Chin augmentation patients in Washington consider chin augmentation for many reasons. In addition to improving a weak chin, chin augmentation can improve the appearance of other areas such as the neck, cheeks, and nose. Plastic surgeons may perform chin augmentation alone or in conjunction with other facial procedures, such as a facelift or neck lift, neck liposuction, or rhinoplasty. …Read More
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Monthly Archives: May 2016
Gravity or drooping is only one aspect of looking older. Shrinking, shriveling, thinning, frowning, and discoloring play a role too in appearing older. Each of this varying aspects of facial aging play a different role in everyone. One may look older due to droopy eyes, while another has a "tired" appearance from sunken cheeks. In …Read More
The field of cosmetic medicine and dermatology has exploded from three main factors: wrinkle relaxers (i.e. Botox®, Dysport®, Xeomin®), facial fillers (i.e. Restylane®, Juvederm®, Belotero®), and laser rejuvenation. We've previously discussed how the non-surgical cosmetic treatments have grown exponentially and will likely continue to grow in the foreseeable future. Patients can be overwhelmed with variety …Read More
Full, round cheeks are a universal sign of youth for both men and women, across nations and cultures. Unfortunately, the aging process and sun damage create flatter and sunken cheeks due to natural facial fat and bone loss, in addition to sagging of tissue. Facial fillers have grown in popularity over the years, as it's …Read More
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