• What age is too old for cosmetic procedures?

    What age is too old for cosmetic procedures?

    http://dermatologytimes.modernmedicine.com/dermatology-times/news/what-age-too-old-cosmetic-procedures According to an opinion piece published in JAMA Dermatology, when considering the appropriate ages for aesthetic procedures, the question isn’t so much “What age is too young” as it is “What age is too old?” In that edition’s Viewpoint feature, the authors, Heather K. Hamilton, M.D., and Kenneth A. Arndt, M.D., of SkinCare Physicians,

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  • Thread Lift: New Word in The No-Surgery Face Lifting Alternatives

    Thread Lift: New Word in The No-Surgery Face Lifting Alternatives

    A thread-lift, also known as feather lift surgery, is a delicate cosmetic surgery procedure to gently lift sagging facial skin to produce a smoother, more youthful appearance. If gravity has started to take its toll on your face, a thread lift may be a less invasive alternative to a face lift to rejuvenate the face

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  • Skin anti-aging guidelines: What’s right at what age?

    Skin anti-aging guidelines: What’s right at what age?

    http://dermatologytimes.modernmedicine.com/dermatology-times/news/skin-anti-aging-guidelines-what-s-right-what-age Although the photoaging process affects each individual differently, certain general strategies for the prevention and treatment of the condition are available based on the physiologic changes of the skin. Two expert dermatologists shared with us the strategies and methods they use to help fight off and ameliorate the signs of photoaging in their patients,

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  • Skin aging: Genetic nuances

    Skin aging: Genetic nuances

    http://dermatologytimes.modernmedicine.com/dermatology-times/news/skin-aging-genetic-nuances There are two distinct processes by which skin aging occurs—intrinsic and extrinsic aging, says Jennifer Linder, M.D., Linder Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center, Scottsdale, Ariz., and Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at University of California, San Francisco. Intrinsic factors are only responsible for only 10 percent of skin aging and based on DNA and

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