It has been almost 2 1/2 years since I took the plunge and finally had the shape of my nose changed. Every day I look in the mirror and just cannot believe it- It seems to look even better as the time goes on! Friends still tell me "It's so amazing what they did for you!" I've been meaning to write a testimonial now for about a year. Since my surgery in March 2010, I have never been more happy with the way my face has looked...
Recovering Over the Holidays
Plastic surgery can be an excellent way to rejuvenate and revitalize the face, but it does come with some inconvenience and sacrifice to accommodate the recovery process. These days, this inconvenience can mean the difference between moving forward with a coveted procedure or not, due to busy schedules and responsibilities making a lengthy recovery impossible. Time off can be hard to come by, and some people can only find the time to consider surgery when they have a guaranteed stretch of time away from work—such as during the holiday season.
Are Your Eyes Making You Angry?
Aging consists of a variety of physical changes, and problems like wrinkling, sagging skin, and volume loss can sneak up quickly. There are a lot of unexpected side effects of aging, and one of these is the change in resting expression. With eye and forehead aging can come a perpetual appearance of anger, fatigue, disinterest, or worry. Unfortunately, these resting expressions can influence how you and others perceive you in a negative way. For many people starting to notice these signs of aging, how they feel on the inside in no way matches these expressions, which can be difficult to cope with, along with the other changes associated with aging. Here are the reasons your eyes could be making you look angry, and tips for what to do about it.