So, you’re looking to enhance your figure — whether through breast augmentation, liposuction or something else altogether. But just because your body is the focus doesn’t mean you can’t give a little TLC to your face too. While BOTOX® in your twenties might sound a bit early, it’s not. It’s all part of a nw trend for “prejuvenation.”
What Is Prejuvenation?
Think of it like defense vs. offense. Rejuvenation treatments respond to signs of aging that are already leaving their mark. You see the lines and wrinkles and decide to try to reverse the hands of time. Prejuvenation is the offensive stance. You get treatments to stop signs of aging from getting their foothold. You have your youth, and rather than fighting to get it back, you just keep it. Sounds like a pretty good deal, right?
Incorporating Prejuvenation into Your Surgery
Now that you know what prejuvenation is, how can you make it part of your planned plastic surgery? That all depends on what your concerns are. BOTOX is generally the standard for getting that refreshed look and preventing signs of aging from developing on the face. However, fillers, laser treatments and even skin tightening might be great options to bundle with your surgery.
Fillers can erase fine lines and plump your lips, both helping to maintain a youthful look. Laser treatments can encourage cell turnover and even build new collagen. By using the latest nonsurgical skincare technology, you are now able to prevent many signs of aging from even appearing in the first place.
Remember, you’re never too young to take good care of your skin and slow the march of time. If you are ready to book your plastic surgery and supporting procedures and treatments, now is the time to sit down with Dr. Campanile to discuss your options. Book your appointment by calling the office at 303-345-7476 or filling out our contact form.