Wednesday, August 8, 2007

New theory of facial aging

Theory Of Facial Aging Gets A Facelift ScienceDaily 8/9/07 "The longstanding idea that the entire human face ages uniformly is in need of a facelift..."For hundreds of years, everyone has believed that the fat on the face is one confluent mass, which eventually gets weighed down by gravity, creating sagging skin," said Dr. Joel Pessa..."the face is made up of individual fat compartments that gain and lose fat at different times and different rates as we age"...A youthful face is characterized by a smooth transition between these compartments. As people age, contour changes occur between these regions due to volume losses and gains as well as repositioning of the compartments. Eventually, this can result in sagging or hollowed skin and wrinkles..."

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