While doing your spring cleaning this year, don’t forget your face. Spring is the best time to address all your facial issues. With all the weddings, reunions and parties this summer, what better time than now to take care of your wrinkles and lines? You can even address some signs of aging before they happen.
Dr. Paul Nassif, MD of Spalding Drive Cosmetic Surgery and Dermatology say’s SPRINGTIME IS THE BEST TIME FOR WOMEN AND MEN TO REJUVENATE THEIR LOOK. He joins Craig to discuss how we can put your best face forward this spring with help from renowned facial and reconstructive surgeon.
“Many patients are simply looking for small changes, maybe they are tired of the crows’ feet around their eyes or they would like fuller, plumper lips. For these, injectable fillers are a great answer. But, there are options to great looking skin at every age,” said Dr. Nassif.
Here is Dr. Nassif’s guide for great skin at any age:
Twenties — For 20-year-olds, their skin looks great, but sunscreen is essential. To protect their skin from premature aging moisturize with at least spf 15 daily. Injectables like Restylane offer younger patients a way to plump up lips and add volume to checks and chins.
Thirties – In the 30s, the skin can look drier, thinner and wrinkles may start to appear around the eyes and mouth. Plenty of water and moisturizing twice a day keeps the skin hydrated. Another tool, injectables and fillers such as BOTOX, Juvederm, Sculptra and Radiesse combat the early signs of aging by filling in wrinkles, or plumping up lips and cheeks.
Forties – During the forties, the skin’s cell renewal and collagen production begins to slow down leaving the skin looking dull. Age spots, freckles, and pores become more noticeable. Exfoliation and chemical peels help get rid of dead skin cells and reveal smoother skin. A blepharoplasty can be a good option for those with sagging skin around the eyes.
Fifties — Dry skin and wrinkles are common in the 50s, as well as sagging skin around the neck and chin so good skin care is essential. Other ways to fight aging include dermal fillers to add fullness and facelifts, like the Anti-Gravity Lift, to address saggy cheeks, chins and jowls
Sixties — Moisturizer is critical in the 60s. Decreased circulation to the skin makes it look lighter and dryer. Laser resurfacing and microdermadrasion help address skin issues. While an upper and lower facelift or facial implants correct heavy jowls and deep facial lines.
Cosmetic surgery should strive to create a natural look that is in harmony with your features and appearance.
About Dr. Paul Nassif:
A skilled facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon with a distinguished background, Dr. Paul S. Nassif has received international recognition by the media, patients and peers for his innovative surgical techniques. Known as a revision rhinoplasty specialist, Dr. Nassif is sought after by patients from around the world for help in correcting some of the most challenging complications cases. His work specializes in obtaining natural results in both rhinoplasty and aging face surgery.
For rhinoplasty, Dr. Nassif uses his skill as an artist and a surgeon to shape the nose to fit the face, rather than make it appear artificial. Patients marvel at how Dr. Nassif is able to create a nose that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. In addition to his work with revision work, Dr. Nassif also specializes in rhinoplasty for ethnic noses, ensuring tailored results that look proportional to an individual’s ethnic and racial features.
As a specialist in aging face endoscopic surgery, Dr. Nassif skillfully conceals incisions by performing minimally invasive procedures that reduce the evidence of scars. A procedure that he developed, “The Anti-Gravity Facelift,” leaves no visible scars and has been noted for achieving natural-looking results in the shortest recovery time. To accelerate the healing process, Dr. Nassif uses platelet gel derived from a patient’s own blood cells.
Affiliated with top hospitals and medical schools in Southern California, Dr. Nassif has authored numerous peer-review articles on facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and has been called upon to give medical conference presentations and lectures about the latest surgical techniques. He teaches residents and colleagues at the University of Southern California and the University of California, Los Angeles – schools of medicine.
To promote a better understanding of the benefits and comfort of cosmetic surgery, Dr. Nassif has been interviewed on NBC Nightly News, Inside Edition, CBS Healthbeat, Entertainment Tonight and EXTRA. Tom Brokaw, Peter Jennings and other members of the media have asked Dr. Nassif to demonstrate and talk about advancements in facial rejuvenation, computer morphing and Botox, the latest anti-wrinkle drug. Good Morning America and Entertainment Tonight, have featured Dr. Nassif and his “Anti-Gravity Facelift.” He also has been interviewed by People Magazine, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal and the Associated Press.