Facial aging appears to be more complicated than thought
from Health Jockey
April 9, 2010 issue
: Facelifts and other wrinkle-reducing processes have supposedly long been sought by people wishing to deflect indications of aging. But a new study from the University of Rochester Medical Center proposes that it may take more than tightening loose skin to reinstate a youthful look. This study signifies that considerable variations in facial bones, predominantly the jaw bone, seem to take place as people age and add to an aging appearance.
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