The Aging Face Mobile

The Aging Face Mobile

With age, facial skin becomes thin and coarse and the soft tissues atrophy and sag with gravity. These signs of aging show up across many features of the face.   Deep transverse creases develop in the forehead (frontalis muscle) and the glabella between the eyes (corrugator and procerus muscles). The eyebrows descend and both the upper and lower eyelid skin develop lax skin and bulging fat compartments. Wrinkles develop at the lower lid extending toward the temple (crow’s feet) due to the orbicularis muscles. The cheek (mid-face) sinks, creating a deep nasolabial fold at the junction between the upper lip and cheek and heaviness at the corner of the jawbone (jowls). Excess skin and fat begins to hang from the neck and longitudinal bands (platysma muscle) form. There are also gravitational changes to the nose, ears, lips, and chin. Many of these processes are also exaggerated by patients with significant weight loss or sun damage.

All of these processes are addressed in facial rejuvenation procedures, both surgical and non-surgical, either as individual procedures (browlift, facelift, necklift, midface lift, upper blepharoplasty, lower belpharoplasty, midface lift, liplift, or combined for full facial rejuvenation. 

Important Announcement

Due to COVID-19, MPRSD and the Med Spa will be closed indefinitely beginning March 30th, 2020. Both Dr. Park and Dr. Rebowe will only be seeing post-operative patients, patients with pressing issues, and will continue working hospital consults and ER coverage. However, during this time we will not be seeing new elective patients. Staff will reach out to cancel appointments and notify patients, and will be reaching out to reschedule when we are back in the office.

We always do our best to stay available to our patients. If the normal communication systems break down during this crisis, Dr. Park should be reachable at drchrispark@gmail.com and Dr. Rebowe at drrebowe@gmail.com. Immediate availability cannot be assumed during these unpredictable times so do not email with urgent issues. Urgent issues need direct communication with a provider either through the office or if necessary, your nearest emergency room.

Email info@mprsd.com to setup a virtual consultation with Dr. Park or Dr. Rebowe

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