Six Plastic Surgery Misconceptions – Blog

Many people have opinions about plastic surgery. In a lot of cases, those opinions aren’t necessarily shaped by facts and reality, but instead by common misconceptions.

Whether you’re considering having facial plastic surgery or have recently had it and are facing criticism from family and friends, it can be helpful to clear up a few very common misconceptions about it.

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Tips for Picking Your Plastic Surgeon – Blog

The decision to have plastic surgery is actually a series of choices you make over the course of a few months. Choosing which surgery to have is just one part of it. You also want to choose when to have the surgery and perhaps most importantly of all, who you want to perform it. Just as a fancy meal can » Continue Reading.

Stay Safe During Facial Plastic Surgery

Considering facial plastic surgery? There are plenty of things to think about, from what you want to get out of the procedure to how you’ll handle the recovery process. There’s also the cost to consider, and perhaps most importantly of all, how safe you will be during it. Whether you hope to take years off of your appearance with a » Continue Reading.

Common Questions About Rhinoplasty – Blog

If you’re thinking about any type of plastic surgery procedure, odds are that you have a number of questions. In the case of most procedures, the more you know about what happens during surgery and what to expect afterwards, the better off you will be.

One surgery that people tend to have a number of questions about is rhinoplasty. No » Continue Reading.

Botox vs. a Brow Lift

Getting older can mean that your eyebrows start to droop, lines start to form across your forehead and your eyes start to develop a more hooded look. The changes that occur in the area around your brows and forehead can make you not only look older, but also tired and angry.

For years, the best way to rejuvenate the upper » Continue Reading.

Nasal Surgery and Insurance – Blog

Some things might be as plain as the nose on your face, like the fact that your sinuses cause you a considerable amount of discomfort or the fact that a crooked septum has long made breathing difficult. Many patients would do anything to correct their nasal issues, but the cost of nasal surgery might be prohibitive.

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FAQs About Brow Lifts

People age in different ways. Depending on your genes, facial movements and lifestyle habits, you might begin to show signs of aging in the forehead or eyebrow area before you start to age in the lower portion of your face. Just as people age in different ways, different surgeries are designed to focus on different areas. While the term “facelift” » Continue Reading.

Common Myths About Facelifts – Blog

Today’s plastic surgery patients have more options than before. You can choose between injections, laser treatments or traditional surgery. When it comes to surgery, you have the option of traditional, invasive procedures or less invasive surgeries with shorter downtimes. The number of options available has perhaps led to some misconceptions, myths and confusion about certain surgeries. One procedure that suffers » Continue Reading.

How Can Rhinoplasty Help You?

If you’ve been unhappy with the way your nose looks, you might want to consider rhinoplasty.

Although superficially the main benefit of rhinoplasty is to correct a physical issue with your nose, the surgery has a wide range of benefits. Nose reshaping surgery can improve not only the way your nose looks, but also the way it functions. It can also » Continue Reading.

How to Choose Between Injections and Surgery

When you visit a facial plastic surgeon these days, you might not actually be seeing him for a surgical procedure. While plenty of patients have procedures such as rhinoplasty, eyelid surgery or facelifts performed every year, non-surgical options, particularly injections such as Botox or dermal fillers have increased in popularity.

If you are concerned about wrinkles or other signs of » Continue Reading.

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