Ageing Face

As we age, our skin's natural collagen levels begin to deplete and elasticity decreases, making it harder for skin to bounce back and wrinkles begin to form. Wrinkles and creases can become deeper and the skin around the jaws and neckline can begin to sag. Our sebaceous oil glands decrease in size, causing the skin to become dry, easily bruised and damaged.

There are many factors that can accelerate the ageing process. Lifestyle factors such as diet, smoking, weight, exercise and alcohol consumption can all play a part in the way and speed in which in which we age. Genetics also has a strong influence as well as environmental factors such as excess sun exposure, wind and cold.

Sagging skin, wrinkles and loss of volume and definition can make a person feel older and can affect a person's self-image and confidence. There are many surgical and non-surgical options to help restore and rejuvenate the face. Treatments include:

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Of course, we use the very latest technology. But our real skill is in knowing how and when to use it to suit each individual patient.

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