People love to read about plastic surgery. Our office has seen a continued increase in popularity in a variety of cosmetic surgery procedures, both surgical and nonsurgical. From eyelid surgery to liquid facelift, patients want to learn how to enhance their appearance.
Below are the five most popular cosmetic surgery posts of 2017 from our blog. Washington DC residents love Botox®, as it has edged out other top posts this past year.
How to Get Rid of a Buffalo Hump, excess fat behind the neck
Patients develop excess fullness behind the neck, otherwise known as buffalo hump or widow’s hump, from a variety of factors. Poor posture from spending hours looking down at a screen or excess neck fat are some factors that contribute to a buffalo hump.
Depressor Septi Muscle – Improving a Droopy Nasal Tip with Rhinoplasty Surgery
Elevating a droopy tip is a popular request by Washington DC rhinoplasty patients. Modifying the depressor septi muscle is one method to elevate the nasal tip. Elevating a droopy tip can be achieved via either closed or open rhinoplasty. Learn more about the depressor septi muscle in rhinoplasty.
Make your Botox and filler last longer
A nonsurgical or liquid lift of the face and neck is popular for a variety of reasons. Minimal downtime is a great advantage, but temporary results is the downside. Liquid lift procedures, such as Juvederm® and Restylane®, are repeated every few months to help maintain desired results. Learn how one might be able to extend the duration of Botox and these facial filler injections.
Lip Implant vs. Facial Fillers for Lip Enhancement
Full, defined lips are a universal sign of youth and beauty across nations and cultures. Hyaluronic acid fillers are the most popular methods in plastic surgery offices to plump lips, but results are temporary. One permanent lip augmentation option is a silicone implant, which can be placed in the upper and/or lower lip. Learn more about the differences between implants and filler for lip enhancement.
Botox away your Resting Bitch Face
“Are you O.K? Is something wrong?”
Not just a name, but resting bitch face is a “condition” which has been scientifically studied. It has been popularized (intentionally or unintentionally) by celebrities such as Kristen Stewart, Anna Kendrick, and Anna Paquin.
Resting bitch face, also known as bitchy resting face or resting angry face, gives others looking at you the perception that you’re feeling bored, angry, irritated, or skeptical. If you don’t want to convey these emotions, then wrinkle relaxers such as Botox and Dysport® can help.
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