Monthly Archives: May 2013

Upgrade Your Gummy Smile Correction With These Treatments

As a gum specialist and celebrity dentist, I frequently treat patients with a “gummy smile” using a lip lowering procedure. Although this procedure alone is often sufficient for outstanding results, sometimes a complementary treatment is needed. Here are 3 that I often perform in conjunction with lip lowering: Aesthetic Crown Lengthening Some people have very small teeth in relation to…

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Eye-Opening Facts About Blepharoplasty

Eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, is a highly rewarding procedure that gives the eyes, and sometimes the whole face, a younger, more alert appearance. Plastic surgeons in Lafayette, LA, where I practice (and throughout the country) perform eyelid surgery on a routine basis. If you think your face could use refreshing, consider these 3 benefits of eyelid surgery: A…

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Causes of Abdominal Muscle Separation – and a Solution

Most people who are good candidates for tummy tuck surgery have developed diastasis recti, meaning the abdominal muscles have separated. Here are 3 common causes of diastasis recti: Pregnancy: Diastasis recti is most common in women. That’s due to pregnancy, which obviously puts a great deal of stress on the abdominal muscles. Multiple pregnancies further weaken the abdominal wall, stretching…

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Breast Solutions After Pregnancy

As one of the plastic surgeons in Pennsylvania specializing in body contouring, I work with a lot of moms who want to improve their bodies after having children. Any woman who has experienced pregnancy can tell you that your body changes dramatically. The breasts are particularly influenced by pregnancy, and especially by breastfeeding. The 3 procedures I recommend to restore…

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Top 10 Beauty Myths

As a board-certified dermatologist in Houston, part of my job is helping my clients separate fact from fiction when it comes to skin care. Most often, I’ve found that the primary issue is not a lack of information, but an overload of conflicting information. Today we have access to a broad range of statistics, facts, and figures about how to…

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