There’s a saying about your pores. You can’t live with them, you can’t live without them. You need pores on your skin to flush out sweat and oil. But, sometimes, that sweat and oil can mix with dirt and debris, and clog the pores, making them the larger. Or, in some cases, people are born with naturally large pores, which » Continue Reading.
Unless you go through life never eating, smiling, or speaking, you can’t avoid moving your mouth and lips. While you really can’t skip eating or speaking, you probably wish you could skip the tiny, fine lines those activities eventually create around your lips and mouth.
Lines around your lips, sometimes called “smoker’s lines,” and more formally called “perioral lines,” are » Continue Reading.
Today’s laser skin resurfacing treatments aren’t like those of the past. Fractionated CO2 laser treatments target specific small areas of the skin, so that you get major results, without extensive wounding or a long healing process. Although fractionated laser treatments might have a shorter recovery period and might be much less uncomfortable, they are still major medical treatments. That means there » Continue Reading.
For some patients, one of the toughest things to get used to after facial plastic surgery, whether they have a facelift, brow lift or rhinoplasty, is the change in sleeping position. If you’re used to sleeping on your side or on your stomach, suddenly having to sleep on your back, with your head propped up, to help minimize swelling and » Continue Reading.
Now that summer is here, the brighter sunlight and longer hours of daylight might have you taking a closer look at yourself in the mirror. You might have a series of parties and events planned for the season that cause you to be more critical of your appearance or you might want to look at youthful and refreshed as possible » Continue Reading.
Back when you were in your 20s or 30s, a facelift might not have been something you ever saw yourself considering. But, as you get older, and notice signs of sagging and wrinkles on your face, you might be more likely to consider surgery, especially if you have friends who are talking about their success with surgery or their desire » Continue Reading.
Although plastic surgery is more popular and common than ever, there are still a number of concerns and worries that hold people back or that make them hesitate over having a procedure performed. From tabloids to reality TV, there are also plenty of sources of misinformation about plastic surgery or stories that hype up all that can go wrong. While » Continue Reading.
Admittedly, there is no way to guarantee that you will be 100 percent happy with the results you get from rhinoplasty, or nasal surgery. While you can’t fully guarantee that you’ll be absolutely happy with your results, there are a number of things you can do to bring that number as close to 100 percent as possible. Who you work with, » Continue Reading.
You know that injectables, such as Juvederm or Botox, can help fill in or reduce the look of wrinkles and lines. But, what if it’s not so much wrinkles that are getting you down, but the overall texture and tone of your skin? A number of skin rejuvenation treatments look beyond wrinkles and help improve the overall look and feel of » Continue Reading.
What part of your face ages first? For many people, it’s the eye area. Your eyes reflect a lot about you, such as what you’re feeling. They’re also rather sensitive, thanks to the thinner skin surrounding them. If you’ve started to notice that your eye area is adding years to your appearance, you have a few ways of dealing, from » Continue Reading.