Plastic Surgery Blog: Don’t Let Depression Stop You from Enjoying Your Later Years

older woman braces1  Plastic Surgery Blog:  Don’t Let Depression Stop You from Enjoying Your Later Years Life is supposed to begin after 50 according to many experts who are referring to a good quality of life. Some people get sidetracked by depression. According to recent local San Diego article depression is not a normal symptom of aging. There are a multitude of available treatment options. Some are easily available and include exercise, socializing with friends, changes in your diet and participating in more ofthe things you enjoy. Other forms of depression can be treated with medication or therapy. Staying  active and involved with family and friends, exercising to stay trim and fit, and getting involved in a cause  or in your community can all contribute to preventing  depression. But don’t be afraid to ask for help if these activities are not working. Your golden years are too important not to be full and satisfying. Janice Yuwiler and Kellie Scott are with the San Diego State University School of Social Work’s Academy for Professional Excellence and contributed to the article. Dr. Stuart Kincaid encourages his to embrace the aging process without fear. Dr. Stuart Kincaid explains that there are so many options available to help patients look their best at every age. Even patients who do not choose plastic surgery can take advantage of medical grade skin care treatments that will help to keep their skin looking its best. Dr. Stuart Kincaid also recommends that patients consider noninvasive injectables including Botox and fillers like Juvederm and Restylane. Patients who are more comfortable with surgical procedures can usually benefit from facelift, brow lift, and blepharoplasty. Age is no longer a reason for patients to overlook cosmetic surgeryprocedures. People are living longer than ever before with an excellent quality of life so it is only natural to want to look as good as they feel. Dr. Stuart Kincaid reminds patients that plastic surgery patients often experience increased self-esteem and self-confidence after having surgery.   Become a Fan on Facebook  Follow us on Twitter More on Dr.Kincaid


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