An expert reviewer for the Medical Board of California, SoCal native Dr. Rady Rahban has distinguished himself as a rising star in the field of human clock rewinding, enjoying the limelight on the Style Network and TLC's How I Lost 100 Pounds. Besides plastic surgery, this philanthropic face-fixer specializes in nonsurgical procedures, filling facial fault lines to prevent countenance drift in his tasteful, homey office. Botox treatments may smooth seniority-striped skin from the headier altitudes. Twenty units of Botox are roughly enough to diminish crow's-feet, brow-bridging frown lines, or forehead furrows. Facial fillers such as Restylane and Juvéderm use hyaluronic acid, a biological substance found in all species, which can be effective against the creases that crop up between nose and mouth. Like a popsicle's Caribbean honeymoon, all three treatments are temporary and require fresh infusions roughly every three to six months, with minimal recovery time.