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All You Need to Know About Blepharoplasty

The Benefits of Blepharoplasty

Eye lifts are among the most common procedures performed by plastic surgeons. Last year, it was ranked number third in the top five cosmetic surgeries, coming in behind breast augmentation and rhinoplasty with over 215,000 performed. Eye lifts (also known as blepharoplasty) are so popular because they are one of the safest cosmetic procedures available …

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Combat Melasma With Chemical Peels

Combat Melasma With Chemical Peels

Commonly referred to as a “pregnancy mask,”melasma is actually a skin condition that can occur in both men and women. It causes uneven darker skin patches to appear, primarily on the face. While some people are able to hide the condition under cosmetics, others have to deal with the embarrassment of having blotchy skin. A …

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Facelift Benefits for Men

Facelift (Rhytidectomy), Scottsdale

The number of men undergoing plastic surgery continues to grow every year. Last year, over one million procedures were done on men alone. One of the most common of these procedures was the facelift, with over 12,000 performed on male patients. This was almost 10 percent greater than the number of facelift procedures performed on …

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Nonsurgical Methods for Facial Rejuvenation

Rejuvenate and Even Your Skin Tone With a Chemical Peel

As the largest organ in the body, your skin’s job is to protect you against the environment and help regulate your internal body temperature. The skin encounters many harsh environmental factors, such as UV rays from the sun and chemical contaminants from things like car exhaust, and also provides a barrier against physical objects that …

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How Liposculpture Is Done

Liposculpture – The Perfect Finishing Touch

Many people think that liposculpture and liposuction are different names for the same thing. They do sound similar, but in fact, liposculpture is a smaller form of liposuction. Liposuction focuses on fat removal in large target areas, usually as part of a major reconstructive surgery. It is a common element in procedures like tummy tucks, …

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