Prejuvenation may be the latest buzz-word in anti-aging, but its concept is based on proven methods for preventing the early signs of aging. In a nutshell, prejuvenation refers to a cosmetic regimen that is a cross between prevention and rejuvenation, using a combination of aesthetic procedures, such as Botox, lasers, and fillers, that work together to improve and, in some cases, prevent visible signs of aging.
In the battle against the signs of aging, our physicians believe the earlier that both men and women take care of their skin, the better. The goal is to change the trajectory of aging to ensure patients look youthful and natural as they mature.
What is Prejuvenation?Prejuvenation is an individualized treatment protocol comprised of non-invasive or minimally invasive treatments that help prevent the normal signs of aging like fine lines, wrinkles or sun damage. As skilled board-certified dermatologists, our physicians individualize each patient’s treatment to include a regimen of advanced techniques like laser skin treatments, dermal fillers, and sun protection coupled with medical-grade skincare.
Lasers: Fractional laser skin resurfacing can help clear the complexion of fine lines, acne scarring, and sun damage.
Fillers: Dermal fillers can restore volume to the cheeks, temples, and lips.
Botox: Botox can be used to delay the formation of fine lines and wrinkles, especially on the forehead and around the eyes.
Skincare: Medical-grade skincare and advanced sun protection help round out this regimen to help patients maintain their supple, beautiful skin.
Interested in Prejuvenation?If you’re interested in preventing or improving early signs of aging, contact Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York at 212-686-7306 today, for a consultation.
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