New Survey Finds Link Between Age and Attitudes Toward Beauty

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A new survey from beautyforlife.com is illustrating the evolution of standards used to define beauty in each decade of life. The findings, confirmed by noted New Jersey plastic surgeon Robert Zubowski, demonstrate a consistent concern for facial beauty among men and women of all ages, but an evolving appreciation for different aspects of physical beauty in others.

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NewJersey plastic surgeon,Dr. Robert Zubowski, confirmed findings of a recent consumer survey conducted by The American Society of Plastic Surgeons, (ASPS) and The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surger y, (ASAPS) that prospective cosmetic surgery patients are most concerned about different parts of their body at different stages of their lives.

The survey, conducted on thebeautyforlife.com website (a joint venture of ASPS and ASAPS), found that from their 20s through their 40s respondents said a "fit and well proportioned body" was the most appealing physical aspect of the body. That shifted to "youthful skin" as the top answer for respondents in their 50s and 60s. Asked which part of the body they were most concerned about, the face was the most popular choice for respondents of all age groups, except those in their 30s - who ranked their abdomen and hips as their number one concern.

"As most people go through different stages of their lives, their bodies will change," says Bergen County plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Zubowski. "The goal, however, is to listen carefully to each person and find out specifically what it will take to make them happier in their skin."

About Dr. Robert Zubowski, Real Housewives of New Jersey Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Robert Zubowski is a renowned New Jersey plastic surgeon who has been addressing the cosmetic and reconstructive needs of plastic surgery patients for more than 20 years. The Robert Zubowski, M.D. Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, located in Paramus, New Jersey, offers extensive cosmetic surgery and non-surgical rejuvenation treatments, including liposuction surgery, facelift surgery, and a long list of skin care services designed to help patients of all ages retain youthful, glowing skin .

Dr. Zubowski completed his general surgery residency at New York Medical College and an additional residency at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic Foundation, He has served as an associate professor of Plastic Surgery at New York Medical College and as the plastic surgery specialty director of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation Alumni Association, where he is also an adjunct staff member. He is a former associate director of plastic surgery at Ridgewood's The Valley Hospital and holds a Certificate of Advanced Education in Cosmetic Surgery from the American Board of Plastic Surgery.

Dr. Zubowski is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society for Plastic Surgery, the American Medical Association, and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He has appeared as an expert on numerous news and talk shows including The View and Fox News, and was recently featured as the New Jersey breast augmentation surgeon in a segment of The Real Housewives of New Jersey. He was also was voted Bergen County's number one plastic surgeon by the Bergen Record.

To learn more about the plastic surgery and breast augmentation procedures available at Dr. Zubowski's New Jersey cosmetic surgery practice, contact Anne Carbone at the Robert Zubowski, M.D. Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 201-261-7550.

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