Are you giving away your age without saying a word?

We all know our faces have trouble keeping their mouths shut about our age. That’s because the skin on the face is up front and present, revealing too much time spent in the sun, poor eating habits, lack of sleep, stress – to name only a few of the culprits. But your face isn’t the only body part telling your secrets.

Your fingers also do the talking
The skin on your hands can also show obvious signs of aging in the form of brown spots caused by sun damage, dryness and loss of fat. Talk to us about laser treatments and fillers that can help rejuvenate your hands.

An area we may not realize can make us appear older than we are
skin care So we know about our faces, our hands (and probably our necks), but not all of us realize the impact that our breasts can have on how old we look. There are many ways our breasts can age us, but the good news is, your plastic surgeon can help.

Changes that can change your outlook for the better
Few parts of the anatomy go through more unavoidable changes in a woman’s life than her breasts. And sometimes plastic surgery is the only way to undo some of the unwanted changes. Being able to bring back liveliness and proportion not only helps rejuvenate our breasts, but also a more youthful posture and physique.

Enjoying a smaller, better position
Depending on your unique situation, a breast reduction, breast lift – or both – can re-sculpt and reposition the breasts and create a higher and more youthful cleavage line. The procedures can also restore breast form and contour that can turn back the clock. In addition, reductions and lifts can reduce weight and restore natural support to your breasts, helping to eliminate associated back and neck pain.

Take back your youth
Your face, neck, hands – and your breasts – can all start a new conversation about you. Make a consultation appointment today by calling:
In Pinole (East Bay), call: (510) 724-8282
In Larkspur (North Bay), call: (415) 461-5755

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