Posted on January 1st, 2013 in
Around Denver, Wrinkle Treatment
More young men and women are now choosing to have Botox Cosmetic injections, as recent research has shown that they may prevent wrinkles as well as treat them.
Recently documented in a press release
from World News Report,
younger patients are showing increased interest in a wide range of plastic surgery procedures, including Botox
and dermal filler
injections, breast augmentations
, nose jobs and eyelid surgeries.
Younger Patients Looking for Anti-Aging and Facial Contouring Procedures
According to Dr. Stella, a cosmetic surgeon quoted in the press release, “BOTOX is not just a wrinkle reducer; it can also act as a wrinkle deterrent. Studies have shown that applying BOTOX to the fine lines that are precursors to deeper wrinkles can prevent those deeper wrinkles from occurring later, in the patient’s 30s and beyond. People in their 20s and early 30s who have begun to show facial aging can benefit in the long term from BOTOX.”
In addition to the growth seen in Botox treatments for young patients, this popular procedure is skyrocketing in popularity with patients of all demographics. According to the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ABFPRS) statistics, Botox injections are have been the leading non-surgical cosmetic procedure for patients under 35 in recent years.
In terms of surgical procedures, the most popular plastic surgery procedures for patients under 35 have been rhinoplasties, also known as nose jobs. This is a particularly popular type of procedure for patients of all ages, as nose surgeries can address a wide range of issues that are not necessarily related to aging. In many cases, a nose job can help to provide a more naturally balanced overall appearance to the face, helping to accent the natural beauty of other areas, such as the eyes, smile or hair.
Photo by liber on Flickr.
Posted on November 29th, 2012 in
The Denver Channel
recently published an article about Dolly Parton, the movie star, singer, songwriter who has never been shy when it comes to talking about her plastic surgery procedures.
That also includes her breast implants. She says aging with her breast implants has been “just fine,” and according to People magazine’s September 2003 issue
, she has had plastic surgery for her eyes, lips and breasts. None of which Dolly denies.
Her Beverly Hills surgeon, Dr. John Grossman, claims Parton is genetically gifted with beautiful skin. She’s also had a number of face rejuvenations, but never a full face-lift. Parton herself says a tan in the South used to be a sign that you worked in the fields, so she never went out in the sun. But with Parton’s usual, self-deprecating humor, she is proud to say that Dr. Grossman “does all my fender work.” She’s even described her cosmetic procedures to Larry King in an interview as getting “sucked, plucked or tucked.”
Parton Pokes Fun at Her Image
With her trademark grace and humor, Parton sees her overall flashy look and image as a result of her growing up dirt poor in Tennessee, the fourth of 12 children. According to her 1994 biography, Dolly: My Life and Other Unfinished Business
she hides none of her past augmentations and addresses them all with a non-nonsense attitude.
With nearly forty years in the entertainment industry, you don’t even have to know anything about country music to know Dolly Parton and the flashy, campy icon she’s become. In the Nightline interview she even gests about her entry into a drag queen look-alike contest. Standing among the other contestants, who spent months perfecting the make-up, hair and her signature look, Dolly Parton lost.
Photo by Alejo Castillo