Lasers & Injectables
Have you noticed some wrinkles or age spots developing on your face? Does your facial skin seem more relaxed and sunken? As we get older, we can develop these problems and they make us look older. We all want to live longer, but we don’t want to look older.
Facial Rejuvenation Options
At our office, we think that age is just a number and we offer multiple options to rejuvenate that youthful look to your face. The results following these facial rejuvenation procedures will enhance your natural beauty. You will feel better about yourself and they give you’re a chance to boost your self-esteem. Find out how we can help rejuvenate your facial skin to help turn back the hands of time.
Fat Transfer to the Face
The aging process causes changes in our face that makes us look old. The most obvious change in most people is the loss of fat in specific areas of the face. This loss of volume results in sunken areas around the eyes and mouth. The result of this deflation is sagging of the skin, especialy in the cheeks and jowls, and hollow areas, particularly below the eyes. Trauma to the face can also contribute to these unsightly areas of sunkenness. Using a technique called Fat Transfer to the Face, we can plump up those areas and restore the natural fullness that you had with youth without undergoing a facelift.
Fractional Laser Resurfacing
Other changes that occur with age include the presence of pigmentations scattered on the face (called age spots), fine lines and wrinkles. The texture and color of the skin changes to a sallow or pale appearance. CO2 Laser Resurfacing is the gold standard technique to correct these problems. It can reduce or obliterate age induced pigmentations, smooth out the skin and reduce the fine lines and wrinkles, and it stimulates collagen production within the skin to give is a more youthful appearance.
Combining several procedures can result in a remarkable enhancement of your more youthful face. It gives you much better results than doing just one single procedure, which makes sense since the aging process is not just one problem. You need to tighten the skin, reduce the pigmentations, smooth the skin, replace volume to the sunken areas. To do adequate facial rejuvenation, you should consider multiple options for maximal results.
Botox for Wrinkles
Botox cosmetic relaxes specific facial muscles of the face to smooth out wrinkles that can form from the contractions of these muscles. The most common areas are in the forehead, the glabella and the sides of the eyes (crow’s feet). The procedures is quick and simple with results lasting around three months. People come back every three months to get retreated because they like the way they look after each treatment.
Facial Fillers for Volume
Facial Fillers are usually hyaluronic acid compounds that fill sunken areas on the face to replenish the lost volume that occurs during the aging process. The most common ones that we use are Juvederm and Voluma. Sunken areas below the eyes and around the mouth can be enhanced with this quick technique. Lips can also be enhanced. Another technique is to use your own plasma to assist in the enhancement, called the PlasmaLift or Vampire Lift.
Make your Eyelashes Longer
One of the most beautiful features of a pretty woman’s face is her eyes, particularly her eyelashes. Long eyelashes exentuate the beauty of her eyes. There are now great products that are inexpensive that can make your eyelashes longer and thicker. Sometimes a combination of these works very well. Look at your options and pick the one that works best for you.
Facial Skin Maintenance
Maintenance is necessary to keep your face looking younger. Daily use of products is the key. Retinol, TNS Essential Serum and Lytera are probably the best products that you could do for maintenance of your skin. Retinol works on the DNA of your skin cells to make them grow more uniformly and to dispurse the pigment melanocytes in a more even fashion on your skin. TNS Essential Serum rejuvenates collagen, lightens and protects your skin with multiple antioxidants. Lytera specifically lightens pigmented areas to make your skin color more uniform.
Maintaining the fullness of your hair can do a lot for your appearance. If you have notice thinning or loss of hair, we can help rejuvenate your hair to give you fuller more abundant hair. One technique we use is PRP Hair Rejuvenation. Here, PRP (platelet rich plasma) is injected into your scalp (after an anesthetic is applied) through tiny needles. The PRP stimulates dormant hair follicles to grow and increases the blood and nutrients to your existing hair follicles. More nutrients means more hair growth. Other options are also available if you have medical condition or medications that may be causing your hair loss.
FAQs on Facial Rejuvenation
There are many actions you can do that can help you lose years of age from your face. If you have further questions on Facial Rejuvenations procedures, Lasers or Injectables, check our FAQ page.
About Dr. True
Dr. Robert True is Triple Board Certified, in Cosmetic Surgery, breast and body, Gynecology and Anti-Aging. He is an expert in performing office based minimally invasive facial rejuvenation procedures. He has been do these procedures to patients in the Dallas Fort Worth areas for years and has many happy patients talking about it. Come in so you can see what he can do for you
Women love the beautiful result following this procedure. They feel better about themselves and it gives them a boost in their self-esteem to know that their natural facial beauty has been enhanced. If you are considering rejuvenating your face and would like further information on these procedures, call us for an appointment today at 817-399-8783.
At our offices, located in Colleyville and Dallas, we offer complimentary cosmetic surgery consultations so come in and we can discuss your concerns. Call for an appointment today at 817-399-8783.
Facial Rejuvenation FAQs
- What is the best treatment for wrinkles on my forehead?
- How do I fill the creases along the sides of my mouth?
- If I want do more extensive rejuvenation of my facial skin, what is the best option?
- What option do I have if I can’t do the downtime and want a less extensive resurfacing therapy?
- What can Microdermabrasion do for me?
- What are my options for facial pigmentations with minimal downtime?
- How can I improve my acne?
- What can I do for the unsightly excess dark hair growth on parts of my body?