If you’re like many people, reversing or slowing the signs of aging is a big concern. Yet, so many options exist today—natural treatments, surgery, minimally-invasive procedures and millions of skincare lines—how do you choose? Let us show you how! We share preventive measures to take NOW and review the top anti-aging treatments available today. AUTHOR Dr. Terri DeNeui, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC CATEGORY Anti-Aging SOCIAL @EVEXIASMEDICAL What factors cause the skin to age, and how can I avoid them? Environmental factors (HELLO UV rays and free radicals!), unhealthy habits, genetics, hormone imbalance and ethnicity can all play a role in premature aging of the skin. Let’s take a closer look at these factors and how to limit their impact. PREVENTIVE SKIN ANTI-AGING TIPS PART 1: 1).
Before we jump into today's post, we want to talk about several important terms to be sure we’re all on the same page. For starters, we know everyone is familiar with Botox (short for Botulinum Toxin). But did you know Botulinum Toxin is a purified protein that is the active ingredient in the brands Dysport and Botox? Dysport and Botox are just two names of the injectable drug Botulinum Toxin, and both are FDA approved. To learn more about the treatments, we have a whole page dedicated to it, here. Dysport Does More Than Smooth Out Fine Lines When most people think of treatments like Dysport, they imagine a person looking to turn back the hands of time and reverse the aging process. Sure, Dysport is famous for smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles and combatting signs of aging. But the truth is, it can do so much more
Deciding on the best wrinkle treatment and skin rejuvenation approach can be difficult, especially if you’re a first-timer. Today we’re going to discuss the differences between Botox and fillers so you can get an idea of the best treatment for your needs. Both Botox and dermal fillers have grown in popularity over the years but they’re not interchangeable treatments nor are they synonymous and depending on what you’re looking for one may work better than the other. Although they’re often confused as one another they do have different functions. Here’s what you need to know. What’s the Difference? While both are effective treatments to eliminate the effects of aging, Botox reduces the activity of the muscles in the face that cause wrinkles and dermal fillers literally fill the trouble areas and plump the skin. So, let’s take a closer look. Botox At EVEXIAS Medical Centers, we offer both Botox®
For me, the human face is the most important subject of the cinema. ~Ingmar Bergman The human face has always fascinated artists and scientists. Beauty, sadness and the entire continuum of human emotions are immediately evident from a brief glimpse of a face. A person’s face communicates on a basic level. For example, even seconds after being born, babies begin the process of facial recognition so complicated that even computer scientists are just beginning to understand it. Health and vitality – both critical to making a positive first impression – are perceived by others based on facial appearance. No one wants bags around the eyes or mouth, wrinkles on the forehead or dull, gray facial skin tone. However, many cringe at the thought of undergoing plastic surgery. For these individuals, non-surgical dermal fillers might be the answer to a more healthy-looking face. Are you ready to have a younger-looking