How Does the Face Age?


At first glance, a person’s face can reveal much about their emotional well being, stress level and age.

As the face ages, less collagen and elastin are produced, contributing to reduced firmness and elasticity. Fat cells begin to disappear and the skin loses its ability to retain moisture. Wrinkles, lines and creases begin to form around the mouth, eyes and brow area. Dead skin cells are shed less quickly and fewer new skin cells are produced, so that the skin no longer appears fresh and youthful. However, facial aging can occur earlier due to smoking, heavy alcohol consumption, poor diet, lack of adequate exercise, too much stress and sun damage.

Would you like to slow down the aging of your face and restore your once youthful appearance? Dr. Robert V. Mandraccia of Fort Myers, Florida offers a variety of procedures to help, including:

Dr. Mandraccia has helped numerous men and women feel more confident about their appearance. He can help you too. Many procedures are non-invasive, and financing is available to assist you in achieving the youthful, refreshed look you are dreaming about.

Please contact Dr Robert Mandraccia in Fort Meyers, Florida for a free consultation.