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Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon and dermatologist Dr. Ava Shamban lists the most commonly neglected body parts that can betray ...
your true age and the benefits of rejuvenating them.
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The Benefits of Rejuvenating Your Skin
Dr. Lisa Masterson: The fact with the millions of dollars that we go into the upkeep of our faces. There are some other areas that are left behind. They are untreated. They can also show our age and you two are specialists at that.
Dr. Ava Shamban: The forgotten body parts are all those areas in your body that aged that you may not pay attention to but as you look at the whole body, as you look at your face, you want to make sure that every bit of it looks the same age otherwise you kind of get a startle effect. So starting with the ear lobes, you want them to be luscious and round. So you can see in the before picture how thin and wafer like, it does not look luscious. You do not want to nibble that ear but then after rejuvenating it, look how delicious it looked.
Dr. Drew Ordon: And we have done that Lisa right here on the show. We’ve plumped it. We’ve also filled wrinkles on ear lobe.
Female: Well this is the most sensuous part of the body when a man kisses you so you got to have those. We know that it looked good.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: We other girl that shows your age is your hand. Yes, so much especially if you are like us washing your hands.
Dr. Drew Ordon: And that gives it away, a lot of women take care of their face and forget to take care of the hands so we can take care of that too.
Dr. Ava Shamban: So how do we rejuvenate the hands? Let’s take a look at the before and after.
So you can see in the before hands what happens as we aged, the fat goes away. The veins become more prominent. The tendons become more prominent. You can get brown spots. It used to be called liver spots. So by treating we’d started with the epidermis getting rid of the brown spots then we volumize the hand. You get a nice sensual looking hand that matches the rest of the face.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: And then I also worried about -- or I think a lot of women worry about the neck.
Female: Yes, and neck and the chin, the turkey droop.
Dr. Drew Ordon: We have noninvasive ways of helping that little spot liposuction. We can do some radiofrequency tightening or if you want a more prominent fix come and see me for a little O-lift.
Dr. Ava Shamban: What is nice about the marriage of plastic surgery and dermatology is it not only you want to get the tightening. Sometimes that can be achieved through the radiofrequency devices but also you want the quality of the skin to be beautiful. Look at Dr. Masterson. Look at Robyn’s skin, look how beautiful that is.
Robyn: Well, I’ve always really taken very good care of my neck. Whatever I do to my face I do to my neck.
Dr. Ava Shamban: Yes, it is very important. Let us have the before and after of the neck and the chest. So in the chest, people tend to ignore their chest. They do not apply enough sunscreen. You get a lot of sun on the chest and then it gets speckled and freckled and irregular in texture and so by treating it first preventably with sunscreen covering it up with clothing then we can use different types of lasers to rejuvenate it.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Dr. Shamban, thank you so much for being with us today.