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Over 40: Must You Choose Face or Fanny?

Over 40: Must You Choose Face or Fanny?
As you age, your body loses fat.

You can work out to tone your body, but your face may look sunken with that missing fat. Those round cheeks of your youth can go bye-bye.

Fillers are a great option for the face. Harvesting your own fat and having it moved from your fanny to your face is one way to go. Hyaluronic acid can work. Juvaderm Voluma has larger particles and produces more volume. It comes in a syringe and lasts about two years. Implants are also an option.

Listen in as Dr. John Zannis dishes about facial fillers.
Featured Speaker:
John Zannis, MD
Dr. John ZannisDr. John Zannis is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and studied Human Biology and Studio Art at Stanford University prior to entering Medical School. He obtained his Doctor of Medicine degree (M.D.) from the University of Cincinnati College Of Medicine.

After medical school, Dr. Zannis received his formal training in General Surgery and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina under the guidance of world-renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Louis Argenta. During this time, he performed over 5,000 surgical procedures and covered all aspects of plastic surgery including cosmetic surgery of the face and body, complex reconstructive procedures of face and body, cleft lip and palate surgery, hand surgery, facial and jaw fracture repair, and reconstruction following massive weight loss. He has given numerous national academic presentations and keeps abreast of the latest technologies in Plastic Surgery at symposia across the country.

His studies in art and art history in Florence, Italy, cultivated a passion for the Renaissance and geniuses of that time such as Leonardo DaVinci. Dr. Zannis instills artistry and perfectionism into his practice of surgery. His keen interest in procedures like rhinoplasty stem from their sculptural nature and the challenge they pose: “Rhinoplasty is considered one of the most difficult surgeries to master. The slightest adjustment to the nose’s framework can have a significant effect. The true challenge is knowing what needs to be altered and improving the aesthetics, without changing the uniqueness and personality of someone’s face.”

Outside of medicine, Dr. Zannis enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. He has a passion for travel, languages, painting, and guitars. “When I’m not operating or spending time with my family, I retreat to my workshop.”