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Fillers Got Your Lips Down? Try a Lip Lift.

The upper lip can elongate with age and some dental procedures. This process causes thinning of the lip and vertical creases with loss of volume secondary to the lip rolling inwards as it lengthens. The knee jerk response to this problem is adding filler to the upper lip to give it more volume, such as… Read More »






Botox® for the First Time? What to Expect

Botox® is an injectable neuromodulator which blocks the nerve receptors that connect to muscles. When injected in the location of muscles, it temporarily paralyzes them for about 3 months. Botox® has been utilized for almost 20 years, but the neurotoxin has been studied for longer. It does have both cosmetic and medical indications, but usually… Read More »


Is a Buttock Lift the Same as a “Brazilian Butt-Lift” or Buttock Augmentation?

Contouring of the buttock area has become an increasingly popular procedure in plastic surgery. Patients seeking buttock contouring typically want to reshape and enhance their buttocks. This can be accomplished by multiple types of buttock contouring procedures buttock augmentation liposuction buttock lift type procedures A buttock augmentation adds volume to the areas in the buttock… Read More »


Body Lift Options for Men: The Belt Lipectomy

A body lift is a circumferential body contouring procedure that helps remove excess skin and fat around the waistline. Typically in women, this procedure shapes the abdomen and narrows the waistline, as well as lifting the outer thigh and buttock. When the same procedure is applied to the male torso, it could feminize the figure… Read More »



Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty: What is it?

Upper eyelid blepharoplasty is a common procedure for men and women, which removes excess skin from the upper eyelid. As the eyelid ages, loose eyelid skin can sag over a fixed area on the eyelid causing in severe cases visual field obstruction. The amount of excess eyelid skin can also relate to any descent in… Read More »


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