Category Archives: Non-Surgical Facelift

Facial Plastic Surgery Video Presentations

Dr. Chaboki shares his thoughts on a variety of cosmetic surgery topics. Sign up for our upcoming events and presentations.   Lips Facial plastic surgeon Dr. Houtan Chaboki provides an overview of natural aging and volume loss of the lips. Chemical peels, relaxers (ex. Botox), fillers, fat transfer, and lip lift surgery to enhance the …

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Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty: Is It Right For You?

The choice to make aesthetic changes in your nasal profile is not a small one. Our patients think long and hard about the choice and do not take it lightly. This is one of the reasons why we might suggest a nonsurgical rhinoplasty as an option for aesthetic change. A nonsurgical rhinoplasty is a changing …

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Skincare: 3 Buzzwords

So, you’ve begun your journey on the road to younger, brighter looking skin. You’ve come into our office and consulted about various options to begin your at-home treatment plan. You’ve done your research and a swarm of medical and aesthetic terms swims around your head. Then, your aesthetic provider says it is wise to begin …

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“Maskne” Tips and Tricks

Face masks are essential during the pandemic. We are no exception here at Potomac Plastic Surgery, since we require face masks in the office, among many other safety measures! Masks, however, can come with unwanted side effects of increased oil production and the dreaded "maskne", skin flare-up related to mask-wearing. Maskne Skin irritation from masks …

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We’re Open!

We're open! Starting Monday June 1, 2020 we will resume seeing in-person elective patients. Cosmetic relaxer and filler treatments will be performed! Cosmetic surgery can start being scheduled! Safety is our priority. Behind the scenes, we have taken proactive actions to enhance everyone's safety given the threat of COVID-19. The enhanced infection control measures allow …

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COVID-19

To all our cherished patients, As a preventative measure, we have been temporarily closed as of March 15, 2020 for elective office visits and hope to reopen soon. We recognize the trust you place in us when visiting us and want to share with you the proactive actions we are taking to keep everyone safe …

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Facial Feminization Plastic Surgery

Facial feminization is a group of cosmetic surgical and nonsurgical procedures that modify features from typically male to more female. Facial feminization is not necessarily a single procedure, but rather may involve various procedures on skin, fat, muscle, and bone as appropriate. Each person is unique and plastic surgeons tailor procedures based on multiple factors. …

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Botox vs. Fillers in Plastic Surgery

  Nonsurgical treatments continue an upward trend, even in plastic surgery offices. Patients enjoy the reduced downtime as compared to surgery, even if results might be less dramatic. Injections are the most common nonsurgical treatment with Botox and fillers, but patients are sometimes confused between these two office treatments. Plastic surgery and dermatology offices may …

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Nonsurgical Eyelid Rejuvenation

No one wants to appear worn down or tired, but rather relaxed and refreshed. People strive with a healthy lifestyle to be vibrant and full of energy! However, natural changes of facial fat, bone, and skin affect our appearance to the world. The eyes, more than other facial features, can convey the appearance of low …

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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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