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Rejuvenating the eyes are common requests in our plastic surgery office. While nonsurgical options with injections and peels increase in popularity, surgery remains the preferred option for many patients. Nonsurgical Eyelid Rejuvenation Injectables and skin peels are the main methods to improve the appearance of the eyes. Wrinkle relaxers, such as Botox® and Dysport®, work …

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Nonsurgical Millennial Makeover in Plastic Surgery

Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are the younger patients in a cosmetic surgery practice. Everyone wants to look their best regardless of age. Millennials have some overlapping and specific needs relative to other generations. While they don't need a facelift, plastic surgeons have seen more millennials coming to the office for a number of …

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Chemical peel for rejuvenated skin

Skin care can be thought of as the foundation to many other cosmetic treatments for facial youth and beauty. We've discussed basic skin care in a previous blog post, including topical ointments such as tretinoin. Once you've done all the basics, what is the next step for improve skin tone and smoothness? Other than wrinkle …

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Minimally invasive procedures lead in plastic surgery offices

Less is more when it comes to plastic surgery. Whether it’s non-surgical treatments or plastic surgery, patients want to look themselves, but only better. The quicker recovery with generally less downtime and bruising with minimally invasive procedures are more appealing too. Aesthetic procedures of Botox Cosmetic® and hyaluronic acid fillers (ex. Restylane®, Juvederm®, Belotero®) continue to …

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Dr. Daryl Hoffman Blog

Chemical Peel: Spa or Physician Office?

Where should I get a chemical peel? Some patients are confused by skin care peels. Salons and medical spas are offering chemical peels, in addition to other non-surgical cosmetic treatments such as Botox Cosmetic or injectable fillers (collagen & hyaluronic acid). Generally, very superficial skin treatments such as fruit peels or microdermabrasion may be performed …

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Dr. Daryl Hoffman Blog

Chemical Peel: When Can I Excercise?

Each resurfacing procedure and individual patient vary, so there isn't a single answer. Most resurfacing procedures (laser, CO2, chemical peel) may be superficial to medium depth in the skin. Deeper resurfacing is less commonly used. Depending on the actual depth of peel, healing may be anywhere from a couple days to a week or more. …

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Dr. Daryl Hoffman Blog

Makeup After a Chemical Peel?

A common question with chemical peels, or any laser resurfacing procedure for wrinkle reduction. The answer largely depends on the depth of the chemical peel and the rate at which your skin heals following the cosmetic procedure. You want to minimize skin irritation after any peel or resurfacing procedure. Lunchtime peels are generally very superficial …

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