The Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York® offers many different treatment options to lessen the effects of aging on the face.
Injectable Treatment Options
- Juvederm Volbella XC®
- Juvederm Vollure XC
- Juvederm Voluma XC
- Juvederm XC®
- Restylane Lyft
- Restylane Refyne/Defyne
Other injectables work by relaxing muscles that lead to the formation of wrinkles. These injectables include:
Device Treatment Options
Laser and light devices can also be used to reverse signs of aging and prevent further damage. These treatments work by stimulating the body’s own healing processes, either through fractional or ablative procedures. Fractional devices create micro-channels in the skin, leaving surrounding tissue intact. Treatments boost collagen productions within the dermal structure with minimal downtime involved. Ablative devices precisely remove thin layers of skin cells, revealing undamaged skin below. Results can be dramatic, but these devices also require some downtime.
The Laser and Skin Surgery Center of New York has the following devices available for treatment:
Surgical Treatment Options
When aging symptoms become more severe, plastic surgery may be necessary. Surgical procedures offer dramatic, long-lasting results for concerns like sagging skin, deep facial creases, jowl formation, and hollowing of the midface. These procedures are frequently performed on an outpatient basis, performed by our board-certified plastic surgeons who bring decades of experience to the operating table. Customization of the procedure to the precise needs and goals of the patient is the primary factor in ensuring natural, youthful, and beautiful results. To learn more about facial plastic surgery, visit medlineplus.gov
The plastic surgeon at the Laser and Skin Surgery Center of New York offer the following procedures to address moderate to severe signs of aging:
Real Patients Before and After photos
Fraxel Laser for Facial Wrinkles
Fractional Laser to Rejuvenate Skin around the Mouth
Ultherapy to Treat Sagging Skin, Lines and Wrinkles on the Face and Neck
Aging In The News
Aging in Quarantine? It’s Been Fast and Furious, featuring Dr. Anolik at WSJ Magazine
These Are the Most Common Mistakes I See People Make on Mature Skin, featuring Dr. Anolik at MSN
Have You Ever Heard of a Lip Lift? Featuring Dr. Anolik at Goop
The Ass Vs. Face Dilemma, featuring Dr. Anolik at Yahoo News
Aging Skin Questions and Answers
Q: What Are The Signs of Aging Skin?
A: Wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, sagging, roughness, dryness and itching, and loss of volume are unavoidable effects of aging.
Q: What Causes Aging Skin?
A: Sun exposure is the main contributor to aging skin. Smoking, alcohol, repetitive facial expressions, sunbathing, tanning beds, stress, pollution, diet, and sleep habits are also contributors to premature aging.
Q: How Can I Prevent Aging Skin?
A: Although aging skin is inevitable, you can manage its progression by:
- Limiting exposure to the sun for extended periods of time
- Wearing SPF 30 sunscreen when outside
- Limiting alcohol intake
- Not smoking
- Moisturizing your skin
- Drinking lots of water
- Getting Botox and dermal fillers
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The skin’s underlying structure degrades over time, leading to skin laxity and sagging skin. Collagen, the essential protein in our skin, begins to decline as early as our 20s, leaving skin without support from within. Restoring collagen helps to restore the skin’s youthful vitality.
Wrinkles are a common and unwanted sign of aging. As you age, your body produces less collagen, creating saggy and wrinkly looking skin. Our customized strategies to combat wrinkles include laser resurfacing, dermal fillers, and wrinkle relaxers.
Age spots and brown spots (also known as sunspots, liver spots, and lentigines) are a consequence of aging and sun exposure. The most effective treatment for eliminating these spots and other skin pigmentation is laser therapy, which usually includes little to no downtime after treatment.
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