Facial changes aging

Sydney Coleman receives royalties from Byron Medical and is an unpaid consultant for Medicis; he has no financial interest in Q-Med. Sydney R. Facial aging reflects the dynamic, cumulative effects of time on the skin, soft tissues, and deep structural components of the face, and is a complex synergy of skin textural changes and loss of facial volume. Many of the facial manifestations of aging reflect the combined effects of gravity, progressive bone resorption, decreased tissue elasticity, and redistribution of subcutaneous fullness. A convenient method for assessing the morphological effects of aging is to divide the face into the upper third forehead and brows , middle third midface and nose , and lower third chin, jawline, and neck.
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Why your face ages and what you can do

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Why your face ages and what you can do - Harvard Health

The process of aging induces the transformation of the face with changes that are usually classified as either chronological or photo-induced and that affect the shape, the texture, and the color of the face. Facial shape is mainly transformed by the evolution of bones and soft tissues muscles, fat, and skin in addition to noticeable effects of gravity. Skin texture is mainly determined by wrinkles, which arise from atrophy of the skin layers, elastosis, and facial expressions. Skin color is related to the distribution of skin chromophores and the structure of the dermis, which affects light scattering. All facial changes are dependant on sex, ethnicity, and lifestyle. They affect self-perception and social interactions and can sometimes be slowed down or reversed using appropriate clinical procedures eg, dermatological, surgical, cosmetic interventions. Abstract The process of aging induces the transformation of the face with changes that are usually classified as either chronological or photo-induced and that affect the shape, the texture, and the color of the face.
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Aging changes in the face

Changes to the skin, fat, muscle, and bone are all part of the natural facial aging process. When one of these layers begin to change, a domino effect starts changing the other layers. Collagen is the main structural protein found in the skin. As we age, the dermis the middle layer of skin thins due to collagen loss. Collagen depletion speeds up in women during menopause.
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It seems to happen all at once: one morning you wake up and see your mother — or even your grandmother — staring back at you in the mirror. Aging is inevitable, and the first signs you notice on your face happen right on the surface: twin lines between your eyebrows, dark under eye circles, and a collection of extra skin and fat at your jaw. Even your ears stretch a bit longer as the cartilage in them grows. And of course, there are the wrinkles. These outward changes are caused by seismic moves happening beneath your skin to your facial bones, muscles, and fat as you grow older.
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