TimepiecePatients who come into the plastic surgeon’s office might have one or more procedures in mind, but in general, they want to look good for their age and slow down the aging process. From keeping skin looking smooth and bright to helping their weight-loss goals by minimizing problem areas and contouring the figure, there are many options available. Every plan starts with a healthy lifestyle, filled with a balanced diet and regular exercise. Share some cosmetic options and give your patients some ideas about how to look better than ever; without compromising their natural good looks.

The Face

A man or woman who has already had a facelift, eyelid surgery or a browlift should expect to be happy with their new look after surgery. They have addressed a major component that was causing them problems. Once that is corrected, there may be procedures that can help them continue to put their best face forward. Nonsurgical procedures for anti-aging:

The Hands

Many people don’t realize that their hands age along with their body until it’s too late. Wrinkles, sunspots and loss of fat and volume can be gradual or if you’re like most, hit overnight when you realize you haven’t used gloves enough or put sunscreen on your hands.  A recent news article addressing hand rejuvenation if worth checking out.  Additionally, general information about hand rejuvenation can be found here:  http://www.surgery.org/consumers/procedures/skin/hand-rejuvenation.

The Body

After a breast augmentation, tummy tuck or body lift procedure, most are excited about their new physiques and feeling confident.  Are there other areas where liposuction or nonsurgical fat reduction could help?  Spider vein treatment perhaps?

If one part of your body is bothering you, liposuction can help.

Are dark veins making you feel self-conscious about your legs? Check out more information about treatments for spider veins.

Dr. Brzowski is a board certified plastic surgeon.  With offices in both Salt Lake City and South Ogden, Dr. Brzowski sees patients from the Wasatch Front and surrounding areas.