Did_You_Know_Jan_20

Procedure of The Week: Otoplasty

Otoplasty is the name given to the procedure used to “pin back” or reposition protruding ears. This deformity causes deeper emotional scarring than is generally realized by even the parents of friends of individuals who has this deformity. Because the visual and psychological improvement following the operation is usually dramatic, it is rewarding to the Read More

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Procedure of The Week: Nasal Surgery (Rhinoplasty)

Nasal surgery is one of the most frequently performed surgeries. It is done not only for appearance, but also to improve breathing. The nose has multiple growth centers and doesn’t mature until we reach puberty. Childhood trauma can damage these growth centers, with the end result being a crooked nose (both internally and/or externally). At Read More

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Procedure of The Week: Facelift

The facelift procedure, or rhytidectomy as it is medically called, treats the neck, cheek, jowl, lateral temporal or eyebrow area. It gives the ultimate improvement in facial plastic surgery because it addresses all the areas of concern, and will reposition tissues into a more normal, natural position. It helps to turn back the clock approximately Read More

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Procedure of The Week: Skin Rejuvenation (Chemical Peels and Laser Resurfacing)

Skin rejuvenation can be divided into different categories-light, medium, and deep treatments. Light treatments involved lotions and cream. These are frequently applied on a daily basis and have the advantage of no “down time” for convalescence. One can apply these lotions and continue her normal daily and social actives without any interruption. The objective of Read More

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Procedure of The Week: Cheek Implants

High cheekbones have long been considered a sign of beauty, which helps contribute to facial angulation and the classic “almond-shaped” face. Cheek implants can help add definition and angulation to the face, which helps improve facial harmony and symmetry. In addition, implants can decrease tissue laxity in the crease, which runs between the nose and Read More