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"Most people do not have perfectly poreless, smooth complexions," said Dr. Stanislaw, Founder of Stanislaw Facial Plastic Surgery Center. "The reality is it takes some work to achieve a fresh face."
Dr. Stanislaw notes the best preventative measure for everyone to avoid spots and permanent damage is to use a medical grade sunblock with 9.0 percent or greater of micronized zinc oxide every day. He shares more secrets to get skin glowing at any age:
40's In addition to continuing the treatments used in your thirties, consider these procedures:
50's and 60's In addition to all of the above, now is the time to benefit from upper and lower eyelid surgery, browlift surgery and facelift/necklift.
"Improvements in surgical techniques have allowed for amazing results that are natural without the tell-tale signs of surgical intervention," explained Dr. Stanislaw. "For this reason, younger women are pursuing facelifts and necklifts. A decade ago, the average age for a facelift was in the sixties. Currently, the average age for a facelift is in the fifties."
The most troublesome areas that patients want improved is just below the chin and around the eyes; Sagging eyebrows, sagging upper eyelid skin, bulges and wrinkles of the lower eyelids.
"The goal is to look refreshed to combat the common complaint 'Everyone says I look tired'." said Dr. Stanislaw. "Or one of my favorites, 'I am starting to look like my mother or father!'".
Sometimes a milestone event like a child's wedding or High School, College, or Family reunion is the reason a patient decides it's time for a facelift. Newly single seniors who have recently divorced, and those still in the workforce competing against more youthful co-workers, view rejuvenating their appearance as a necessity to reflect their vibrance and energy.
The good news is that 80 percent of patients can have their facelift / necklift done in the office with local anesthetic. There are no IV's or pills for sedation. It is just local anesthetic that is injected into the areas to be operated upon. There will be a pinch and a burn, and then the area will be numb for about 8 hours.
"During the surgery, you can talk or listen to music. A lot of patients will fall asleep during the procedure once they are numb. Patients often think that they have to be absolutely still during the procedure. On the contrary, during the procedure we want you to move your legs around and shift every so often," said Dr. Stanislaw.
The other 20 percent of patients may prefer to have their surgery performed in an outpatient setting with general anesthesia. "I tell people that they must be honest with themselves. If they are afraid of needles, or just the thought of the surgery makes them upset, then it is better for them to be asleep for the procedure. I cannot do my job and at the same time be talking someone off the ceiling," joked Dr. Stanislaw.
Dr. Stanislaw concluded "The bottom line is to choose the surgical and nonsurgical options that will make you look the way you feel - beautiful and confident."
Stanislaw Facial Plastic Surgery Center, led by Board Certified Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Paul Stanislaw, MD, specializes exclusively in the artistry of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery to erase the signs of aging and reveal a more beautiful appearance. The entire practice is dedicated to cosmetic enhancement of the face, head, and neck through the use of both surgical and non-surgical procedures, injectables, spa treatments and medical grade skincare products. The practice is located at 35 Nod Rd. Suite 204 in Avon, CT. To schedule a free consultation visit https://www.stanislawmd.com or call 860 409-1515.
SOURCE Stanislaw Facial Plastic Surgery Center
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