One of the most noticeable aspects of physical ageing can best be described as droop. While this is by no means an official medical term, and while it probably isn't an appealing word to those who have experienced it, the term would seem to accurately describe what can often happen to certain parts of a person's body as he or she ages. For example, many women find that their breasts or stomach become less tight with time, and begin to loosen in a way that may not be perceived as physically attractive. Fortunately, there are a number of different medical solutions to this problem.
Of course, you have probably heard quite a bit in your life about breast surgery. This is because people tend to automatically associate the term breast augmentation with breast enlargement, while in fact the two are not necessarily synonymous. Of course, if what you want is a larger pair of breasts, you can certainly explore the enlargement option. However, if you simply want to change your breasts in other ways, or if you do not like what is happening naturally to them as you age, you can also look into augmentation that is designed for restoration or preservation. Basically, a surgeon can help you to regain the breasts you once had, rather than simply make them larger.
Plastic surgery can also be helpful with the issue of droop in the tummy region. Due both to weight fluctuation over the course of a lifetime (which can stress and relax the skin), as well as to the general process of ageing, many women find that the skin on their tummies becomes less tight as they grow older. For these women, a tummy tuck surgery might be the perfect solution. Essentially, this surgery is designed to cut away excess skin, which provides the droopy appearance, leaving you with a tight, firm tummy that more accurately displays what sort of shape you are in.
These are just a few examples of how plastic surgery can help people with the ageing process, or indeed with bodily insecurities or deficiencies in general. If you are unhappy with something about your physical appearance, you do not necessarily have to accept it. While plastic surgery is not for everybody, it is an increasingly efficient and effective field of medicine, and it would be wise to at least look into it if you are or have been unhappy with your body.