Do non surgical cosmetic treatments really work?

Options for non surgical cosmetic treatments include: lasers, fillers, sun avoidance, topical skin treatments, etc.  All of these modalities have proven to show improvements in a person’s aesthetics.  Lasers can non surgically remove sun spots, tighten your skin, reduce vascularity and red spots, improve skin texture.  Fillers, can fill volume loss in your face which is actually the culprit of most of the aging that we experience as the years go by.  Sun avoidance decreases the aging of your skin that occurs when your skin is exposed to sun.  The UVA and UVB light can cause DNA mutations in your skin cells that cause aging and also can lead to skin cancer.  Skin treatments which can include microdermabrasion, topical creams, facials, chemical peels that can be done in office and at home can all lead to skin rejuvenation.  Skin treatments can tighten your skin to a degree, decrease unwanted pigmentation, speed skin turnover to rejuvenate your skin on a daily basis and prepare you for significant treatments.

Another in between option is the YoungVitalizer (Dr Young who is in Bellevue, Washington discovered the YoungVitalizer).  This is a procedure that I invented that entails volumizing your face with your own tissue. As we age we change from a grape to a raisin and using your own tissues to volumize your face can make your face look more like a grape instead of a raisin with the wrinkles and loss of the curves.  Most traditional procedures change the aged raisin to a smaller raisin.  You end up, often times, looking like someone else instead of the youthful grape you used to look like when you were younger.

Thanks for reading, Dr Young

Dr Young specializes in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and is located in Bellevue near Seattle, Washington

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