How to Solve Facial Ageing Problems
As the President of the Australasian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, I have the pleasure of interfacing with some of my profession’s most experienced and innovative facial plastic surgeons. Our collective goal as AAFPS members is to focus on surgery of the face, head, and neck, setting high professional and ethical standards for our peers and ourselves.
In addition to our work supporting our members’ professional goals, the AAFPRS (American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons) also looks after the interest of consumers. They provide free information and a list of qualified facial plastic surgeons in the USAon the AAFPRS website.
In this post, I’d like to invite you to explore the intricacies of the ageing face with the help of our sister organisation in the U.S.
Rescue Remedies: Dr George Marcells Offers Help for the Ageing Face
Even if we strive to protect our skin and work proactively to cleanse, tone, and moisturise it, stubborn wrinkles, lines, folds, and sagging skin are determined to give us a tired, aged appearance. In my book, there’s nothing wrong with being old. After all, with age comes wisdom. However, when ageing skin makes you feel old and robs you of your confidence and self-esteem, that’s a problem.
Thanks to dramatic advancements in both surgical and minimally invasive techniques, I am able to empower my patients to hit the pause button, and slow down, reverse, and sometimes even completely erase the impact of the hands of time.
The Most Requested Facial Plastic Surgery Procedure & 2 Runners-Up
The AAFPRS snapshot of coveted solutions for common complaints about facial ageing is a look into the future for 2015 and beyond. The information below is based on statistics gathered in America, but its portrait-popular cosmetic enhancement techniques hold true here in Australia, too.
- Charge of the Rhinos – For the fifth consecutive year, cosmetic and medical rhinoplasties (nose surgery) remain the #1 requested surgical procedure for men and
- Wake Me Up Before You Go Go – 75% of AAFPRS members report their clients are choosing eyelid procedures to make them look less tired and more alert.
- Me, My Selfie, & I – 33% of AAFPRS members report their patients choose cosmetic enhancement to look better in selfies on social media.
This newly posted infographic on the AAFPRS website highlights all their findings regarding facial rejuvenation trends, top areas of consumer concern, and proven solutions for visible signs of ageing.
If you have questions about anything in this article or would like to know how cosmetic enhancement procedures can refresh your appearance and re-charge your “joy” batteries, please use our online enquiry form or call us on 1300 555 095