Whether you’re in your thirties looking for a little touch of Botox or in your 50s and 60s looking for a facelift, a neck lift or any other kind of a lift, plastic surgery can help you look refreshed and younger every decade of your life.
According to Today Health & Wellness, women in their thirties don’t often opt for extensive surgeries. Instead, women in this decade of life focus on prevention such as using sunscreen and employing most popular anti-aging routines. For women in their thirties, wrinkles often appear around the eyes, mouth, and forehead. Botox and Restylane can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles of the face and prevent them from worsening. Blepharoplasty can also treat hereditary puffiness (under-eye bags) or excessive upper lid skin .
Women in their thirties sometimes also chose to have “mommy makeovers” after giving birth. The mommy makeover can nearly restore women’s bodies to their pre-pregnancy youthfulness. Tummy tucks, breast augmentation and liposuction are all options for women who wish to have a mommy makeover.
Kim Zolciak opened up recently about her own mommy makeover, telling Life & Style, “Just because you’re a mom doesn’t mean you have to let yourself go . . . if you don’t like it, fix it.” Zolciak’s mommy makeover included a boob job and tummy tuck, but every mother’s needs can and will be different.
As women get older, many opt for more intensive plastic surgery procedures or stick to a more regular regimen of Botox and Fillers.
Women in their 50s or 60s may choose more extensive surgical solutions, including Fat Grafting Rejuvenation or a Facelift or even combination of both. According to Today Health & Wellness, a facelift can reverse the signs of aging by as much as 10 years or more.
Women of all ages should speak to a qualified plastic surgeon before making any final decisions. A plastic surgeon will review your medical history and discuss your aesthetic goals. Women should go into a meeting with their surgeon with a realistic expectation of what plastic surgery can and cannot do. While surgery can increase self-esteem and make you look younger, plastic surgery works best for women who have clear goals.
Your plastic surgeon will discuss risks and develop a plan of action on which both of you should agree upon. Younger women may choose to start with Botox or Restylane and then decide later if blepharoplasty or another surgical intervention is appropriate. Only your doctor can help you determine the best course of action and every patient is unique.
Plastic surgery is becoming increasingly popular. A trip to the doctor for a Botox touch-up is not seen as much different than a trip to the dentist for dental hygiene. And, more women—and men—are openly admitting to having had work done. As plastic surgery becomes more popular, those who stand out will be the people who choose NOT to have work done.
For those considering plastic surgery, finding a qualified plastic surgeon is key. Given that plastic surgery has an esthetic component, every surgeon works a little differently. Look for results that appeal to you. Dr. Leonard Grossman, M.D. is a plastic surgeon who stands out in the crowded field of plastic surgeons in NYC and who has been helping his patients look their best for decades in the most unique ways. Contact Dr. Grossman’s office today to learn more about your plastic surgery options or visit us at http://www.drgrossman.com