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As the years fly by it can be a real shock to find that our outward appearance just does not match how young we feel inside. If you are like many of our patients, you probably have a set picture in your mind of how you look. Maybe it’s from your wedding photo, one with the kids or a just great shot of you when you were younger.
You don’t feel like you have changed that much at all, but you catch a glimpse of yourself in a picture taken recently and think, “This just can’t be me.”
These are universal feelings that just about everyone has to one degree or another. Social media, Skype and face time just serve as a constant reminder. Bonnie Raitt expressed it perfectly in her great song Nick of Time “No matter how you tell yourself it’s what we all go through, those lines are pretty hard to take when they’re staring back at you.”
There is good news. Today’s facial rejuvenation procedures can restore your own youthful appearance and be a real boost to how you look and, more importantly, how you feel.
Here’s where to start:
The pages on our website are chocked full of information that will be helpful to you as you do your research. You’ll find procedure prices and scores of before and after photos. We even have a free eBook you can download on recovering from plastic surgery written by our office staff. As you scroll through the pages and find that you have a question, look for the links to “Ask Dr. Reath”. Your question will go directly to his inbox and he’ll personally respond to you as soon as he can.
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