Prejuvenation is the latest trend in the cosmetic industry. This is for younger people who would like to prevent early signs of aging. Prejuvenation is the link between prevention and rejuvenation. Rejuvenation focuses on restoration, while prejuvenation focuses on preventing or delaying the aging process.
We have noticed that many young people have started undergoing prejuvenation procedures such as Botox, fillers, Radiofrequency procedures (ThermiTight, ThermiSmooth) to prevent or delay the aging process. A recent survey study showed that 64 percent of surgeons report an increase in cosmetic surgery or injectable treatments in the patients under age 30.
Prejuvenation procedures are designed to increase collagen production, support elastin function, and preserve facial volume. Botox or Dysport, when performed early as a preventative measure, can train facial muscles that cause wrinkles to move less, thus preventing facial wrinkles before they start.
Where Should I go for Prejuvenation?
Given that prejuvenation is not covered by health insurance, there is no shortage of untrained people and providers, many are not even doctors or board certified in Plastic Surgery. There are plenty of daily deals, salons, and home parties offering discount injectables. You have to be very careful when it comes to deciding who will perform your prejuvenation procedure. We highly recommend seeking the services of a board-certified plastic surgeon. Choose your doctor based on qualifications, not price to stay safe and get the results you’re looking for.
Below are a few examples of prejuvenation treatments available today:
- Botox: Botox is one of the most common procedures we perform. Botox injections can prevent or delay the formation of fine lines and wrinkles, especially on the forehead and around the eyes.
- Microneedling: This non-invasive treatment helps increase cellular turnover, which helps fade the first signs of aging (fine lines, hyperpigmentation, and even acne scars)
- VI Peel: Vi Peel a one of the chemical peels we offer. This peel will stimulate the production of collagen, for firmer, and more youthful skin
- ThermiSmooth: This RF treatment is used for skin-tightening. Thermismooth treatment can increase collagen levels, which makes up for your body’s declining production.
For more information about Prejuvenation, call 770-464-5485 today to schedule a confidential consultation or email us.
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