One of the biggest problems with getting facelift surgery is that it cuts your skin. This not only produces scars and has the potential to distort your facial appearance: it fails to take advantage of the skin’s natural ability to rejuvenate itself. That is a shame, because the skin’s natural rejuvenation ability is quite remarkable and can be fostered in many ways.
Meanwhile, you can save interventions for tissues that don’t heal as well. A nonsurgical facelift can improve the appearance and proportion of your teeth to dramatically reduce your apparent age.
Protect and Nutrify
One of the best ways to help your skin stay young is to protect it from damaging influences, like the sun or cigarette smoke. If you can keep your skin away from damaging influences, it will continue to remain tighter and more youthful looking for years longer.
You can also help your skin to remain youthful by supplying it with the vital nutrients it needs. This can be done very easily. First, eat a balanced diet full of all the nutrients your skin needs, including omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants. If you feel the need, you can add more nutrients to your skin with skin care creams and washes.
Of course, if your skin’s healing and rejuvenation isn’t keeping pace with the aging process, there are still some things you can do to speed healing without surgery. Lasers, RF treatments, and chemical peels all work in similar ways. They cause controlled injury to your skin, not enough to break it and therefore not enough to result in scarring, but enough to stimulate your skin to heal itself.
As the skin heals, it produces more of the essential components that keep your skin youthful and taut. This can cause visible skin tightening and eliminate fine lines and wrinkles.
A Nonsurgical Facelift for Tissues That Don’t Heal
Although the skin is very good at healing itself, there are some elements of your facial appearance that aren’t as good at healing: your teeth.
As we get older, our teeth get worn down, chipped, or even lost. When this happens, it causes our facial height to collapse. And, unfortunately, there’s currently no way to stimulate our teeth to grow back that lost tissue.
That’s part of what makes a nonsurgical facelift such a good intervention. It’s helping to replace natural tooth material that isn’t going to regrow. Dental crowns, dental implants, and other restorations can restore teeth to their natural, youthful proportions. And in exchange this will restore your face to its youthful proportions. Without surgery, surgical risks, or surgical scars.
If you want to get the most efficient rejuvenation that will help you achieve and maintain a youthful appearance, you have to utilize your body’s abilities as much as possible. That means taking advantage of the fact that your skin can heal and rejuvenate itself, while saving the interventions for tissues that can’t heal, like your teeth.