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Protecting Your Face in Summer

Choosing to have cosmetic surgery is a big decision for most people. Willingly going “under the knife” to improve your appearance is a decision the requires guts, time, and money. While most cosmetic surgery patients are committed to taking special care of their skin immediately following surgery, they often tend to slack off on taking care of their skin once the healing process is complete.
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Blepharoplasty of the Lower Eyelid

The face is the most recognizable feature of every person. It is what comes to mind when you think of someone, it is where emotions are displayed, and it is also where the signs of aging tend to first appear. Most notably, the eyes often give away a person’s true age – or make him or her look older than the person is.
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Restylane Injections

Your smile says a great deal about you. Flashing a confident smile to the world lets people know that you are friendly and approachable. However, your smile may be saying more about you these days that you want it to. Over time, the lips tend to thin out and wrinkles form in the delicate areas around the mouth.
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Laser Resurfacing

The skin of the face is much more delicate in nature than the skin covering the rest of the body. Over time, age, environmental factors, sun damage, and stress begin to show their effects on the skin. Laser resurfacing is a cosmetic procedure used to rejuvenate the appearance of the facial skin by reducing the appearance of fine line and wrinkles, acne scars, uneven skin tone, and skin irregularities
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Ear Pinning Surgery

The ears are a prominent feature of the facial region. Many people want to change the shape and/or projection of their ears because they are a constant source of self-consciousness or discontent. Misshapen, protruding, or abnormally-sized ears can have a drastic impact on your overall appearance. Otoplasty, or ear pinning surgery, allows for the correction of ear abnormalities.
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Sinus Surgery

Allergy season is in full swing, and many people are more aware than ever of their sinus issues. Recurrent sinusitis often feels as though people are trapped in a cycle of sinus infection followed by medication, followed by another sinus infection, followed by more medication. Recurrent sinusitis can take a significant toll on a person’s quality of life that affects work, sleep, and social situations. Sinus surgery can help patients correct internal issues that cause chronic recurrent sinusitis and can alleviate symptoms.
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Cheek Enhancement

Life takes a toll on everyone over time. Aging, gravity, changes in weight, stress, tiredness – they all affect how we look and feel. The cheek region of the face is one area that is greatly affected in some people.
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Mohs Scar Revision

Skin cancer is caused mainly by direct damage from the sun. The sun’s harmful UV rays impact unprotected skin in many ways: early signs of aging, uneven skin tone, dark patches of skin, and skin cancer. When skin cancer develops on the face, not only is there the scare of a cancer diagnosis, but there is also the element of needing surgery on the facial region.
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Revision Rhinoplasty

Nose jobs are one of the most commonly botched plastic surgery procedures. It is highly inconvenient and unacceptable given that the nose is a prominent feature of the face; one that is also required for breathing.
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Male Neck Lift Surgery

Plastic surgery is not limited to women only. Men care about their appearance, and they are often looking for options to help them look younger and more attractive. One of the most popular cosmetic procedures for men is neck lift surgery. This surgery is one that tightens the skin of the neck to decrease the look of sagging skin.
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