Practically every aspect of the human body can be enhanced with the innovations of today. As fallible human beings, we are predisposed to many imperfections. The most immediately visible is our physical appearance. This is why the fields of cosmetic surgery and dentistry have continuously formulated new technologies to improve how we look. Technologies used to improve your smile with veneers, or your nose with silicon – the list goes on.
We all yearn to posses the elixir of life. Our incessant need to look young, beautiful, and vibrant at any age is a compiling predilection. Finally, our generation has witnessed dramatic breaks in science that can keep us forever young.
There is a saying that goes, "Until you are twenty you have the face you were born with, and after that, you have the face you deserve." That's a loaded saying, is not it? If you were born with a face only your mother could love, then I suppose you're stuck with it until you're twenty and then it only gets worse with age. The flipside would be being born beautiful and staying so until you're twenty, and then you get the face you deserve which could possibly be a lot of possible faces. It all depends on how you have lived. I can not say that I disagree because what seen on our faces reflects how we have lived. A hard life would set-off more wrinkles than a peaceful and happy one.
The beauty of modern technology is that it does not have to be this way anymore. You can now keep your youthful, pretty twenty year old face for much longer than before; and the less blessed, can now finally have the face they've always wanted. It's almost like magic!
Smiling is one of the best things … Read the rest