Monthly Archives: December 2015

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Kybella®, a new option for nonsurgical neck fat reduction

Having a double-chin is troublesome for many patients. We previously discussed some treatment options for a double-chin, otherwise known as submental fullness. Submental fullness is due to a combination of factors: skin, muscle, fat, bone, and salivary glands. Kybella®, a new treatment to reduce neck fat, is now available in cosmetic surgery offices. Kybella® (deoxycholic …

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Face lift incision healing over time: week, month, and year after cosmetic surgery

For patients with submental fullness, a mini lift for the lower face and neck is a plastic surgery option with minimal downtime. Other treatment options for submental fullness include neck liposuction, chin augmentation, and  non-surgical injections (ex. Botox®, Juvederm®, Kybella®, etc). But for patients with sagging or excess neck and jowl skin and muscle, a …

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Large nose and small chin in a rhinoplasty patient

"Why does the plastic surgeon look at my chin when evaluating my nose for rhinoplasty? I just want to make my nose smaller." Rhinoplasty patients who are looking to reduce the size of their nose may ask this question. Plastic surgeons, however, will examine the chin during a rhinoplasty consultation for a couple of key …

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Do I need a septoplasty with cosmetic rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty is one of the most common cosmetic surgical procedures. In fact, rhinoplasty has been the most commonly requested facial surgical procedure for several years. Patients worldwide request rhinoplasty for a variety of reasons: to reduce a bump, lift the nasal tip, or improve symmetry. Patients with a deviated septum also often wonder if they require septoplasty in …

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