Women lose soft facial tissue faster than men, study finds

10/8/2013 | Healio (free registration)

Women experience a sharp loss in facial-tissue volume the age of 30 to 60 before the rate levels off, while men experience a more gradual decline, dermatologic surgeon Ashley Wysong reported at the ASDS Annual Meeting. Based on analyses of 2,037 MRIs, men gradually lose soft tissue in the infraorbital, temporal and medial/lateral cheek areas, Wysong said. The findings should help dermatologists doing soft-tissue rejuvenation in men's faces.

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