Men are taking action to reduce signs of aging. At Eterna Cosmetic Surgery, we can help you turn back the clock to diminish visible lines and wrinkles, dark spots, acne scars and other imperfections.
Zoom meetings and video chats with friends and family during the pandemic made most of us more aware of how we look to others, especially up close. Now that we’re all out and about again and see one another in person, we want to make the best possible impression. And that goes for men as well as women.
Back to the office, back to sports and recreation, back to dating – whatever you have planned you want to look youthful and energetic.
You’ve got this!
Botox Has Your Back in Two Ways
Are you bothered by forehead lines, frown lines or crow’s feet? Those are wrinkles caused by repeated movement when you frown, squint and smile or laugh. When you’re young, those lines immediately disappear when you stop making that expression. Over time, though, the wrinkles remain visible, especially as your skin gets thinner and loses elasticity.
Strategically placed injections of Botox reduce the muscle contractions that cause those wrinkles to appear – just enough to lessen the effect, not so much to hinder the facial expressions that reflect your personality and make your face unique. So Botox can make existing wrinkles disappear, or at least make them much less obvious. Botox treatments are also preventative! They help prevent future wrinkles from forming.
Botox treatments are super-quick, they are not painful, and you can go right back to your regular routine. Results last about 3 months, but with regular treatments you can maintain your fresh, more youthful expressiveness.
Fillers Can Correct Many Problems
Not all wrinkles are caused by facial expressions, many are simply due to long-term exposure to the sun and wind and to the process of aging. Dermal fillers do what Botox cannot – replenish volume beneath the skin to smooth away lines, wrinkles and deeper folds such as around the nose.
Fillers can also replump the cheeks, temples, lips and tiny lines around the mouth or the delicate under-eye area. They can re-contour your nose, smooth and restore definition to the jawline and even replenish volume in the backs of your hands. Some fillers are also valuable for reducing the appearance of certain types of acne scars.
At Eterna Cosmetic Surgery, we offer several different types of fillers because each one is designed for specific purposes. While all of these products add volume, some of them also stimulate the body’s own production of collagen and elastin, so your skin can continue to naturally improve itself.
Microneedling Offers Longer-Term Benefits
Microneedling is a treatment that creates a series of microscopic pricks in the skin. Those controlled injuries trigger the natural healing process, which in turn produces new, healthier skin that is firmer and smoother. Microneedling is an excellent choice to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, acne and other scars, rough texture and imperfections such as age spots. Microneedling is most effective for those whose skin is still elastic.
If you have moderate to severe skin laxity, we use Morpheus 8 – an advanced microneedling treatment that uses radiofrequency to firm the skin to a greater degree and gently contour the underlying fat. This result is smoother, firmer-looking contouring as well as ongoing production of new, healthy skin cells.
Medical Grade Skin Care Products
Treatments can turn back the clock, but if you really want healthier-looking skin and smoother, more youthful features you have to take action every day. A proper maintenance regimen hydrates and nourishes skin, which is especially important as you get older.
Medical grade products are better because they are consistently high quality and offer more potent ingredients or concentrations. These products are also better because you don’t have to guess – when you come in for a personal consultation we can recommend exactly the right combination of products for your skin and aging concerns.
So, guys, come on in – the clock is ticking.