Here we are at the end of another year. Are you ready to face the New Year full of confidence and enthusiasm?

If 2016 is the year you’ve decided to gift yourself with a cosmetic procedure, congratulations. If you put off that longed for procedure in 2015, you may be ready to take the plunge now that another year has rolled away. This is the perfect time to schedule your consultation and, if your timing is right, you might even be able to schedule your procedure before the end of the year.

Whether you are contemplating a surgical or non-surgical procedure, make sure your gift to yourself is the absolute best by working with a board certified plastic surgeon.

Turn Back the Hands of Time

One of the best ways to erase many of the signs of aging is with facelift surgery. The facelift can tighten the skin and restore your youthful look permanently.

facelift involves removing and repositioning the skin and muscles to reshape the face from the inside out. Some of the things a facelift can address include drooping jowls, loose skin around the face and neck, fat deposits around the jaw line, sagging cheeks, deep lines along the forehead and smile lines.

A Gentler Way to Counteract the Signs of Aging

If you’re not ready or willing for a surgical procedure, the effects of aging can also be counteracted with injectable filler treatments. Also known as non-surgical skin tightening treatments, injectables, lasers, and other non-invasive therapies can provide short-term results. Be forewarned though that if you have poor skin elasticity or excess fat, you won’t necessarily see the dramatic results you want.

Your surgeon will advise either for or against a non-surgical procedure depending on the quality of your skin and the results you are looking to achieve. Whichever approach you select, you’re certain to feel like the clock is moving backwards rather than forward.



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