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Revision Plastic Surgery

If you’re not happy with your plastic surgery procedure, you may want to think about a revision surgery. Dr. Peter Fodor from Beverly Hills tells us what’s involved.

Things to do in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is a popular travel destination for millions of tourists each year. The good news is that there are plenty of things to do and see, while visiting or touring the Southern California City. The bad news is that it might take several well planned vacations to really see or experience many of the local attractions. Of course, the film and television industry is a major part of the things to do in LA. However, there are also other interesting things to do or see outside of the entertainment world. Here are the top things to do in the location.

The Hollywood Sign
The Hollywood sign represents the dream of many people that journey to the Southern California city to start a career in the entertainment industry. It’s interesting to note that the sign was originally titled the Hollywoodland Sign. The sign is located on Mount Lee, which is located in the Hollywood Hills, overlooking Hollywood. The huge sign has appeared in numerous films, television shows, and pictorials. This is a must see and do assignment for anyone visiting Los Angeles.


The Hollywood Walk Of Fame

The Hollywood Walk Of Fame is the place to go to get an up-close and personal view of the stars that are forever immortalized on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame, located on Hollywood Boulevard at Vine Street. It should be noted that 2600 stars are embellished on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. In fact, you should discover many of your favorite celebrities featured on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. This includes actors, musicians, producers, directors, and even some fictional characters. Don’t forget to wear a pair of comfortable shoes, if you visit.

Universal Studios Tour
This tour should be on everyone’s “To Do” list. The tour includes a very knowledgeable guide that will take you into a real live studio. Those on the tour, visit real movie sets. See various sets on the lot and you might even bump into a crew shooting scenes. Great place for the entire family to visit.

Griffith Observatory
Here is something that is interesting to note. Griffith Observatory is a publicly owned observatory. The observatory sits on the southern facing slope of Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park. The place is an excellent way to view Hollywood and the surrounding area.

The Getty Center
The Getty Center is located in the Brentwood part of Los Angeles. The center features wonderful art, paintings, drawings, manuscripts, sculpture, and much more. In addition, the gardens at the center are truly beautiful and breathtaking. Take a break to breathe in the culture and the beauty of the Getty Center.

Fighting Fifty

Today, women in their 40’s and 50’s are looking younger than ever. We no longer look frumpy or matronly like many of our grandparents did at the same age. These days we have more choices than ever before to turn back the clock. I had an opportunity to sit down with Dr. Peter Fodor, an international expert in aesthetic plastic surgery and ask his thoughts about “Fighting Fifty”. Click To Watch The Video

“The way I would think about fighting fifty, is fighting fifty and WINNING!” ~Peter B. Fodor, MD, FACS

It Begins with the Skin

“They need to exercise, they need to diet, they need to take care of themselves, and they need to use good skin care,” says Fodor. He says good skin care, is critical for this age group. As you reach your 40’s and beyond, you may be seeing dullness, uneven tone, rough texture, fine lines and some sagging in your skin.

Here’s a basic check list of what you need to know about skincare as you reach your forties.
1. Gentle cleansing. Many women will experience drier skin as they age and need to switch to a more gentle cleanser that doesn’t strip the skin. A few to try are Cetaphil and Purpose to be used morning and night.
2. For fine lines and pigment issues, start thinking about skin care with effective Look for a retinoid cream which works to resurface the skin and increase collagen in the dermis. They are best used at night and you may want to start out slow to avoid peeling and redness. Once your skin becomes more accustomed to the cream, you can increase the frequency.
3. Wear sunscreen every day. Your best choice is a broad-spectrum sunscreen which protects skin from UVA (aging rays) and UVB (rays that burn).

The Aging Eye

You may have heard, the eyes are one of the first areas of the face to show the aging process. The skin around the eye is thin and more susceptible to dryness and wrinkling. When the eye starts to sag it can create dark circles, bags and crow’s feet. Dr. Fodor says, “The upper eyelids can really make people look much older than they are at times. It can be genetic; it can come with the family. But a blepharoplasty procedure can make people look fresher and a lot less tired.”

Injectables for Immediate Results

If you really want to turn back the clock, “Botox and facial fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane work well,” states Fodor. Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin are neurotoxins for erasing lines in the upper face and around the crow’s feet.

Facial fillers can replace volume loss in your temples, cheek area and the nasolabial folds. They can also help plump up your lips.

Hormones Play a Big Part in the Aging Process

Fodor explains that as we get closer to menopause our hormones change. When this happens, “certain parts of the body that were once harmonious to the rest of our body, may start to change. It can be in the hips, the knees and the stomach. Liposuction can be a great approach for these patients,” says Fodor.

Fodor is quick to state, that the main message is for patients to take care of themselves. He says going in for an injectable or a surgical procedure that addresses the facial or the body part that you are most concerned about can bring about a rejuvenation that is as much physical as mental.
As with any procedure, make sure you go to a qualified board certified physician who is well-trained in their specialty.

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