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Aging is Not Inevitable

What separates humans from every other living organism is the expression of our minds, our physical bodies, and our spirit.  The harmony in which these elements can flourish encompass what we might describe as being human.  

What separates humans from every other living organism is the expression of our minds, our physical bodies, and our spirit.  The harmony in which these elements can flourish encompass what we might describe as being human.  

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How Has Aging Affected You?
Programs and Therapies

When a person is referred to as having a baby face, it is implied that they have a round face that is full of baby fat and soft smooth skin.  In contrast, older faces lose the baby fat, lose facial collagen and begin to sag, while sun exposure damages the cellular DNA to cause abnormal pigmentation, fine lines, and sun-spots.  Fortunately, there are some treatment options that can help you look more youthful.  

You face will lose fat volume beginning as early as your mid to late twenties.  The loss of fat volume is most evident under the eyes over your cheeks giving you the appearance of having dark eye circles as it exposes the orbital bone.  Other areas include the temples, jowls, nasolabial fold, and around the mouth.  

Treatment:

Volume replacement using one a variety of facial fillers or fat transfer can help you restore the appearance of youth immediately and with little to no down-time              

[ read more ]

Tissue begins to sag as your collagen begins to break down.  Just as importantly, the skin around the brow, cheeks, and jowls begin to sag as you lose more facial volume.  

Treatment:

Treatment begins with volume replacement up to the point where you still appear natural.  Natural is the most important element of facial cosmetic surgery.  If the tissue is still loose and sagging, then you might benefit from a surgical lift 

[ read more ]

Tissue will naturally wear down with time and age.  This process is accelerated by UV exposure from the sun as well as other environmental pollutants such as smoking.  The tissue collagen will break down and become more disorganized.  The affect on your skin can be see as  sun spots, fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores, and skin cancers. 

Treatment:

Fortunately, there are many effective options to reverse or treat some of the effects of age and pollutants on your skin.  These include laser devices that can rejuvenate your cellular DNA, remove sun spots and spider veins, as well as smooth out the texture, fine lines, and enlarged pores.  

[ read more ]

Dynamic lines and wrinkles are caused by hyperactive facial muscles acting on loose skin with broken down collagen.  Affected areas include the forehead, glabellar ( vertical lines between the brows ), and crow’s feet lines.  There are other lines but these are the worst culprits.

Treatment:

Botox is the mainstay for the treatment of dynamic facial lines.  Botox is a medication with the ability to stop targeted muscles from working.  Botox is one of the safest and best tested drugs on the market.  Bad results are usually due to the injector and rarely due to the medication.  

[ read more ]

How Has Aging Affected You?
Programs and Therapies

When a person is referred to as having a baby face, it is implied that they have a round face that is full of baby fat and soft smooth skin.  In contrast, older faces lose the baby fat, lose facial collagen and begin to sag, while sun exposure damages the cellular DNA to cause abnormal pigmentation, fine lines, and sun-spots.  Fortunately, there are some treatment options that can help you look more youthful.  

You face will lose fat volume beginning as early as your mid to late twenties.  The loss of fat volume is most evident under the eyes over your cheeks giving you the appearance of having dark eye circles as it exposes the orbital bone.  Other areas include the temples, jowls, nasolabial fold, and around the mouth.  

Treatment:

Volume replacement using one a variety of facial fillers or fat transfer can help you restore the appearance of youth immediately and with little to no down-time              

[ read more ]

Tissue begins to sag as your collagen begins to break down.  Just as importantly, the skin around the brow, cheeks, and jowls begin to sag as you lose more facial volume.  

Treatment:

Treatment begins with volume replacement up to the point where you still appear natural.  Natural is the most important element of facial cosmetic surgery.  If the tissue is still loose and sagging, then you might benefit from a surgical lift 

[ read more ]

Tissue will naturally wear down with time and age.  This process is accelerated by UV exposure from the sun as well as other environmental pollutants such as smoking.  The tissue collagen will break down and become more disorganized.  The affect on your skin can be see as  sun spots, fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores, and skin cancers. 

Treatment:

Fortunately, there are many effective options to reverse or treat some of the effects of age and pollutants on your skin.  These include laser devices that can rejuvenate your cellular DNA, remove sun spots and spider veins, as well as smooth out the texture, fine lines, and enlarged pores.  

[ read more ]

Dynamic lines and wrinkles are caused by hyperactive facial muscles acting on loose skin with broken down collagen.  Affected areas include the forehead, glabellar ( vertical lines between the brows ), and crow’s feet lines.  There are other lines but these are the worst culprits.

Treatment:

Botox is the mainstay for the treatment of dynamic facial lines.  Botox is a medication with the ability to stop targeted muscles from working.  Botox is one of the safest and best tested drugs on the market.  Bad results are usually due to the injector and rarely due to the medication.  

[ read more ]

How Has Aging Affected You?
Treatable Conditions

When a person is referred to as having a baby face, it is implied that they have a round face that is full of baby fat and soft smooth skin.  In contrast, older faces lose the baby fat, lose facial collagen and begin to sag, while sun exposure damages the cellular DNA to cause abnormal pigmentation, fine lines, and sun-spots.  Fortunately, there are some treatment options that can help you look more youthful.  

You face will lose fat volume beginning as early as your mid to late twenties.  The loss of fat volume is most evident under the eyes over your cheeks giving you the appearance of having dark eye circles as it exposes the orbital bone.  Other areas include the temples, jowls, nasolabial fold, and around the mouth.  

Treatment:

Volume replacement using one a variety of facial fillers or fat transfer can help you restore the appearance of youth immediately and with little to no down-time              

[ read more ]

Tissue begins to sag as your collagen begins to break down.  Just as importantly, the skin around the brow, cheeks, and jowls begin to sag as you lose more facial volume.  

Treatment:

Treatment begins with volume replacement up to the point where you still appear natural.  Natural is the most important element of facial cosmetic surgery.  If the tissue is still loose and sagging, then you might benefit from a surgical lift 

[ read more ]

Tissue will naturally wear down with time and age.  This process is accelerated by UV exposure from the sun as well as other environmental pollutants such as smoking.  The tissue collagen will break down and become more disorganized.  The affect on your skin can be see as  sun spots, fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores, and skin cancers. 

Treatment:

Fortunately, there are many effective options to reverse or treat some of the effects of age and pollutants on your skin.  These include laser devices that can rejuvenate your cellular DNA, remove sun spots and spider veins, as well as smooth out the texture, fine lines, and enlarged pores.  

[ read more ]

Dynamic lines and wrinkles are caused by hyperactive facial muscles acting on loose skin with broken down collagen.  Affected areas include the forehead, glabellar ( vertical lines between the brows ), and crow’s feet lines.  There are other lines but these are the worst culprits.

Treatment:

Botox is the mainstay for the treatment of dynamic facial lines.  Botox is a medication with the ability to stop targeted muscles from working.  Botox is one of the safest and best tested drugs on the market.  Bad results are usually due to the injector and rarely due to the medication.  

[ read more ]

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How Has Aging Affected You?
Program Elements

When a person is referred to as having a baby face, it is implied that they have a round face that is full of baby fat and soft smooth skin.  In contrast, older faces lose the baby fat, lose facial collagen and begin to sag, while sun exposure damages the cellular DNA to cause abnormal pigmentation, fine lines, and sun-spots.  Fortunately, there are some treatment options that can help you look more youthful.  

You face will lose fat volume beginning as early as your mid to late twenties.  The loss of fat volume is most evident under the eyes over your cheeks giving you the appearance of having dark eye circles as it exposes the orbital bone.  Other areas include the temples, jowls, nasolabial fold, and around the mouth.  

Treatment:

Volume replacement using one a variety of facial fillers or fat transfer can help you restore the appearance of youth immediately and with little to no down-time              

[ read more ]

Tissue begins to sag as your collagen begins to break down.  Just as importantly, the skin around the brow, cheeks, and jowls begin to sag as you lose more facial volume.  

Treatment:

Treatment begins with volume replacement up to the point where you still appear natural.  Natural is the most important element of facial cosmetic surgery.  If the tissue is still loose and sagging, then you might benefit from a surgical lift 

[ read more ]

Tissue will naturally wear down with time and age.  This process is accelerated by UV exposure from the sun as well as other environmental pollutants such as smoking.  The tissue collagen will break down and become more disorganized.  The affect on your skin can be see as  sun spots, fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores, and skin cancers. 

Treatment:

Fortunately, there are many effective options to reverse or treat some of the effects of age and pollutants on your skin.  These include laser devices that can rejuvenate your cellular DNA, remove sun spots and spider veins, as well as smooth out the texture, fine lines, and enlarged pores.  

[ read more ]

Dynamic lines and wrinkles are caused by hyperactive facial muscles acting on loose skin with broken down collagen.  Affected areas include the forehead, glabellar ( vertical lines between the brows ), and crow’s feet lines.  There are other lines but these are the worst culprits.

Treatment:

Botox is the mainstay for the treatment of dynamic facial lines.  Botox is a medication with the ability to stop targeted muscles from working.  Botox is one of the safest and best tested drugs on the market.  Bad results are usually due to the injector and rarely due to the medication.  

[ read more ]

How Has Aging Affected You?
Program Elements

When a person is referred to as having a baby face, it is implied that they have a round face that is full of baby fat and soft smooth skin.  In contrast, older faces lose the baby fat, lose facial collagen and begin to sag, while sun exposure damages the cellular DNA to cause abnormal pigmentation, fine lines, and sun-spots.  Fortunately, there are some treatment options that can help you look more youthful.  

You face will lose fat volume beginning as early as your mid to late twenties.  The loss of fat volume is most evident under the eyes over your cheeks giving you the appearance of having dark eye circles as it exposes the orbital bone.  Other areas include the temples, jowls, nasolabial fold, and around the mouth.  

Treatment:

Volume replacement using one a variety of facial fillers or fat transfer can help you restore the appearance of youth immediately and with little to no down-time              

[ read more ]

Tissue begins to sag as your collagen begins to break down.  Just as importantly, the skin around the brow, cheeks, and jowls begin to sag as you lose more facial volume.  

Treatment:

Treatment begins with volume replacement up to the point where you still appear natural.  Natural is the most important element of facial cosmetic surgery.  If the tissue is still loose and sagging, then you might benefit from a surgical lift 

[ read more ]

Tissue will naturally wear down with time and age.  This process is accelerated by UV exposure from the sun as well as other environmental pollutants such as smoking.  The tissue collagen will break down and become more disorganized.  The affect on your skin can be see as  sun spots, fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores, and skin cancers. 

Treatment:

Fortunately, there are many effective options to reverse or treat some of the effects of age and pollutants on your skin.  These include laser devices that can rejuvenate your cellular DNA, remove sun spots and spider veins, as well as smooth out the texture, fine lines, and enlarged pores.  

[ read more ]

Dynamic lines and wrinkles are caused by hyperactive facial muscles acting on loose skin with broken down collagen.  Affected areas include the forehead, glabellar ( vertical lines between the brows ), and crow’s feet lines.  There are other lines but these are the worst culprits.

Treatment:

Botox is the mainstay for the treatment of dynamic facial lines.  Botox is a medication with the ability to stop targeted muscles from working.  Botox is one of the safest and best tested drugs on the market.  Bad results are usually due to the injector and rarely due to the medication.  

[ read more ]

Aging is inevitable, but some studies suggest the effect of aging can sometimes be reversed

Aging is defined as the process of becoming older, which involves a number of biological mechanisms that lead to deterioration of health – both cognitive and physical – over time.

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Recent studies have focused on strategies that combat aging at its core- the cellular processes that contribute to age-related disease and changes in our physical appearance as we become older

 

What is the Genetic Aging Theory

  • Many researchers believe the effects of aging are a result of numerous genetic and environmental factors, and these effects vary from person to person.
  • The genetic aging theory suggests that, just like hair color and height, our lifespan is influenced by the genes we inherit from our parents.
  • Such a theory may ring true; studies have shown that children of parents who have a long lifespan are more likely to live a longer life themselves.
  • And research from Sweden’s Karolinska Institutet (resource no longer available at www.nature.com) – published in 2013 – suggested that the aging process is influenced by mitochondrial DNA that we inherit from our mothers.he genetic aging theory
  • The team found that female mouse models passed mutations in mitochondrial DNA – which they accumulated through environmental exposures during their lifetime – to offspring, which reduced their lifespan.
  • But while evidence for the genetic aging theory is strong, the fact remains that healthy aging and longevity is largely influenced by our environment – that is, what we eat, how much we exercise, where we live and the compounds and toxins we are exposed to throughout our lifetime.
 
  • Oxidative stress and telomere length
    Our DNA accumulates damage from environmental exposures as we age. While cells are capable of repairing most of this damage, sometimes it is beyond repair.
  • This most often occurs as a result of oxidative stress, where the body does not possess enough antioxidants to fix the damage caused by free radicals – uncharged molecules that cause DNA damage. Oxidative stress has been identified as a key player in the aging process.
 
  • Another major cause of DNA damage is the shortening of telomeres. 
  • These are the caps at the end of each DNA strand that protect our chromosomes – the thread-like structures that contain all our genetic data
  • Telomeres are the caps at the end of each DNA strand that protect our chromosomes; their shortening speeds up the aging process.
    Telomeres naturally shorten as we age, reducing in length each time a cell divides. But when telomeres become too short, they are no longer able to protect the chromosomes, leaving them susceptible to damage that can lead to premature aging and disease development.
  • A recent study from the UK’s University of Cambridge suggests that telomere shortening as a result of environmental exposures may even be passed to offspring.
 
  • The team found that rats that had lower oxygen in the womb during pregnancy – often caused by smoking during pregnancy in humans – gave birth to offspring with shorter telomeres than rats that had higher oxygen exposure.
  • What is more, the oxygen-deprived offspring were found to have abnormalities in their blood vessels – a sign of faster aging and a predisposition to heart disease.
  • “We already know that our genes interact with environmental risk factors, such as smoking, obesity and lack of exercise to increase our risk of heart disease,” notes senior author Prof. Dino Giussani, from the Department of Physiology Development & Neuroscience at Cambridge, “but here we’ve shown that the environment we’re exposed to in the womb may be just as, if not more, important in programming a risk of adult-onset cardiovascular disease.”
  • The evidence for telomere length as a major player in the aging process has become so strong that researchers are looking to use telomeres as a biomarker for age-related diseases.

But what if researchers found a way to extend telomere length to protect against age-related diseases and the other effects of aging? Or what if they identified a strategy that could protect against oxidative stress?

Such approaches may not be too far from reality.

Extending telomere length to slow aging
Last year, MNT reported on a study published in The FASEB Journal, in which researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine in California revealed they have discovered a way to increase the length of human telomeres.


Researchers have uncovered ways to increase telomere length, which could slow aging.
The team – including study coauthor Helen Blau – used a modified form of ribonucleic acid (RNA) that consisted of the coding sequence for TERT – the active component of telomerase, an enzyme that maintains telomere health – to extend the length of telomeres.

By applying three applications of the modified RNA to human cells in a lab, they found they could increase the length of telomeres by around 1,000 nucleotides – around 10% – in a matter of days.

Blau and colleagues said their findings bring us a step closer to combatting both age-related and genetic diseases.

“One day it may be possible to target muscle stem cells in a patient with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, for example, to extend their telomeres. There are also implications for treating conditions of aging, such as diabetes and heart disease. This has really opened the doors to consider all types of potential uses of this therapy,” says Blau.

But according to other research, there may be ways in which we can extend telomere length ourselves in order to slow the aging process.

In December 2014, a study reported by MNT suggested following a Mediterranean diet – typically high in vegetables, fruits, nuts and olive oil, but low in saturated fats, dairy, meat and poultry – may lengthen telomeres.

From studying more than 4,600 healthy, middle-aged women, the team found that those who had greater adherence to a Mediterranean diet had longer telomeres than those with lower adherence to the diet.

Another study, published in September 2014 in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, suggested that reducing the amount of time sitting may protect against telomere shortening and extend lifespan.


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Eradicating mitochondria to rejuvenate aging cells
Last month, Dr. João Passos, of the Institute for Aging at Newcastle University in the UK, and colleagues revealed a new strategy that they say could reverse the aging process: removing mitochondria from cells.

Mitochondria are described as the “powerhouses” of cells, giving them the energy to function, but previous research has also associated mitochondria with oxidative stress.

In their study, published in The Embo Journal, Dr. Passos and colleagues increased mitophagy – a process cells normally use to get rid of faulty mitochondria – in aging human cells, enabling them to eradicate all mitochondria.

They found that eliminating mitochondria from the aging cells triggered a rejuvenation process, reducing markers of cellular aging to levels that are normally seen in younger cells.

“This is the first time that a study demonstrates that mitochondria are necessary for cellular aging. Now we are a step closer to devising therapies which target mitochondria to counteract the aging of cells,” says study coauthor Dr. Clara Correia-Melo.

Reversing brain aging
When it comes to aging, one of the biggest concerns is how it will affect our cognitive function.

The majority of people will see a decline in cognitive skills as they age. This is because certain areas of the brain – particularly those linked to learning and memory – shrink as we get older, interfering with connections between nerve cells.

Others may experience a more severe form of cognitive decline, such as Alzheimer’s disease, which affects around 5.1 million adults aged 65 and older in the US, though this condition is thought to be triggered by the build-up of plaques and tangles in the brain, rather than brain shrinkage.

But increasingly, researchers are uncovering medical strategies that show promise for reversing brain aging. Last month, MNT reported on a study published in The Journal of Neuroscience, in which researchers successfully reversed aging in the brains of rats.

The team – from the University of California-Irvine – gave 11 rats a drug called ampakine every day for 3 months, while a further 12 rats received a placebo.

From brain scans conducted during treatment, the researchers found “middle-aged” rats in the placebo group had shorter dendrites – branch-like fibers that aid brain cell communication – and fewer dendritic branches than the “adolescent” rats that received the placebo.

The middle-aged rats that received ampakine, however, were found to have dendrites and dendritic branching that was comparable to those of the adolescent rats, suggesting that ampakine may be a promising compound for reversing brain aging.

Commenting on the results, study coauthor Gary Lynch says:

“There is a tendency to think that aging is an inexorable process, that it is something in the genes, and there is nothing you can do about it. This paper is saying that may not be true.”

Eat well and exercise to reduce the effects of aging
While medical research certainly seems to be on the verge of finding promising strategies to reverse the aging process, it is likely to be a long time before telomere-lengthening medications hit the market.

But in the meantime, there are a number of things we can do to help reduce the effects of aging.

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Eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly can boost healthy aging.
It goes without saying that regular exercise is good for health, but numerous studies have hailed exercise for its beneficial impact on aging.

Last October, MNT reported on a study suggesting that aerobic exercise – such as walking or cycling – from middle to older age is associated with healthier brain aging, while an earlier study linked aerobic exercise to reduced risk of Alzheimer’s.

Other research – published in PLOS One in 2014 – suggested that running several times a week may slow the aging process for older adults, promoting better mobility and quality of life, while another study found running 5-10 minutes daily could add 3 years to life expectancy.

Eating a healthy diet is also considered a key factor for healthy aging; last October, a study published in the journal Neurology suggested that following a Mediterranean-style diet may protect against brain aging.

The National Institute on Aging recommend following a diet that includes fruits, vegetables and grains – particularly whole grains – low-fat or fat-free dairy products, seafood, lean poultry and meats. They also recommend limiting the amount of saturated and trans fats, as well as levels of cholesterol, salt and added sugars.

Worried about those wrinkles?
When it comes to healthy skin aging – and reducing the appearance of those dreaded wrinkles and brown spots – the American Academy of Dermatology offer some advice:

Protect your skin from the sun: ultraviolet radiation damages the skin fibers over time, causing it to lose its elasticity
Avoid smoking: smoking speeds up skin aging, causing wrinkles and a dull complexion
Eat a healthy diet: consuming lots of sugar and other refined carbohydrates has been linked to premature skin aging
Limit alcohol consumption: alcohol dehydrates the skin, causing damage over time
Cleanse skin gently: scrubbing your skin can speed up skin aging; wash your skin gently to remove makeup and pollution
Use facial moisturizer daily: moisturizer keeps the skin hydrated by trapping water inside, promoting a youthful appearance.
As French fashion designer Coco Chanel once said:

“Nature gives you the face you have at 20; it is up to you to merit the face you have at 50.”

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PLASTIC SURGERY FACILITY

Aesthetica’s state-of-the-art medical facility provides a safe and convenient cosmetic oasis where world class technology and equipment is coupled with a caring, compassionate staff. You will be welcomed into a chic, inviting reception area and greeted by our friendly patient coordinator. Your treatment will be performed in one of our cutting edge suites, and then you will be escorted to our soothing, restorative recovery rooms. Concierge service and boutique amenities await at every stage of your journey.

Pssst!

Refer a friend and you will BOTH receive $50 in Dollar Discounts.