As stated by Dr Persky, MD, Persky Sunder Facial Plastic Surgery, Encino:
Points from the Video:
00: 12- When should someone start to combat facial wrinkles?
00:44- Usually, it is young women who want a little botox;
01:04- Wrinkles don’t really start appearing till at least the later twenties;
01: 14- One of the causes of wrinkles is losing volume;
01: 30- The earliest time to consider botox is may be in the late twenties or early thirties;
Taxes, death and facial wrinkles are inevitable. When should someone start to combat facial wrinkles or even the far of facial wrinkles? Certainly, we have patients coming in who are quite young who want something done, and usually for those patients, nothing beats you, let’s face it. So for those patients, I’ll reach my drawer and take out a piece of paper and on that piece of paper, the lyrics from Bruno Mars –‘You are beautiful just the way you are’, and I say we will see you in a few years. Usually it is young women who want a little botox, they want a little bit of lift right here. We put a drop of botox in the procerus muscle and a drop of botox out here, may be 4-6 units, and they get a nice little lift and rejuvenation. But wrinkles don’t really start appearing till at least the later twenties. We do start losing volume in our face from 24-25 years on and one of the causes of wrinkles is losing volume. So, I would say that probably the earliest time to seriously consider botox is may be in the late twenties or early thirties, but I would say that great majority of patients have botox in their forties, fifties and sixties.
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