Category Archives: Facial Rejuvenation

In Paramus, Facelift Procedures at the Parker Center are Popular for All Ages

A 60 year-old can look 40 and a 40 year-old can look 60. The reason for this is that genetics, environment and an individual’s skin care regimen dictate how quickly the face shows age. This is why Paramus plastic surgeon, Dr. Paul M. Parker says there is no real age requirement for a facelift procedure. “Whatever …

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Bergen County Plastic Surgery News: Study finds Divorce, Antidepressants and Weight Fluctuations Add Years to the Face

While most people think the aging process is solely related to genetics, an interesting study conducted by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) now shows that environmental factors such as stress and weight fluctuations also leave their mark on the face. We felt it was important to share this study with our Bergen County …

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Fight Signs of Aging: Parker Center Reveals How to Get Natural Results with New Jersey Eyelid Surgery

Is a natural-looking eyelid procedure possible?   Yes, according to our expert and renowned New Jersey Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Paul M. Parker.  Crediting ‘natural’ results to state of the art techniques and surgical judgment, Dr. Parker reveals in the following article what every potential eyelid surgery patient must know to avoid a case of plastic surgery …

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Need a Fast Acne Cure? New Jersey‘s Parker Center has the Solution.

If you need a fast acne cure, New Jersey‘s Parker Center has the solution-- namely Isolaz laser treatments.  Isolaz laser treatments are a new and revolutionary approach to fighting acne in half time than what’s required with traditional acne cures. These results are achieved using the breakthrough technology known as Photopneumatics, which is the only …

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Face Lift Turned The Cycle of Family Genetics- A Husband and Wife Story

Gary: Looking at your aging relatives can be a great source of motivation. My family has a history of sagging jowls, so I knew exactly where my appearance was heading. As a 61-year-old self-employed architect, I wasn’t worried about climbing a corporate ladder or looking younger to save my job…I just wanted to avoid looking …

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