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Revision Rhinoplasty: What You Need to Know

If you’ve had a rhinoplasty in the past and are considering another, you’re thinking about revision rhinoplasty. This means improving or correcting a previous rhinoplasty. A revision rhinoplasty is often more complicated than a primary rhinoplasty because the surgeon will deal with scarring and lost tissue ...

How young is too young for a rhinoplasty?

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgery, teenagers in 2012 had five times more plastic surgery treatments than teenagers did in 1997. Of these procedures, rhinoplasty is the most common plastic surgery performed in teenagers. The teen years can be convenient for rhinoplasty because ...

What Age is Appropriate for a Facelift?

The typical facelift patient is in their 50s or 60s — around this age, both wrinkles and contour changes start to appear in the face and neck. Occasionally, a patient in their 30s can have enough early aging changes to justify a facelift. Because of ...

Say “so long” to winter with an exfoliating facial treatment

Exfoliation is a lot like spring cleaning—slightly messy, sometimes emotional but both are necessary events. After working hard to moisturize your skin during the long winter months, it’s time to revive it through exfoliation. Exfoliation helps remove dead skin cells, smooth the texture of your ...

How to Get Holiday Ready Skin

Its official… the holidays are here and it’s time to get your glow on!  With the holidays around the corner… it’s the perfect time to get ready for your big events! By starting one of our corrective treatments now accompanied by good quality skin care, your ...

Surgery, Injectables or Both?

Educational Messages from Dr. Menachof Many things happen to our face and neck as we age. Changes occur slowly in the skin, fat, muscle and bone of our faces, causing an older appearance to develop over the years. In some people, these changes can occur early, while others can continue to look young until they are much older.

Growth Factors: What are They and Why Do We Need Them?

If you’re concerned about reversing the signs of aging in your skin, rejuvenation can be found in the innovative science of skin care containing growth factors. Growth factors are an important part of maintaining firmness and elasticity in your skin. Growth factors are made by skin cells to help your body maintain healthy skin. They work by repairing damaged skin, making the components that provide firmness and elasticity and helping to maintain your skin’s natural protective functions.

Enhance Your Anti-Aging Routine…

The weather is changing – falling leaves, cooler temps and drier air. Not only do these changes cause lifestyle changes, but these changes in season affect our skin as well. In preparation for the extreme conditions of winter, autumn is the perfect time to enhance ...

Contouring – the Holy Grail of Looking Young

Contouring is indeed the holy grail of looking young and Kybella is the newest tool in our quest for a contoured neck. Spend your life analyzing the contour of youthful faces, apply those principles to your surgery and injecting, and you can achieve results that ...