Non-Surgical Procedures to Look Younger

Looking younger has less to do with vanity, and more to do with confidence and self-esteem. Wrinkles in the mirror, a double chin, laugh lines, and crow’s feet can cause anxiety, make people self-conscious, and even lead to depression. The effects on overall health and well-being can be devastating for some people. Minor issues that can add years to how old people look do not have to be a problem. Advanced technology has led to developments of non-surgical procedures that help people look younger. It no longer takes expensive surgery, weeks of recovery time, and the risk of infection or complications. People can look younger without surgery.

Inject-able fillers, for example, can reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles by adding collagen under the skin. A newer method that stimulates the production of collagen is now used to tighten the skin on the forehead, neck, under the chin, and on the upper chest. Ultherapy utilizes ultrasound technology, and is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Collagen regenerates gradually, so results may take from three to six months to be fully realized. One treatment is all that is needed, and that can last from thirty to ninety minutes, depending on the size of the area treated. The procedure is quick and cost-effective. There is no surgery and no recovery time.

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A common issue for both men and women is the appearance submental fat, which is also known as a double chin. This is not caused by people being overweight, but by an accumulation of fat in that area, coupled with weak or sagging skin. There are a few answers to the question of How to get rid of a double chin. Up until recently, the answer was surgical. A face-lift, neck-lift, or liposuction in the chin could eliminate that problem.

That meant a solution was out of reach for people who did not want, or could not afford, surgery. Covington Kybella is now available to eliminate the appearance of a double chin. The injection is approved by the FDA, and contains deoxycholic acid, which is naturally produced in the body to help it absorb fat. Injecting it into the fatty tissue of the chin results in the fat cells being destroyed in that area. Treatments are minimally invasive, and can be completed in a dermatologist office.

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