Minimally invasive skin care treatments that rely on injections to reduce wrinkles, fine lines, and other signs of facial aging are by far the most popular cosmetic procedures performed in the U.S. In fact, more than 10 million of these procedures were performed in the U.S. in 2018, according to data from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Botox™ and similar neuromodulators such as Dysport®, Xeomin®, and Jeuveau™ accounted for almost 7,500,000 of the procedures, while soft tissue filler injections accounted for just under 2,700,000 of them.
Breast cancer affects about one out of every eight women, but despite the known benefits of post-mastectomy reconstructive surgery, many women do not undergo the procedure. In fact, many women remain unaware of available post-cancer treatment reconstructive options that are designed to restore one or both breasts to more closely resemble their original size, shape, appearance, and symmetry. According to research by the Breast Reconstruction Awareness Campaign (BRA):
The neck serves as a pedestal for your face, and a smooth, well-proportioned neck helps refine the features of your chin, face, and profile. Unfortunately, the neck often displays visible signs of aging in advance of the facial area, which can distort facial and jawline contours and make you appear older than you really are. Whether through aging, hereditary factors, environmental factors (too much sun), stress, or a combination of them all, your neck area may be impacted by wrinkling, loose skin, excess fat, neck muscle banding, the “turkey wattle,” jowl lines, and may be causing a double chin.
Consider a Daddy-Do-Over to Address the Physical Changes that Come with Aging, Parenting, and Stress
Most people familiar with cosmetic surgery have heard of the “Mommy Makeover,” but did you know about the “Daddy-Do-Over?”