Cosmetic Surgery Blog

Too old for a facelift?

Published on January 3, 2013 by

If you are looking for a way to eliminate sagging jowls and “turkey neck” but are afraid you have passed the “prime age” for facelift surgery, think again. In fact, there is no perfect age for facelift surgery. Factors such as , medical history, physical health and medications taken prior to surgery are much more […]

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Cosmetic Surgery for the holidays?

Published on December 6, 2012 by

You have been good all year…why not treat yourself to a long-term investment like cosmetic surgery for the holidays? Unlike designer handbags and shoes which eventually go out of style, looking fabulous and improved self-esteem never gets old. Plus, colder weather and more time off during the holidays allows for ideal recovery conditions. Here are […]

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Eyelid and Face lift combined to combat signs of aging

Published on August 30, 2012 by

Actual patient of shown before and 6 weeks after a mid face lift combined with a browlift, fat transfer, CO2 laser skin resurfacing and upper blepharoplasty. In an attempt to combat signs of aging, it seems increasingly popular for patients at our practice to undergo face lift and eyelid lift surgery in one surgical session. […]

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Tobacco Use and Cosmetic Surgery

Published on May 10, 2012 by

It is a well-known fact that cigarette smoke stains our teeth, prematurely ages our skin and can lead to cancer, but there are other reasons we do not recommend that our cosmetic surgery patients smoke. Smoking has a serious impact on the results of your cosmetic surgery. Consequently, you may have noticed that most candidates […]

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Cosmetic surgery for a career boost?

Published on March 22, 2012 by

For the past two weeks, we have explored the scientific effectiveness of facial rejuvenation procedures like face lift, brow (forehead) lift and cosmetic eyelid lift (blepharoplasty) surgeries, but now we will take a closer look at a new trend on the rise. Several recent studies reveal a dramatic rise in professionals electing to have cosmetic […]

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Mini Facelift

Published on December 8, 2011 by

This patient is shown before and after having a Mini facelift in conjunction with a blepharoplasty (eyelid lift) performed by Dr. White. Degradation of skin elasticity, deflation of facial volume and descent or falling of facial structures are an unfortunate effect of aging. The traditional facelift addresses each of these issues, but with a price: […]

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Facial Liposuction vs.Traditonal Facelift

Published on October 6, 2011 by

Tumescent liposuction of the face and neck are less complex surgical procedures completed in the office to remove unwanted fat deposits. The phrase liposuction of the “face and neck” is somewhat misleading. To be more specific, liposuction in this general area involves the submental (below the jaw) chin, the jowls and a small area of […]

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Vampire Facelift

Published on August 18, 2011 by

The Vampire Facelift From “Twilight” to “True Blood,” vampires have been all the rage for the past few years. And so are procedures that erase wrinkles from the face. Combine the two trends and you get the vampire facelift. Normal aging causes loss of skin elasticity and volume that encourages the formation of lines, wrinkles […]

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Ribbon Facelift

Published on July 21, 2011 by

It was just a few years ago that patients unhappy with facial droop had limited choices —full facelift. Advances in minimally invasive facial rejuvenation have opened the field of choices for facial lifting. Midface suspension ribbon lift, also referred to as a cheek or midface lift, corrects sagging midface tissues by surgically repositioning them up […]

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