As with all other organs our skin changes with time. Progressively we start having frowning lines and forehead wrinkles. These mimic lines occur over the upper half of our face, whereas we loose our fullness and sharpness of our lower face. And contrary to popular belief, these symptoms in the lower face are not the result of skin sagging and decreasing fat tissue, but mostly to the shrinkage and regression of the two skeletal arches; the cheek-bones arch and jaw bone. These bone arches are responsible for holding the face in place, looking young and beautiful.
In order to fight against the decay and aging we have to address these growing treats one by one. In the upper face, the entire mimic related wrinkles could be healed with botulinum toxin injections.
In the lower face, the volume loss has to be addressed. This can be achieved either by your own tissue transfers, or much easier using body friendly fillers.