“Aging leads to a variety of changes in the face. Volume loss takes its toll on the facial tissues, affecting muscle tone and skin elasticity. Fine lines become prominent on the forehead, around the eyes and the mouth. Facial skin, especially on the cheeks and chin, sags as fat loss occurs on those areas. Cartilage on the nose may also deteriorate due to natural degeneration.
While the aging process cannot be stopped, minimally invasive procedures, such as a “liquid facelift” through injections, can be done to combat these facial aging effects. Scientifically approved fillers are injected into target spots to fill creases and sags for a fuller, rejuvenated appearance.”