Can I do exercises? Do I need fillers? Why is it doing this? It seems like it happened all of a sudden
I'm 28 and my Face Looks Like It's Melting What Should I Do? (photo)
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No, you are not melting
No, You are not melting. However, you have lost some volume. Have you lost weight? Do you have an overbite? Weight loss can lead to volume loss. You have a receding chin and that might be do to a dental alignment issue so if you have a bite problem , have that checked. that being said, you are a great candidate for fillers so if this bothers you get a good doctor and go for it.
A possible remedy for your sagging
Unfortunately you have lost volume about your lower face; be sure your diet is devoid of all processed sugary covenience drinks and sodas, yes, even if diet soda; have HA fillers done every 6 months until your volume is restored by an experienced cosmetically trained physician. Then, maintain your ongoing correction using topcial vitamin C; I like the Skin Medica cosmeceutical product line. Remember, a successful outcome is dependent upon a realistic strategic plan for correction outlined by your physician and adhered to by you. Good Luck.
You would benefit from a non-coercive consultation with the right cosmetic surgeon.
It is not likely that your face is melting. However, some support with injectable hyaluronic acid fillers which are non surgical can make a huge difference for your self-confidence. While exercising is great for your help and physique, facial muscle exercises will not correct your facial concerns.
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Why is my face melting?
Have you had any unexpected weight loss? Make sure that you don't have some new onset medical condition that could be contributing. Psychologically, most people suddenly catch up to their age. It is not unusual to look in the mirror and suddenly think you've aged 10 years. Nothing has changed but your realization of the situation. Fillers, fat grafting, botox, etc. can all help. Good luck!
You are showing some early signs of aging.
Please see an experienced, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Facial Plastic Surgeon, or Cosmetic Dermatologist to discuss your concerns.
Treatments options such as fillers and Botox may be able to help.
Larry Fan, MD
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