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New Concept of Facial Aging

Recent advances in the new understanding of facial aging indicate that the typically aged face represents a combination of changes on many levels, including bony structures, subcutaneous tissue such as fat, muscle strength and skin integrity. These structural changes can overall reshape the three-dimensional contours of the face over time, by altering balance, volume and proportions. Our advanced understanding, in combination with the advent of newer products and technologies, has dramatically increased our ability to address the aging face without having to rely exclusively on surgical interventions.

Facial Aging 1

As we age, the skin thins out, muscle contracts, tissue stretches and sags.

Facial Aging 2

Soft tissue like muscles and fat pads underneath the skin shrink and lose volume as we age which attributes to further sagging and descent of the face

Facial Aging 3

The bone is essential for soft tissue support. However, as we age, bone absorption occurs especially around the eye. As a result, the soft tissue like orbital fat prolapses forward.

 
 
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