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Signs Of Ageing That Can Be Treated With Cosmetic Surgery

Last updated 3 years ago

The passing years can take their toll on females, resulting in a natural wear and tear that affects our appearance. This can have a negative effect on self-confidence, especially when the ageing process appears to speed up, leaving people looking older that they feel. However, there are some signs of ageing that can be minimised and treated with the help of dieting, exercise, skin therapy, female cosmetic surgery and non-surgical treatments.


There are a number of ways to treat wrinkles, from a face lift that will tighten and smooth the skin to filler injections that relax wrinkle-causing muscles. Fillers are another non-surgical option, as these can plump up skin and fill in particularly deep grooves while dermabrasion is another alternative for smoothing minor wrinkles or other related imperfections, such as age spots.


Baggy eyes

An eye lift or blepharoplasty is a way to treat eyelids which have become loose and saggy. Bags under the eyes and large, sagging eyelids above them can be an unfortunate sign of ageing, and eye lifts are a popular way to make eyes appear wider and younger.

Saggy neck

Necks are another place where the signs of ageing tend to be most noticeable. Saggy skin, ‘turkey-wattles’ and a crepe effect are all things that can be addressed with the help of a neck lift. This can be done in conjunction with a face lift or on its own, and it’s also an effective way to create a more contoured jaw line.

Interested in finding out more about the way cosmetic surgery can minimise the signs of ageing? Call (08) 6555 3480 to make an appointment with Nedlands, Perth based female plastic surgeon Dr Anh Nguyen.


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