Everyone knows that plastic surgery can help you improve your look in a number of ways. Yet, not everyone is ready to take that step. Medical spas offer a happy medium: you don’t have to worry about incisions or scars, yet you can still bring out the best in your appearance.
As the most frequently performed nonsurgical cosmetic procedure in Denver last year, BOTOX® is definitely a popular option for looking younger. This injectable helps smooth away fine lines and wrinkles by temporarily freezing the muscles below the skin so they can’t continue forcing your face into wrinkle-causing expressions.
While BOTOX® is ideal for dynamic (motion-based) wrinkles, injectable fillers like Restylane® and JUVÉDERM® can restore volume to deeper lines, particularly the nasolabial folds. Dermal fillers can also be used to fill in scars for a more even appearance. It’s very common to use a combination of BOTOX® and injectable fillers to treat both types of aging in the face.
A number of plastic surgery practices offer medical-grade skincare products that are only carried by medical professionals and med spas. The right regimen can help nourish and protect your skin, while minimizing the signs of aging. Issues like acne can also be resolved with medical-grade skincare products.
If you’ve started feeling concerned about the signs of aging in your appearance, don’t hesitate to contact a trained and experienced plastic surgeon, even if you’re not ready for cosmetic surgery. A quality practice will offer a variety of nonsurgical procedures that are designed to help you look your best.
Dr. Frank Campanile is a board-certified plastic surgeon who is also fellowship trained in hand and microsurgery. Dr. Campanile knows that making a lasting change to your appearance is a big decision. His calm, professional approach and deep caring for his patients set a tone that will help you feel confident and relaxed while reviewing your options and learning all about the procedures that can benefit you. Request a consultation today to meet with Dr. Campanile in person.