NORTH DALLAS and PLANO, Texas, Oct. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Unless you're portraying a wizened gunslinger in a gritty western, those creases, lines and pores may very well be holding you back, in ways that you may not even realize. Perhaps the boss decides you are not conveying enough vim and vitality, so he sends you on a bogus errand to keep you out of a key sales meeting with an important client. Your mate complains that you appear angry and depressed all of the time, and begins eyeing greener pastures, which could lead you to become -- well, angry and depressed.
The old adage that you never get a second chance to make a good first impression has never been truer than today, in our iconic, hi-def world. And although most of us will never do the 'princess wave' wearing a tiara -- we are, nevertheless, competing for career opportunities, social status, and mating privileges, in a very youth-oriented, image-driven society. Fortunately for many of us, we've just entered an era where medical and surgical correction is no longer just the stuff of Hollywood stars, the privileged elite and presidential candidates.
According to Jeffrey Adelglass, M.D., F.A.C.S., Medical Director and
Chief of Surgery of SKINTASTIC Medical and Surgical Rejuvenation Center of
Plano, Texas, "We live in an amazing time. Until several short years ago,
all the beauty world really had to offer was makeup to cover-up the truth,
cold-cream, soaps and astringents to remove the makeup prior to
re-application, and an abundance of 'snake-oil' cellulite 'cures.' Decade
after decade, women faithfully lined up at the corner drug store to slather
on the latest miracle creams and dreams of beauty, only to find each
promise of renewed youth to be as empty as the one before it. Recently,
however, the mountain of science technology has begun erupting with medical
breakthrough discoveries, some of which have found their way to medical
rejuvenation applications. The rest, my dear, is history."
|SOURCE SKINTASTIC Medical and Surgical Rejuvenation Center|
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