Monthly Archives: November 2012

Beauty for the Ages

What is the appropriate age to begin beauty treatments such as BOTOX® in Dallas? In my experience, it’s not a question of age as much as a question of how – and how much – your skin has aged. This involves several factors, including: • Skin quality. Damage resulting from sun exposure over the years can reduce the skin’s softness…

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Your Options After Pregnancy

Pregnancy causes several changes in the body, many of which women find undesirable. For this reason, moms come to me seeking plastic surgery procedures such as breast augmentation in the Tallahassee area. For moms seeking to undo what pregnancy has done, I usually recommend one or more of the following procedures: Breast Lift and/or Breast Augmentation: Improves breast shape and…

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Can Cosmetic Surgery Make You Happy?

Could cosmetic surgery in the Brooklyn area improve your overall happiness and well-being? According to a report from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons®, it might. A study published in the July 2012 issue of the society’s journal, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, asked 41 women to evaluate their quality of life 6 months before and 6 months after cosmetic surgery.…

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Platelet Rich Plasma for Cosmetic Use

You may already know about PRP (platelet rich plasma) therapy to help repair and regenerate soft tissue after injuries. Now, there is more exciting news. Success in this area has led to further developments that include the use of PRP for cosmetic improvement. Using the Body’s Own Healing Properties PRP has long been used to promote healing following sports injuries…

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Can You Really Avoid Surgery?

Many of my patients hope to postpone the need for surgical procedures such as a face lift in Toronto. But can surgery be avoided through non-surgical measures? When is Surgery the Best Option? The answer to that question will, of course, depend on the extent of your facial aging and the type of results you would like to see. Injections…

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