Monthly Archives: March 2009

Indiana "Botox" Creams – Do They Work?

Lately I have seen some news stories touting a few products as “easy” alternatives to popular surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic enhancement procedures like BOTOX® Cosmetic. At my Indiana cosmetic surgery practice, I offer skin enhancements as well as surgical procedures, so I keep up with the latest research to be sure that my patients are benefiting from the most appropriate…

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“That Post-Pregnancy Glow”: Skin Enhancements for Los Angeles Mommy Makeovers

Childbearing creates a physical and emotional strain on the body, and while pregnancy has a number of physical benefits, the aftereffects are often visible and even damaging to a woman’s appearance and self-esteem. A growing number of women are turning to plastic surgery after childbirth to correct some of the most obvious and bothersome characteristics through procedures like tummy tuck…

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“Gummy Smile” Correction – Is Surgery Necessary?

Many women and men are self-conscious about their look because, when they smile, they show a large amount of gum tissue. This characteristic can be extremely frustrating because it makes the teeth look smaller and draws attention away from the other facial features. The old approach to this problem in Beverly Hills required the cosmetic dentist to perform invasive surgery…

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Dental Implants for Cosmetic Enhancement

Tooth loss, obviously, causes significant changes to the appearance of the mouth, face and in many cases also can affect a person’s self esteem. What most people don’t know is that the loss of teeth may cause the structures that support the teeth to degenerate, compromising the health of the teeth on either side of the gap. In addition, tooth…

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