a natural, purified protein that relaxes wrinkle-causing muscles, creating a smooth, rejuvenated, and more youthful appearance. it is used as a non-surgical medical treatment to reduce unwanted wrinkles and frown lines.
cosmoplast is made of highly purified human-based collagen, whcih is injected into your skin to fill certain lines and facial furrows. collagen is actually a part of the natural support structure of your skin. wrinkles form when this natural collagen layer thins during the course of aging. other factors that weaken the collagen fibers include exposure to the environment, disease, injury, heredity, and lifestyle.
as we age there can be laxity in the forehead and eyebrow area which can result in a more tired or angry appearance. the eyebrows not only protect the eyes of from perspiration and debris entering the orbital area , but they also provide significant aesthetic enhancement to the eyes. if the eyebrow sags it can project a more tired or fatigued appearance. if the eyebrow sags laterally, it can project the appearance that we are sad. if the middle or medial aspect of the eyebrows sags, one can project a malice appearance.
nasal surgery is one of the most frequently performed surgeries. it is done not only for appearance, but also to improve breathing. the nose has multiple growth centers and doesn't mature until we reach puberty. childhood trauma can damage these growth centers, with the end result being a crooked nose (both internally and/or externally). at other times, nasal characteristics may be an unwanted ethnic or family trait obtained through inherited genetics. still other times, nasal aberrations may be directly related to more recently documented injury. unfortunately, increased athletics, and increasing emphasis on keeping physically fit have also been associated with an increased number of nasal injuries.
the necklift is used to treat laxity in the neck and submental area. it is especially helpful in treating the turkey gobbler neck and the deep cords or unsightly bands which often form in the neck. these are due to laxity of the platysma muscle. in the endoscopic necklift, a small incision approximately 1/2 inch is made in a small skin crease hidden under the chin. incisions are also made in the crease behind the ear so no incisions are visible.