Everyday I see patients that feel young and healthy. They are youthful and dress youthful. They work hard to maintain a healthy appearance through diet and exercise. Many have successful, professional lives, and active social lives. They look in the mirror and they see old, they see tired. They see the signs of an aging face. But how can this be? How can I be young, and look old? Such sets up the dilemma, the conflict. How can I resolve this conflict?
These are people that are basically happy with themselves, happy with whom they are, but they want to maintain or hold onto their appearance. This is the goal of facial cosmetic surgery: To maintain that youthful, fresh appearance, to resolve conflict, to both feel and look youthful and fresh.
This aging process happens to all of us. We know that the aging changes are not going away, and are not going to get any better. In fact, it is going to get worse. So, if you choose to halt or reverse these aging signs, it will require cosmetic surgical procedures. So, now the question becomes not if you will need a procedure, but when? And it is this decision, when is the right time, that the individual needs to make. By sitting in front of a mirror together, we can discuss your issues, needs, and wants regarding your face. You can direct the conversation, and together we can come up with a plan that works for you. In the end of our conversation, it will have to be you that wants these changes. You will need to be the one that decides what you want and when you want it. And when you get to that point, it will be when, not if.