There is no more important feature than the face. The way we see the eyes, the mouth, and all of the expressions between them conveys immense non-verbal knowledge critical to all aspects of life. Due to this, the face is where aging is most noticeable, with lines and wrinkles or droopy eyelids capable of being the difference between someone looking like they’re in their 30s or their 50s.
The best news is plastic surgery has cornered the technology and ability needed to soften the signs of wear and tear, and sometimes outright reversing them. Some of these procedures are the “easiest” non-surgical procedures available, such as a quick Botox injection to temporarily eliminate wrinkles and fine lines. Even some of the surgical procedures, such as eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, are not major major surgery; surgeons remove a bit of eyelid skin, hide the scar in the folds of the eyelid, and open eyes back to where they were decades ago in a short and sweet trip to the OR. There is more hope for rejuvenating the face than ever before, quicker than before, and most all for a reasonable price.
In this PSC Round Table, board certified plastic surgeons and facial experts Dr. Anu Bajaj of Oklahoma City, Dr. Kristi Hustak of Houston, Dr. Dustin Reid of Austin, and Dr. Steven Camp of Fort Worth share their favorite facial rejuvenative procedures and which they think are the best bang for the patients’ buck.t