• 28
    Nov

    All About Revision Rhinoplasty

    Rhinoplasty, also known as a nose job, is a complex and challenging surgical procedure. Revision rhinoplasty refers to a surgery that corrects or revises a nose surgery that was done in the past.

    Each person’s skin, cartilage, and bone determine the shape of their nose. When having rhinoplasty, the healing stage also has an impact on appearance. Poor healing can lead someone to have results that they are not satisfied with.

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  • 09
    Nov

    The Parts of the Nose (Inside and Out)

    The nose is one of many parts of the human respiratory system. Air enters the body through the nose; the air is then then warmed and moistened. Air is also filtered from debris as it passes through the upper airway. Because it is the most prominent fixture on the human face, the nose has an effect on your appearance.

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  • 02
    Nov

    Asian Double Eyelid Surgery

    Around 50% of people of East Asian descent have eyelids that either have no pretarsal crease or only a partial crease. This is called a mono-lid eyelid, and it does not always cause functional or cosmetic problems. However, some individuals experience obstructed vision or eye irritation from the eyelashes.

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  • 27
    Oct

    Preservation Rhinoplasty

    While traditional rhinoplasty might be what most people think of when considering modifying the appearance of the nose, it isn’t the only option.

    Preservation rhinoplasty is a new technique that offers many of the same benefits as traditional rhinoplasty. It is a technique where Dr. Smith works to retain as much cartilage and bone as possible while improving the aesthetics of the nose.

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  • 21
    Oct

    5 Uses for Rhinoplasty

    Most people think of rhinoplasty or a nose job as a method to change the appearance and shape of the nose. Hundreds of thousands of patients have rhinoplasty procedures each year. Patients vary, but tend to be between the ages of 20 and 50, with a slight predominance in women over men.

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  • 22
    Aug

    How Long Do Different Types of Facelifts Last?

    A facelift is an excellent way to ensure you keep a youthful appearance. The procedure firms and lifts sagging tissues to smooth folds, remove wrinkles, and make your face look more aesthetically pleasing.

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  • 11
    Aug

    All About Skin Rejuvenation with Radiesse

    Got wrinkles, fine lines, skin laxity, thinning skin, or neck lines? Then you may be a candidate for skin rejuvenation treatment with Dilute or Hyperdilute Radiesse!

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  • 09
    Aug

    Everything You Need to Know About Facelift Recovery

    A facelift is an excellent way to combat the signs of aging in the neck and face. It’s often chosen by people who have sagging skin, jowls, or wrinkles who wish to appear more youthful.

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  • 25
    Jul

    How to Have the Best Night’s Sleep After a Facelift

    After having a facelift procedure, it’s important to get plenty of rest. Some people find the recovery process uncomfortable and exhausting, even if the results are well worth it. Here are some tips on the best way to get great rest after your procedure. Use the tips below to get as comfortable as possible so you get a good night’s sleep.

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  • 17
    Jun

    Lip Filler vs. Lip Flip – Which Is Right for You?

    Years ago, there was a huge stigma around aesthetic treatments like Lip Fillers. Today things have changed. Young patients are taking advantage of the benefits of Lip Fillers and Lip Flips to improve the appearance of their lips.

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  • 03
    Jun

    What to Know About Skin Resurfacing: IPL, Laser Resurfacing, Chemical Peel, and Dermabrasion

    A skin resurfacing procedure can be a life-changing experience. However, before you set an appointment, make sure you know all your options. IPL, laser resurfacing, and chemical peels are some of the most common ones.

    Why think about skin resurfacing? Most people choose one of these procedures to help with sun damage, fine lines, acne, and facial scars. All of these options are less invasive than traditional plastic surgery and have a much faster recovery time.

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  • 19
    May

    Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Cheek Fillers

    Are you curious about fillers for cheeks? Many people who have nearly unnoticeable or flattened cheekbones think about getting dermal fillers to enhance their cheeks.

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  • 03
    May

    Tips For Rhinoplasty Recovery

    Recovery from Rhinoplasty can be a process, especially if you are not accustomed to taking downtime. But with a few simple tips, your recovery process can go as smooth as possible.

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  • 18
    Apr

    History of Botox

    Most people think of Botox as a cosmetic procedure. It might surprise you to learn that it was not originally introduced for use in cosmetic applications. That was a happy accident for the original practitioners using the toxin.

    How did Botox become one of the most popular cosmetic procedures? Since the initial FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approval, the uses for Botox have become more varied.

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  • 04
    Apr

    Non-Surgical Treatments For Hair Loss

    Factors leading to hair loss vary. Aging is a factor; however, things like diet, disease, and even stress can cause balding. Luckily, there are some treatments available for those experiencing hair loss.

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  • 07
    Feb

    A Few Recent Rhinoplasty Testimonials

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  • 28
    Dec

    All About Skin Cancer Reconstruction

    Unfortunately, skin cancer is not an uncommon occurrence in the United States. In fact, 1 in 5 Americans over the age of 65 will suffer from it in their lifetime. When skin cancer is caught, and operated on, it can often lead to large areas of the skin removal. In such cases, many skin cancer survivors opt for skin cancer reconstruction.

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  • 29
    Nov

    5 Things to Know About A Mini Face Lift

    Many Americans opt for some form of plastic surgery each year. There are numerous popular options for plastic surgery, with many of them aimed at helping people look as young as possible for as long as possible. This is why the mini facelift is such a popular procedure. The results can be amazing with very little downtime or side effects. If you’re considering a mini facelift, here are five things you should know before you proceed.

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  • 26
    Oct

    5 Things You Want To Know About Rhinoplasty

    Rhinoplasty is a common procedure that is regularly performed in the United States. Many people give advice about nose jobs, but it can be difficult to know who to trust. Before you delve into getting a rhinoplasty, you should know all the facts. Here are five things you will want to know about rhinoplasty before getting the procedure.

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  • 17
    Sep

    Facelift Options

    A facelift can make you look younger, restoring a more naturally youthful appearance by lifting and firming sagging facial tissues. When excess, sagging, skin is removed, deep folds are smoothed, and the deep tissues of the face are lifted and tightened, a facelift can potentially work wonders.

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  • 03
    Sep

    The Many Uses of Botox for the Face

    Botox is a well-known procedure used to remove wrinkles from the face, typically in the forehead or the area around the eyes. What is not commonly known is that Botox has far more uses for the face than just helping with appearance. Here, we will talk about many of the ways Botox injections can be used to treat different conditions.

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  • 20
    Aug

    What Is Closed Rhinoplasty?

    Rhinoplasty is one of the most commonly performed procedures in plastic surgery, where the shape and size of the nose are corrected to better suit the patient. In both open and closed rhinoplasty, nasal asymmetry is corrected, and nasal proportions are enhanced.

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  • 30
    Jul

    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About a Non-Surgical Nose Job

    “Nose jobs” have been part of cosmetic surgery for decades. Technically called rhinoplasty, this surgical procedure has helped tens of thousands of people breathe more easily, while also creating more aesthetically pleasing nose shapes. However, what if there was a way to achieve a better nose shape without the need for surgery? A non-surgical nose job can do just that.

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  • 02
    Jul

    Liquid Facelift: A Guide for Rejuvenation

    The conventional facelift is a surgical procedure, and as such, requires the recovery that a surgery does. However, for those looking to rejuvenate their face without surgery, there are other options. One is the “liquid facelift” – it promises fast, noticeable results without the need for surgery. But if you are considering this rejuvenation solution, you should know several things.

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  • 16
    Jul

    Lip Flip: Everything You Want to Know

    Struggling with thin lips? Worried that you’re showing too much upper gum when you smile? There’s an answer that doesn’t involve surgery – the “lip flip”. What is this procedure, how does it work, and who is the ideal patient? We’ll explore everything you need to know below.

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  • 19
    May

    Botox and Facial Rejuvenation: Everything You Need to Know

    Botox and Facial Rejuvenation

    Botox is one of the most commonly used anti-aging products in the world today. It’s used to combat fine lines and wrinkles, plump-up lips, and more. It even has uses in the treatment of migraines and other health conditions. However, if you’re thinking about a Botox treatment, there are things you’ll need to know.

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  • 14
    Apr

    Hair Loss: Understanding the Impact of Hormones and Stress

    When it comes to hair loss, a lot of attention goes to heredity. That’s understandable, as it’s the driving force behind male pattern baldness, which is the most common type of hair loss. However, it is not the only type, and heredity is far from the only cause of hair loss. Hormones and stress also play critical roles in hair growth and loss. This is particularly true for women, but can also affect men.

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  • 26
    Mar

    Exploring Hair Loss: Understanding the Most Common Hair Disorders

    Understanding the Most Common Hair Disorders

    Hair loss is a serious problem that affects both men and women. While it can take many forms, and be caused by many different things, the results are often the same: faltering self-confidence, decreased self-consciousness, reduced quality of life, and stigmatization.

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  • 03
    Mar

    What Causes Androgenetic Alopecia?

    Heredity brings us many wonderful things. You might have your grandmother’s eyes, or perhaps your father’s square jaw. Perhaps you inherited your aunt’s naturally curly hair, or a parent’s musical ability. However, sometimes, our inherited genetics give us gifts that are not quite so positive: Hair loss is a good example.

    Androgenetic alopecia, or hereditary hair loss, is the most common type of hair loss disorder. It is also genetic, passed down through the generations. The good news is that this family trait doesn’t have to define your life.

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  • 25
    Jan

    Exploring the Many Reasons for Male Hair Loss

    Exploring the Many Reasons for Male Hair Loss
    No matter who you are, chances are good that if you’re a man, you will experience some degree of hair loss by the time you reach 60 years of age. For others, the process may begin as early as their teen years. Some men are almost completely bald by their 30s. While the symptoms are the same – a receding hairline and thinning hair – the reasons for male hair loss differ. In fact, there are 10 different reasons that you may experience hair loss.

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  • 06
    Jan

    Tips for a Successful Hair Transplant Recovery Process

    Hair transplant surgery offers you the chance to regain your self-confidence and once more enjoy a healthy, full head of natural hair. Today’s procedures are far more effective, less painful, and require far less recovery time than they once did. However, there are still things that you will need to know to ensure a successful hair transplant recovery process.

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  • 21
    Dec

    Understanding the Available Treatments for Female Hair Loss

    Hair loss is often thought of as being specific to men. However, millions of women struggle with thinning hair, too. Dubbed female pattern baldness, or androgenetic alopecia, it has many of the same characteristics as male pattern baldness, but there are some differences.

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  • 26
    Nov

    Should I get FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) or FUT (Strip Method) Hair Transplant?

    A question Dr. Smith often gets from patients interested in hair restoration is whether they should go with FUE or the Strip Method. And while FUE, or Follicular Unit Extraction, is the latest of the two, employing the most cutting-edge technology, both approaches have their advantages and disadvantages.

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  • 17
    Aug

    Dr. Smith Discusses Alopecia on “ENT in a Nutshell” Podcast

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  • 04
    Aug

    Hygiene and Cleaning Procedures in Clinic

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  • 02
    Jul

    A Natural Appearing Lift

    Have you ever looked in the mirror and used your fingers to elevate the skin and structures of your neck? Did you like what you saw because it reminded you of a more youthful-looking you? If you answered yes, you may be a candidate for facial or neck rejuvenation. You may also be pleasantly surprised to find that you may not need surgery to look younger.

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  • 02
    Jul

    How to Break All the Makeup Rules to Look Younger

    You’ve probably seen plenty of tips for using makeup to look younger. Lightening up your lip color, adding fullness to the eyebrows, going with a softer eye look, and aiming for a dewy skin complexion, are all things that we hear day after day. But looking younger doesn’t always mean looking the same as everyone else trying to do the same. Here’s how you can break all the rules, and still get that youthful glow you’re after.

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  • 02
    Jul

    5 Skin Detox Myths We All Fell For

    The word “detox” has become a buzz word for more than just the health industry. It seems that we are being encouraged to detox in all areas of our lives, whether that is literal or figurative. In the skin care industry, many detox myths are floating around, starting from the most basic (that you need to detox your skin) to some bizarre rumors. Here are five detox myths that even we fell for, and why your skin doesn’t need any of them to look flawless:

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