Saturday, April 10

A new anti-aging method for facial rejuvenation

321: R = Rhytiphobia, the fear of aging...Image by practicalowl via Flickr
As a person ages, wrinkles naturally appear on the skin. Wrinkles form because of habitual facial expressions, such as smiling or frowning. However, skin damage from too much exposure to the sun's UV rays, smoking, and poor hydration are also major culprits in wrinkle formation.

Women, more often than men, worry about the effects of aging on their appearance that many turned to cosmetic surgery to keep their appearance young-looking. Others who have been blessed with good genes to start with have maintained their appearance using the best face wrinkle cream in the market.

The science of aging has gone a step further by resorting to revolutionary techniques, such as bone restructuring. A study by physicians at the University of Rochester Medical Center indicates that significant changes in facial bones – particularly the jaw bone – occur as people age and contribute to an aging appearance.

The angle of the jaw increases markedly with age, which results in a loss of definition of the lower border of the face. This loss of bony volume may contribute sagging facial skin, decreased chin projection, and loss of jaw-line definition. The study suggests that in the future facial surgery may be two-fold: first restoring structure underneath before performing skin-tightening procedures.

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