Monthly Archives: May 2014

My Guide to the HydraFacial™

Good hydration is the foundation of healthy, beautiful skin. When skin is properly hydrated, it stays soft and supple and is better able to heal itself. But at-home moisturizers don’t penetrate deeply, and regular facials and other treatments can irritate the skin. At my med spa, Irvine and other Southern California patients can deeply refresh and hydrate their skin with…

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PrecisionTx™: More Than Just Liposuction

I perform liposuction near Seattle on many different areas of the body. Today’s leading-edge techniques and smaller tools let surgeons focus on very small, targeted areas of fat, such as the neck and chin. Although liposuction alone can reduce the fat layer, it may not be the best choice for patients who are also bothered by skin laxity or sagging,…

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What’s The Best Treatment for Skin Resurfacing?

Laser resurfacing is popular at my Orange County practice because it’s a very effective non-invasive option for smoothing lines and easing discoloration. But it’s not the only procedure that can make a significant difference without an incision. Here’s a quick overview of the types of skin resurfacing I offer at my practice: Lasers: Laser skin resurfacing is a versatile option…

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Is a Facelift Enough for Forehead Lines?

Many prospective facelift patients visit my Seattle-area practice anticipating a comprehensive, whole-face improvement. Although the surgery can yield impressive results, many people don”t realize that a traditional facelift focuses on the lower two-thirds of the face. Because the lower face, including the jaw and chin, are where most people notice the most severe signs of facial aging, a facelift on…

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Breast Implant Size vs. Breast Implant Material

What is the most difficult choice during breast augmentation planning? Many of my Syracuse-area patients would confidently say size, but they would face an equally confident group of patients who would choose implant material. Let’s take a look at these complex options to see whether we can make the decision-making process a bit easier. When it comes to size, many…

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