Category: Face

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A recent study published by Dermatologic Surgery journal explored what areas of the face bother women the most. Researchers surveyed 603 women aged 30 – 65 who were selected because of their expressed desire to either improve their appearance or have help achieving graceful aging. All participants were considering some form of treatment within the… Continue Reading »

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You may have heard that the big news in the cosmetic enhancement world is a new, FDA-approved injection that reduces submental fat, also known as the dreaded double chin. The injection, Kybella, was recently approved after two clinical trials that showed noticeable results in patients with moderate to severe cases of excess fat under the… Continue Reading »

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Your nose is a focal point, and it can be distressing when you don’t feel that it complements the rest of your face. But you may be hesitant to commit to surgery because you’re unsure of the final results or don’t have the time to commit to recovery, even though you’re unhappy with the size… Continue Reading »

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The most popular cosmetic treatment in the world, Botox Cosmetic, is now believed to treat depression as well. Research shows that this effect may occur regardless of the treatment of facial lines and wrinkles. A recent USA Today article details several research breakthroughs that point to an emotional benefit of Botox Cosmetic injections for many… Continue Reading »

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Though the retail rush at Christmastime is a well-established commercial tradition, one recent trend is a marked increase in cosmetic surgery procedures around Christmas. As reported by the Daytona Beach News-Journal Online, more patients choose cosmetic surgery procedures before, during, and after the winter holiday season. Several regions of the country have seen increases in… Continue Reading »

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Surgeons researching advanced rhinoplasty procedures at the University of Regensburg in Germany have announced a new rhinoplasty surgical approach, which could benefit thousands of cosmetic surgery patients worldwide. This technique, which was covered in detail in an article by Medical Xpress, allows for the minimally invasive use of several maneuvers that traditionally could only be… Continue Reading »

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