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Kybella: Removing the “Double Chin” Without Surgery.

Submental fullness, also known as a “double chin” represents excess fat tissue in the upper portion of the neck, just below the chin and jawline.  Prominence of tissue in this region detracts from facial balance, and can cause an older and heavier appearance of the neck.  Submittal fullness is a constant source of concern among patients, is often resistant to […] Read more…

Submental fullness, also known as a “double chin” represents excess fat tissue in the upper portion of the neck, just below the chin and jawline.  Prominence of tissue in this region detracts from facial balance, and can cause an older and heavier appearance of the neck.  Submittal fullness is a constant source of concern among patients, is often resistant to […]

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Hand Rejuvenation With Fillers

While it may not bother some, many patients are concerned with signs of aging that they notice in their hands.  This is natural, as we often use our hands to communicate, and they are constantly in our sight and that of others, with whom we interact. As we age, soft tissue atrophy is a natural phenomenon, and in the hands, volume loss […] Read more…

While it may not bother some, many patients are concerned with signs of aging that they notice in their hands.  This is natural, as we often use our hands to communicate, and they are constantly in our sight and that of others, with whom we interact. As we age, soft tissue atrophy is a natural phenomenon, and in the hands, volume loss […]

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“The Liquid Facelift”

One of the most common concerns among the patients we see in our office are about typical signs of facial aging: skin laxity, deflation of the cheeks, descent of the midfacial tissues, increasingly prominent nasolabial folds and marionette lines, and jowling.  One of the biggest trends that many plastic surgeons have noted around the country is that more patients are seeking cosmetic improvement and facial […] Read more…

One of the most common concerns among the patients we see in our office are about typical signs of facial aging: skin laxity, deflation of the cheeks, descent of the midfacial tissues, increasingly prominent nasolabial folds and marionette lines, and jowling.  One of the biggest trends that many plastic surgeons have noted around the country is that more patients are seeking cosmetic improvement and facial […]

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Our New Product Lines: Part I

As our practice expands, and we prepare for the grand reopening of Sanctuary Spa, we are excited to share with you some information about a few of our newest product lines, which further expand our offerings of clinical-grade skin care and improvement.  As mentioned in previous blogs, the importance of a good skin care regimen at home cannot be overstated. For patients […] Read more…

As our practice expands, and we prepare for the grand reopening of Sanctuary Spa, we are excited to share with you some information about a few of our newest product lines, which further expand our offerings of clinical-grade skin care and improvement.  As mentioned in previous blogs, the importance of a good skin care regimen at home cannot be overstated. For patients […]

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Umbilicoplasty: Restoring a natural belly button

It is not uncommon for patients who have undergone abdominal surgery to experience distortion, or in some cases complete destruction or removal of the umbilicus, or belly button.  This is especially common for patients who undergo multiple complicated abdominal surgeries, or who have been treated for umbilical or ventral hernias.  In some cases, the belly button is free-floating, without a good […] Read more…

It is not uncommon for patients who have undergone abdominal surgery to experience distortion, or in some cases complete destruction or removal of the umbilicus, or belly button.  This is especially common for patients who undergo multiple complicated abdominal surgeries, or who have been treated for umbilical or ventral hernias.  In some cases, the belly button is free-floating, without a good […]

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