Your 40s and 50s can be an amazing time. For many women, middle-age is the new golden age.
It’s easy to get lured into the latest over-the-counter trends, but medical-grade products are a must when real improvement is desired from non-surgical cosmetic options. Our physician-strength skincare products may include human growth factor, antioxidants, retinols, peptides, and other ingredients to maximize results. Our staff addresses maintenance through sunscreens, moisturizers, and various techniques that can extend your cosmetic treatments, including plastic surgery. Deeper skin interventions, like microdermabrasion, photofacials, laser resurfacing, injectables, and fillers, assure your youthful glow.
“If you pay attention to skin care every day, you’ll never look into the mirror and see a person who looks ten years older than you want to be.” – Bethany
The key to doing anything surgical (plastic surgery / cosmetic surgery) at this age is to keep it natural. We advise aiming for small, incremental changes that preserve the core of your face (your eyes and mouth) while adjusting the framework. Plastic surgery is an art founded on delicacy, and very small shifts can discreetly transform a face. We will work together to assess your needs and make sure to highlight your natural beauty. Common procedures include eye-lid lift (often covered by insurance), mid-face or cheek lift, neck liposuction, chin and cheek implants, and brow lift.
We view your skin health as an integral part of your overall wellness, and this includes your hormones, nutrition, supplementation, and health history. Through advanced methods of integrative medicine, your individual needs may be addressed in order to delay and potentially reverse the negative effects of aging. With a host of diagnostic testing to determine your hormone profiles, allergens, food sensitivities, and nutritional deficiencies, we can drastically alter your current trajectory. Bio-identical hormone replacement (BHRT), nutritional supplements, vitamin and mineral infusions (IV’s), medications and lifestyle changes are utilized.