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The Science of anti-aging...

At Kate Nicole we have an improved understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the aging face, which has laid the foundation for adopting an earlier and more comprehensive approach to facial rejuvenation, shifting the focus from individual wrinkle treatment and lift procedures to a holistic paradigm that considers the entire face and its structural framework.

We use a comprehensive method to address facial aging. The key components to the reported strategy for improving facial cosmesis include, in addition to augmentation of volume loss, protection with sunscreens and antioxidants; promotion of epidermal cell turnover with techniques such as superficial chemical peels;  collagen stimulation and remodeling via PRP- based methods; as well as muscle control with botulinum toxin. For the treatment of wrinkles and for the augmentation of pan- facial dermal lipoatrophy, several types of fillers and volu- mizers with hyaluronic acid (HA),  are available. A novel bimodal, trivector tech- nique to restore structural facial volume loss that combines

 The combination of treatments with fillers; toxins; and other technologies;  has shown the ability to forestall the facial aging process and provide more natural results than are possible with any of these techniques alone. ( 

At Kate Nicole we have an increased understanding of the complex and dynamic changes that occur with facial aging,  anti-aging science has laid the foundation for adopting an earlier and more holistic interventional approach to facial rejuvenation. Although preventive strategies are common- place in many medical arenas, facial aging prophylaxis, particularly the early treatment of aging signs before they progress, is a relatively new concept in cosmetic dermatology that attempts to delay or prevent surgical intervention.

It is known that age-related changes occur in all tissues and structures of the face and that changes in one area may cause a cascading effect in adjacent areas.  Additionally, there is growing recognition of the complex interplay between craniofacial structural remodeling, volume loss, and age-related skin changes. Therefore, methods that consider the entire face and its structural framework by using multiple available technologies and treatments can provide a more holistic approach and may forestall further deterioration.