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Face Procedures

The aging process of the face varies from person to person. The main causes are changes in bone density, loss or displacement of fat and the breakdown of collagen and elastin.

Anti-aging prevention, minimally invasive facial cosmetic treatments, and surgical procedures can be your key to lessening the signs of aging. While some factors, like bone changes, can’t be prevented, others like fat, collagen and elastin loss can be minimized. Lifestyle choices like diet and sun exposure can impact how quickly these factors come into play.

The injectable revolution is a driving force behind the increase in noninvasive cosmetic treatments, and advancements in the use of injectables have come a long way in preventing and reversing the visible signs of aging, with or without surgery. Today, doctors have a better understanding of what causes facial aging, and are able to address signs of aging like nasolabial folds, volume loss and deep facial lines or wrinkles to provide better results using injectable solutions like Botox® or Xeomin®, hyaluronic acid fillers, collagen-based stimulators and fillers.

Patients seeking permanent solutions to facial aging may choose a brow/forehead lift, eyelid surgery, or facial implants (ePTFE) to fill the nasolabial folds and marionette lines.

Additionally, patients may choose surgeries such as ear pinning and chin augmentation to help boost their self-esteem and address concerns that may have plagued them for years.

To learn if non-surgical, surgical, or a combination of these facial procedures is right for you, contact our practice to schedule your appointment with Dr. Singer. Here you can share your goals, get your questions answered, and learn about options customized for you!

Meet Dr. Singer

Dr. Karen Singer understands these needs and has been transforming people’s appearances for more than 25 years. Dr. Singer combines extensive formal training with an artist’s eye for design, form, proportion and symmetry to produce great results. Dr. Singer earned her undergraduate degree at Harvard University, graduating Magna Cum Laude with Highest Honors. After earning her MD at Harvard Medical School … [Read More]