What does the future hold for cosmetic/plastic surgery?

With all the advancements in plastic and cosmetic surgery how close are we to where a 60 year old can look like they are 30 years old again? Do you think it will happen in the next 10 years from now or are we already there?
Thanks in advanced for your thoughts on this

Best Answer: No one here are plastic surgeons or dermatologists that participate in researching and refining technology in their field. You need to be in person and ask a real research for that answer. I think there is a problem with your here. That is, there "maybe" a diagreement between you and I (or another responder) on what a 60-year old or a 30-year old looks like. Technology are advancing quickly and people age slower now. In this time and age, we are constantly redefining what 60 year old should be looking like. If you were born in the year 1900s, then your perspective is totally different from mine. I think if you fixate yourself with 60 to 30, you may have already lost the battle. What is 30 to you may not be 30 to another person. I think the better perspective to adjust to is "healthy". You cannot just focus on plastic surgery. You also need dermatology.

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  • ☆ΜαΣϰιντολογιςτ☆
    December 11, 2011 | Permalink |

    No one here are plastic surgeons or dermatologists that participate in researching and refining technology in their field. You need to be in person and ask a real research for that answer.

    I think there is a problem with your here. That is, there “maybe” a diagreement between you and I (or another responder) on what a 60-year old or a 30-year old looks like. Technology are advancing quickly and people age slower now. In this time and age, we are constantly redefining what 60 year old should be looking like. If you were born in the year 1900s, then your perspective is totally different from mine.

    I think if you fixate yourself with 60 to 30, you may have already lost the battle. What is 30 to you may not be 30 to another person. I think the better perspective to adjust to is “healthy”.

    You cannot just focus on plastic surgery. You also need dermatology.

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