Monthly Archives: November 2018

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Softening Smile Lines with Facial Fillers

What are Facial Fillers? Briefly, facial fillers allow a plastic surgeon to enhance one's appearance without surgery. Fillers are soft gels injected into the skin and tissue to help augment areas that need volume. Facial fillers allow a surgeon to sculpt and contour the face for a rejuvenated appearance with less downtime as compared to …

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Breathe Better, Snore Less

Nasal obstruction, limited airflow through the nose, is a common complaint of patients who are seeking rhinoplasty. However, chronic nasal obstruction affects many more patients that those seeking rhinoplasty and affects millions of individuals. Patients with nasal obstruction typically visit the primary care physician first before seeking specialist care. Nasal obstruction can present with symptoms such …

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3 Different Types of Upper Eyelid Surgery

Blépharon is the Greek word for eyelid. Blepharoplasty is the medical term for plastic surgery of the eyelid, either lower or upper. Some who want a more enhanced rejuvenation of the eyes may choose a “quad blepharoplasty”, where both upper and lower eyelid surgery is performed. Upper blepharoplasty is very popular and falls into three general …

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Choosing the Best Facelift

Patients (and physicians!) can be confused when trying to determine which facelift is the best. Various terms are used to describe a plastic surgery facelift: by body area (lower facelift, neck lift), by material (thread lift, liquid lift), etc. Many of the named lifts, however, are marketing terms or may not be an actual surgical …

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“Lifting” the Cheeks with Fillers for Balanced Cheeks

The cheeks are common treatment areas for Washington DC patients in a plastic surgery office. Patients report various concerns to their plastic surgeon, such as flat or sagging cheeks, hollow eye, or dark circles. Or patients may report they look "tired". Full cheeks are considered by many to be a sign of health, and fortunately …

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