In the Media

Dr. Chaboki is frequently quoted in news articles and other publications for his perspective on facial plastic surgery and nonsurgical procedures. We’ve collected a few recent examples below.

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Job Seekers Get a Lift

Dr. Chaboki provided his insights to Suburban Woman magazine about the trend in job seekers choosing plastic surgery and nonsurgical procedures such as Botox® Cosmetic, including the success stories from those patients. Read More

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How to Decrease Fine Lines and Wrinkles

Dr. Houtan Chaboki explains that a number of new alternatives to Botox® Cosmetic are now available. These products also help relax facial wrinkles during a nonsurgical procedure that can be performed without anesthesia, and results last for several months. Read More

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Expert Advice for Younger-looking Skin

Dr. Houtan Chaboki, a facial plastic surgeon in Washington, D.C., provides advice on how to look younger without cosmetic surgery. Following these skin care tips can help improve your skin and maximize the results from facial plastic surgery. Read More

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Sex After Plastic Surgery

What activities will be restricted following surgery is an important concern of many Washington, D.C., facial plastic surgery patients. Sex, as well as other strenuous activities, should be avoided in the early days of your recovery. As always, follow the advice of your plastic surgeon. Read More

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Facelift Candidacy: Are You Ready?

Dr. Houtan Chaboki, a board-certified facial plastic surgeon, explains why considerations such as age, cosmetic goals and overall health can affect patient candidacy for a facelift. People from Washington, DC and surrounding areas turn to Dr. Chaboki for his advanced training and surgical skills. I treat every one of my facelift patients in Washington, DC uniquely, evaluating each person based on a number of factors. This is not simply a cliché; several very important reasons exist as to why cosmetic and reconstructive surgery requires an individualized approach and how certain factors are key in determining candidacy for a procedure. "That …

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Cosmetic Surgery for Senior Men

Women have always outnumbered men in the plastic surgeon's office. However, a growing number of professional men are seeking cosmetic surgery to maintain or restore their youthful vigor. Dr. Chaboki discusses some of the reasons a growing number of men are requesting cosmetic surgery. Read More

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Treating the Turkey Neck

Interviewed by WTOP's Paula Wolfson on cosmetic surgery of the neck, Dr. Chaboki discusses nonsurgical and surgical options to lift the "turkey neck". Read More or listen to this CLIP.

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Financing Beauty Treatments

Dr. Houtan Chaboki, a board-certified facial plastic surgeon, discusses some cost saving tips to help maximize aesthetic results while minimizing credit card debt. For example, facial plastic surgery may be seem more expensive than office treatments, but cosmetic surgery is generally more cost-effective in the long-term. Read More

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Plastic Surgery Consultation

Honesty from both patient and surgeon is crucial for a successful plastic surgery experience. As a top 100 RealSelf.com contributor, Dr. Chaboki provides input on patient honesty during a plastic surgery consultation. Read More

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Nose and Body Piercing

Body piercing has become more common and plays a particular role in facial plastic surgery, such as rhinoplasty. US News interviewed Dr. Chaboki to review on how to care for piercing and what to consider for improved appearance. Read More

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Silicone Facial Implants

Dr. Chaboki provides some insight regarding silicone chin and cheek implants in cosmetic surgery. He also has worked with companies to create custom facial implants based on a patient's CT scan. Read More

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Choosing a Cosmetic Surgeon

Several factors should be considered when choosing a cosmetic surgeon. Facial plastic surgeon Dr. Chaboki also suggests considering before-and-after photographs when selecting a plastic surgeon Read More

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BOTOX Treatment for Migraines

BOTOX has expanded beyond cosmetic treatments. While commonly thought to treat wrinkles, Dr. Chaboki can use BOTOX to reshape and slim the face. BOTOX jaw reduction reduces excess facial volume from large jaw muscles and may also reduce headaches from TMJ and migraines. Read More

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Physician Assistants and Plastic Surgery

Physician assistants have taken an important role in medicine over the years. In a New York Times article, Dr. Chaboki encourages caution on the role of physician assistants in cosmetic surgery offices, specifically in spas or offices where cosmetic treatments are performed by a physician assistant without physician supervision. Read More

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Neck Rejuvenation Options

Sagging necks are a dead giveaway to signs of aging. Dr. Chaboki provides his expertise on neck liposuction, neck lift, and face lift to remove excess fat and tighten skin. While a growing array of nonsurgical treatment options is available, the aesthetic improvement from plastic surgery cannot be matched for the neck and jawline. Read More

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HMO Morass Changes Family’s Lives

Dr. Chaboki's medical opinion is quoted in this article from the Worcester Telegram & Gazette about a young man who sustained major facial injuries during a bike accident, and the problems he and his family have had obtaining full insurance coverage for reconstructive surgery. Read More

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Sharp Increase in Men Going Under the Knife

Entitled "Sharp Increase in Men Going Under the Knife," an April 2011 article in DemoDirt (a demographic trends magazine) contained an interview with Dr. Houtan Chaboki about his views on the rise in male plastic surgeries from 2009 to 2010. For example, the number of male facelifts doubled according to statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). At his Washington, DC-based practice, Dr. Chaboki says that he has experienced a related increase in men opting for cosmetic surgery procedures. Although rhinoplasty is most common, according to Dr. Chaboki, is the fastest growing procedure. "More men seeking plastic surgery …

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