Throughout our lifetime, our faces endure countless battles. There’s the great war against acne during our teen years, the wrinkling and spotting as we age, and of course the constant fight against the sun. In the end, the scars stick with you and add a couple years to your appearance. While looking older was a …Read More
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Monthly Archives: May 2016
Treatment Would Correct Age-Related Volume Deficit in the Mid-Face While plastic surgeons frequently use dermal fillers and fat grafting for cheek augmentation, there are currently no products with FDA approved indications for this treatment. Juvederm Voluma XC could change that in the near future, according to yesterday’s news release from Allergan Inc. According to Allergan …Read More
If you want to have a body that you can be proud of, it is going to require some work on your part. You are going to need to take care of your body by eating healthy food and by getting proper exercise. If you are overweight, you need to take steps to lose weight …Read More
Dear Abby, the syndicated advice column, recently fielded a question about plastic surgery. A reader explains that she “dislikes the prevalence of plastic surgery and Botox in today’s society,” arguing that it gives young people an unhealthy perception of body image. In response, “Abby” educates her about the pros of plastic surgery. But the exchange …Read More
A new study released in the Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, suggests that facelift surgery can make patients appear up to 7 years younger than their actual age.The study, which was conducted by researchers at the University of Toronto, Canada and NorthShore University Health System in Evanston, Illinois, enlisted the help of first-year medical student …Read More
A recent case series review appearing in the November/December issue of the Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery presents evidence that laser surgery for skin cancer may be an effective treatment for lentigo maligna, a pre-cancerous lesion commonly found on the head and neck regions. Lentigo maligna, a precursor to melanoma, typically appears as a pigmented …Read More