Washington cosmetic surgery patients often ask for liposuction of the face and cheeks when they think they have too much fat. Liposuction is a great option for the neck and jowls. However, liposuction is not a good option for the face or cheeks. Liposuction works better for large, broad regions, such as the neck, abdomen, …Read More
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Monthly Archives: November 2015
Social media has increased the number of patients seeking facial plastic surgery in Washington DC and across the world! According to the 2015 survey performed by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 1 in 3 facial plastic surgeons say patients are seeking procedures to look better in selfies and social media. This …Read More
A double chin is an undesirable feature than many Washingtonians address with plastic surgery. A double chin can be congenital (genetics), develop with age naturally, or result from weight gain. Submental fullness is another term plastic surgeons may use for a double chin. With the great increase in video and photos from telephones and tablets, …Read More
Some wonder, how is it possible to rejuvenate the face without plastic surgery? Modern plastic surgeons are now utilizing syringes of materials (ie. facial fillers), similar to artists using clay, to help reshape and rejuvenate the face in the office with local anesthesia. The results with office treatments can help maintain and refresh, without the …Read More
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