With the first wave of baby boomers redefining life after 65, this is the age when we finally have a chance to do what we’ve always wanted: working, volunteering and travelling the world.

Plastic Surgeries at Sixties.

At the age of sixties, a combination of surgery and dermal fillers is often the course of treatment to maintain and restore the natural definition of our jaw line and the youthful contours of our cheeks.

Anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers are still every bit as effective in reducing facial folds, wrinkles, reducing the heavy jowl and to correct the deep fold on the corner of the mouth.

Equally, upper and lower eyelid surgery is the only real option for removing the excess skin and eye bags that come with age.

This is also the time, where most women choose to have a face and neck lift.

Along with our face, the loss of skin and muscle tone to the body also causes sagging and bulging and prompts many women to seek body surgery, such as lipo sculpting to the waistline, hips, and thighs, a tummy tuck or a Brachioplasty for “tuckshop” arms.

Hormonal changes, in our sixties, can also cause breasts to become fuller in some patients who will require a breast reduction and lift. This also helps to alleviate chronic functional problems with large breasts such as neck pain as well as practical difficulties such as fitting into clothes.

By the age of sixties, your daily routine with medical grade skin care products needs to be stepped up and should also include treatments such as light based laser therapy/IPL for skin pigmentation and microdermabrasion treatments.

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