Monthly Archives: August 2016

Blog post - model lip enhancement injection HA filler

Plumping lips without going to a plastic surgeon

Full, shapely lips are feminine characteristics that may gradually lose their definition and volume with time. All lips lose volume with time, eventually becoming thinner and flatter. Does one need to go to a plastic surgeon to create fuller lips? Of course not. Temporary improvements with makeup and topical, natural treatments have been around for years to enhance the …

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Natural eyes, lips, and noses trending in Facial Plastic Surgery

Popular treatments in plastic surgery and dermatology offices may also trend on social media websites. Nonsurgical treatments continue to be the most popular. But above all, the trend is for natural results with a more balanced, subtle improvement in appearance. Patients want to look better, not different. - Houtan Chaboki, MD, board certified facial plastic …

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You may still want Botox® or facial fillers after a brow lift

Treatments of Botox and Dysport® are popular to relax wrinkles and improve one's appearance without surgery. These nonsurgical treatments, along with facial fillers, are commonly performed in the upper regions of the face such as in the forehead, in between the eyes, and sides of the eyes (i.e. crow's feet). These periorbital areas are also …

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Blog post - hyaluronidase injection reverse HA facial filler

Removing Facial Fillers with Hyaluronidase Injection

Facial fillers continue to increase in popularity for many reasons, such as being a nonsurgical office treatment via local anesthesia and minimal downtime. Facial fillers are second only to Botox® for non-surgical facial cosmetic treatments. Injections of Botox and facial fillers are performed by all cosmetic specialists, including dermatologists, plastic surgeons, ophthalmologists, and facial plastic surgeons, while …

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