For the 20 million baby boomers currently using online dating sites, the high stakes
of the modern dating world can be intimidating as they age. New statistics by the
American Society of Plastic Surgeons shows that more Americans age 55 and older
are seeking cosmetic procedures to help them put their best face forward.
“Baby boomers are not looking to turn back the clock to their twenties – they just
want to look as young and vibrant on the outside as they feel on the inside,” says
Goldfinger’s Aesthetics Medical Director Dr. James Young.
Dr. Young leads a team of over 30 professionals who use non-surgical treatments,
such as, Botox®, Dysport® and the Collection of Juvederm & Restylane dermal
fillers to restore the appearance to a more youthful and rejuvenated version of
themselves without downtime.
“People want to feel and look their best, and they will often tell you, ‘I feel great,
and I want to look as good as I feel,'” said Dr. James Young. “Whether it’s surgical
or non-surgical, cosmetic procedures give Baby Boomers something that they can
achieve on their own to feel better, look better and give them greater confidence
when meeting new people.”
Non-invasive aesthetic treatments, such as, the Mini Liquid Facelift coined by
Goldfingers Aesthetics located in Lady Lake are increasingly safe, and affordable with
minimal downtime. As a result, patients are seeking treatment for wrinkles, loss of
collagen, facial volume, contoured chin, and jawline, and plumped lip
appearance in larger numbers than ever before, a trend that is magnified by the
baby boomer phenomenon.
We all age, some more graceful than others. However, if you don’t feel your
appearance matches the age you feel – consider consulting with a medical aesthetic
specialist to learn more about how to reverse the aging process using the latest
FDA-approved technologies in aesthetics.