Skin relaxers such as Botox®, Dysport®, Xeomin®, and Jeuveau® are top treatments in our cosmetic surgery office. These relaxers are used to smooth the skin and sculpt the face. Dr. Chaboki utilizes innovative techniques for natural results with relaxers. Read about our advanced relaxer options with Botox or similar treatments. The next advancement in aesthetic skin care with relaxers is “micro botox facial”. This treatment can help create smoother skin and offers a potential solution for anyone suffering from large pores, oily skin, or acne prone skin. What is Micro Botox Facial? Micro botox is an advanced technique available in … Continue reading
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Flat cheeks are a common issue among plastic surgery patients. Flat cheeks can be present from a young age due to developmental and genetic factors. Flat cheeks may also come from the natural aging process, as facial fat and bone tissue shrinks with time. As a result, facial sculpting with plastic surgery can be applicable for a wide range of individuals. Top plastic surgeons consider the cheeks as a broad area, which can be subdivided into the upper cheek, mid cheek, and lower cheek zones. The lower eyelid is also evaluated as part of the cheek region during cosmetic consultation. … Continue reading
As a Washington DC cosmetic surgery practice, we are often asked to relax wrinkles, lift cheeks, and reduce neck fat with facelift surgery. However, plastic surgery involves both reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. One aspect of reconstructive plastic surgery that we treat is migraine surgery for chronic headaches. Chronic headaches requires a team of specialists including internists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, anesthesiologists, plastic surgeons, peripheral nerve surgeons, pain specialists, dentists, and otolaryngologists. Each specialist can treat headaches from different perspective as appropriate for each patient. Patients with chronic headache may see terms such as chronic migraine, occipital neuralgia, or trigeminal neuralgia when researching … Continue reading
The eyes are often the first area one considers for plastic surgery. Excess skin and fat develops around the eyes. The brow naturally falls and droops with age, especially the sides of the brow. This sagging and extra tissue of the upper eyelid area crowds the upper eyes. A significantly droopy brow may even decrease visual field in severe cases. While nonsurgical treatments with relaxers and fillers continue to expand in our cosmetic surgery office, these liquid lift options have not replaced surgery. Significantly excess skin and descended tissue still needs to be lifted and reduced by a surgeon. Relaxing the … Continue reading
Potomac Plastic Surgery is always exploring new solutions to help Washington DC plastic surgery patients look their best. We’ve been using stem cells with fat transfer for facial rejuvenation, now we’re looking into the use of stem cells in hair loss treatment. Both our male and female patients have reported issues with thinning hair and are looking for natural improvement. What are PRF Injections? PRF stands for Platelet Rich Fibrin. A small amount of blood is taken for your arm. The blood is immediately processed in the office to separate its component platelets, stem cells, and fibrin from the red … Continue reading