Clinic, where he learned the latest techniques in one of the hotbeds of cosmetic surgery in North America - Florida.
As more and more people turn to cosmetic enhancements and plastic surgery to improve their appearance the latest trend reports show that age really is just a number. Aging gracefully has become a top priority for baby boomers, especially those who are approaching their 50s – and beyond.
Some of today’s leading dermal fillers include Botox, Juvederm and Restylane, and each one offers its own set of benefits and drawbacks. However, a lineup of new injectables are appearing on the market as demand for these anti-aging quick fixes continues to increase. Captique is one of the new generation fillers that was approved for cosmetic use in 2004; it has since become a popular choice for filling out wrinkles on the forehead, nose and mouth, and can also be used for lip augmentation.
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