It’s not hard to get excited about anti-aging techniques when you speak with Dr. Steven Cohen. His deep understanding and passion about the latest scientific advancements and how they are transforming lives are contagious.
The desire to look younger is nothing new, but the recent trend to blend surgical and non-surgical procedures has made anti-aging simpler—and more effective—than ever before. Just ask Dr. Benjamin Bassichis, a double board-certified facial plastic surgeon who has repeatedly been recognized as a Castle Connolly Top Doctor.
Judging from the rise in popularity of face-changing apps like Snapchat, FaceApp and Face Changer, people sure do love to see how they look with some subtle facial adjustments. But those changes aren’t real…once the app closes, the changes disappear.
Form and function are hallmarks of great design. Architects study it. Website designers strive for it. Home builders, engineers, and even cell phone developers live by it. Plastic surgeons, too, seek to strike a perfect balance between these two complementary ideas.
Numerous studies reveal that eyes are the most attractive facial feature to both men and women. Yet—with wrinkles, bags, form lines, crow’s feet, and sagging skin—it seems like Mother Nature and Father Time are teaming up to prove this research wrong.
The term “nose job” is so commonplace and widely-recognized today that many believe just any doctor with a “plastic surgeon” sign can successfully and safely recreate a beautiful nose. This just isn’t true.
Most of us wouldn’t trade a life well-lived for anything. But family trips to the beach, charity walks, health complications we’ve overcome, and other events that make us who we are can etch themselves on our faces.