“I always look angry, when I’m not” is a common statement among my Botox® Cosmetic patients. Sometimes it’s their children, who say whatever comes to their mind, or friends and co-workers. These patients may have a frown even when they felt happy. A frown or angry appearance is partially due to contraction of the muscles in-between …Read More
Houtan Chaboki, MD
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Monthly Archives: October 2015
The nose wins! And the nose will likely continue to win in facial plastic surgery for the foreseeable future. This 2015 survey was performed by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery of its members, board certified surgeons who specialize in plastic surgery of the face, head, and neck. The nose is a …Read More
The eyes are the first thing one should see when looking at a person’s face. This is the reason why plastic surgery is often focused around the eyes. Either with non-surgical treatments (ex. Botox, Restylane, etc) or cosmetic surgery, plastic surgeons often try to bring attention to the eyes and reduce attention to factors that …Read More
Plastic surgeons and artists know that full, soft, sexy lips are a very feminine characteristic. The lips, along with the eyes and cheeks, are facial features that should draw attention when looking at a woman’s face. Lips that are desirable accentuate this feminine beauty. Lips that are too full, however, draw too much attention and appear …Read More
Lower eyelid bags develop from a variety of factors. One factor is excess fat around the eye itself. A majority of plastic surgery patients gain eye fat naturally with age. Signs of excess eye fat may first appear in the 30’s and progress gradually with time. Some patients are born with relatively excess eye fat …Read More
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