Chin augmentation is used to treat a receding or weak chin which has resulted from long-term nasal blockage, enlarged adenoids, or dental problems. The surgery may be done under “twilight” anesthesia from time of adolescence onward. The operation is usually performed from inside the mouth. When the submental lipectomy or double chin operation is performed Read More
The necklift is used to treat laxity in the neck and submental area. It is especially helpful in treating the turkey gobbler neck and the deep cords or unsightly bands which often form in the neck. These are due to laxity of the platysma muscle. In the endoscopic necklift, a small incision approximately 1/2 inch Read More
Advances over the past few years have made it possible to shrink wide bald spots, add hair to sparse areas, and create new, natural-looking hairlines. To date, the most successful method of correcting baldness is to transfer the patient’s own hair from non-bald areas to the areas of hair loss. The procedure for treating baldness Read More
Eyes are one of the first areas to show aging. Some people refer to the eyes as the “windows of the soul.” They are certainly the focal point of the face and increased laxity of skin can portray a tired, sad, or melancholy appearance when in actuality we feel otherwise. Blepharoplasty surgery, or the eyelid Read More
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One in five Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70.
More people are diagnosed with skin cancer each year in the US than all other cancers combined.
Botox is the most frequently performed cosmetic treatment, year after year. This revolutionary procedure smooths out those unwanted forehead wrinkles, frown lines, crow’s feet, and other facial creases. The Botox procedure takes only a few minutes and no anesthesia is required. However, we offer numbing agents and other solutions for an added layer of comfort Read More