Medical Monday News Notes
Deborah D. Sherman M.D.
Saint Thomas Hospital
January 10, 2011
TOPIC: New Year New You with Facial Rejuvenation
2011: New Year New You
The holidays are over and many men and women are turning their thoughts towards working out and slimming down. However, resolving to work out is one thing, taking action is another. Many baby-boomers are also adding cosmetic procedures to jump start their diet and exercise program to put their best face forward and create that "New You" in the New Year.
Thanks to advances in technology in cosmetic procedures, there are many options for a busy person on the go to enhance their look with little downtime. Today we will explore both surgical and nonsurgical possibilities for turning back the hands of time with one of Nashville's leading experts, Dr. Deborah Sherman. Dr. Sherman is an Eye Plastic Surgeon, who is Board Certified and Fellowship trained, and practices at St Thomas Hospital in the Nashville Eye Center.
What is an Oculoplastic or Eye Plastic Surgeon and what surgical procedures do you perform?
Dr. Sherman will explain her training background and discuss functional plastic (covered by insurance) as well as cosmetic plastic surgery (not covered by insurance) around the eyes.
We hear more and more that people are choosing less invasive "lunchtime" cosmetic procedures, Dr. Sherman will discuss the advancing trends, and tell us the most popular cosmetic procedures that people are choosing to rejuvenate their face.
NON-SURGICAL FACIAL REJUVENATION
Dr Sherman will explain Botox Cosmetic, how it works to treat the number "11" between the brows as well as other areas of face including the crow's feet area. She will also discuss: Is Botox a poison? Is Botox safe?
Will a Botox treatment look natural or frozen?
Are there other treatments that compete with Botox?
Botox is for the number "11" between the brows; however, lines around the mouth can get deeper with age. How can these lines be treated?
Dr. Sherman will explain the lines are called "parentheses" and how they are 'sinking' lines and are best treated with fillers. She will also discuss the "Liquid Lift", a combination of treatments that lift the face.
THREE (3) TYPES OF WRINKLES
Dr. Sherman classifies wrinkles in three different categories and will explain the different types; as well as treating the wrinkles for a natural look and not one that is overdone?
Sinkers, Squeezers and Saggers
The 3 different types of wrinkles:
In order to get a natural look, one has identify the type of wrinkle and treat the wrinkle according to the cause to gain the best result.
LASERS, PEELS and TOPICALS
Many women and also, men, for that matter, are bothered by red and brown spots on their faces and bodies that make them look old—what are the treatment options for them? Dr. Sherman will answer and explain role of lasers, light therapies, chemical peels, and topical skin creams that help to purify skin and to achieve a more youthful look.
To reach Dr. Sherman for an appointment or consultation:
Dr. Deborah Sherman
Sherman Aesthetic and Laser Center
4309 Harding Rd, Suite 106
Also, DON'T MISS Dr. Sherman's UPCOMING VIP EVENT !
Monday, February 7, 2011 at 6:00 p.m.
Sherman Aesthetic Center
call 297.5798 to RSVP