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Skin Rejuvenation Treatments

Today's anti-aging / rejuvenation treatments occupy a wide spectrum ranging from basic moisturizers to major surgeries. Choosing the right ones at the right time in your life is critical for successful outcome for both your appearance and your wallet.

Good basic skin care and protection is essential at all stages of life and will reduce your need for rejuvenating treatments. Topical treatments usually come into play by the forth decade of life albeit some (e.g. antioxidants, anti-irritants, skin protectants) may be useful earlier. Mild-to-moderate signs of aging that fail to respond to topical agents could yield to noninvasive or minimally invasive treatments, such as nonablative lasers or Botulinum toxin (Botox) injections. Wrinkle / soft tissue fillers are a viable option for correcting wrinkles (especially deep ones), pitted scars, loss of subcutaneous fat and other "fillable" problems. Invasive procedures, such as ablative skin resurfacing, facelifts and so forth, are the weapons of last resort. They have more power to produce marked improvements but require substantial downtime, tend to be expensive and carry significant surgical and other risks. All things being equal, it is best to start with the least destructive and risky alternatives that are likely to adequately do the job.

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Topical Treatments

Wrinkle Fillers

Noninvasive Methods / Procedures

Invasive Methods / Procedures

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