Aging Face and Neck | San Jose, Mountain View, San Mateo
As people age, their faces begin to exhibit the effects of gravity, exposure to the sun and the stresses of daily life. Deep creases form, connecting the nose and mouth; the jawline grows slack and jowls distend. There is a loss of facial volume, a decrease in the soft tissues and underlying bone. The neck develops loose skin, slack neck muscles, and fat deposits.
The local anesthesia options developed by Dr. Morganroth at the California Skin Institute for facial and neck rejuvenation are broad and consist of non-invasive procedures for gentle improvement to minimally invasive procedures that produce a dramatic and natural rejuvenation.