For 30 years, I have been practicing in the realm of illness. As an acute care nurse practitioner, I have been devoted to interventional cardiology and developing a risk reduction that focused on reducing risk factors for heart disease. (WSJ) Recently studies have shown that people who feel depressed have an increased risk of heart disease. Studies have also demonstrated the benefits of neuromodulators such as Botox on depression and general wellbeing. So, can feeling good about our appearance and how we look translate to less risk for heart disease? I believe that when people are happy about their outside appearance they feel less stress and that may translate to a healthier environment inside the body. Wellness is the focus of Tighter Lines Aesthetics and includes not just the outside appearance but the inner health of our heart and vasculature. As we live longer and work longer in a competitive environment we need to care for our appearance and our vascular health.