Look & Feel Younger With These 4 Cosmetic Procedures
When you look in the mirror, does the person staring back at you look older than you remember? Getting older isn’t a choice, but looking that way is. We offer our patients 4 cosmetic procedures that can help rewind the clock.
As early as the age of 25, your metabolism starts its inevitable decline. As you get older, it becomes more difficult to keep the pounds off, even with diet and exercise. Coolsculpting offers an effective and non-invasive way to shed some excess weight.
This FDA cleared procedure uses patented cooling technology to eliminate fat cells by freezing them. There’s virtually no downtime, so you can get back to your active lifestyle shortly after the procedure!
Crow’s feet around your eyes and creases in your forehead are among the first signs of aging. In fact, they can begin to develop in your early 30’s. Botox is a muscle relaxing agent that is injected into the affected area in order to eliminate facial wrinkles that are caused by muscle contraction. The goal is to break patient’s of habits that have formed that cause the appearance of frown lines or crows feet.
Laugh lines come from laughing, smiling, and talking. But over the years, the crease that extends from the corners of your mouth to your nose can become overly pronounced. Juvederm is a fantastic solution to reduce the prominence of these lines.
Juvederm is what is known as a “filler,” and is administered via injection into the affected area. It helps to smooth the area my filling the indentation. The results of a Juvederm treatment are natural, immediate, and long-lasting.
Sagging breast tissue is a telltale sign of aging, especially in women who have had children. This happens because the skin begins to lose its elasticity and can no longer fully support the breast in its original shape.
A breast lift raises the breasts by removing excess skin and tightening the surrounding tissue around the breast, offering a more youthful appearance.
To schedule an appointment for a cosmetic procedure, contact Dr. Wendy Gottlieb at (703) 668-9499.