Jowls starting ? Age 30, what to do? (photos)
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What to do?
In summary, No cures. Prevention- Skin care, Nutrition, Weight ---the more ideal well ..... the more ideal.
If you really want to try something, than a nonsurgical approach.
Face lift? Jowls visible at age 30
- Your photo suggests that your lower mid-face needs a bit more support.
- This can be with fillers or with a chin implant or with a pre-jowl implant.
- That said - photos can be misleading so an examination is truly needed.
- Always see a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
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Jowls starting ? Age 30, what to do?
I think the answer for you is some combination of very judicious fillers placed expertly, as well as some noninvasive tissue tightening device. There are several such fillers and such devices out there, that you need to visit with a few plastic surgeons to determine whom you trust and whose philosophy you agree with. Start subtle and realize that as you age, at some point there will be a limitation to when fillers and noninvasive treatments can effectively do the job. Best of luck!
Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon
Newtown Square/Philadelphia, PA
Mild changes of young age
It's a lucky thing that you are still very young, as in the next 10-15 years we will probably see an explosion of new non-surgical modalities that can tighten skin. Combine that with some fillers that we already have (and more will also be coming) and you will be able to hold on to your youthful looks for sometime. Your challenge is to find the right plastic surgeon (aesthetic doctor) that will only buy the machine that does eventually work (not wasting your time and money), can combine it with the right fillers and do it all with a keen eye.
It will be exciting:).
All the best,
Dean Vistnes, M.D.
Vistnes Palstic Surgery
San Francisco Bay Area
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