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Looking tired? What you need to know about cosmetic corrections to the upper face

There are two approaches to rejuvenating the upper face: non-surgical and surgical. A non-surgical approach involves skin resurfacing, botox injections, and injection of fillers or platelet rich plasma. A non-surgical approach can camouflage loss of subcutaneous tissue volume, temporarily reduce wrinkles, and improve the surface of the skin. However, this approach has limitations when it…
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Can Rhinoplasty Make You Look Younger?

The fight against aging can feel like a losing battle. Despite best efforts – healthy eating, rigorous exercise, and stress management – time still finds a way to reveal itself. Particularly on your face. Fillers, injections, facials, and facelifts tend to be the most common go-to solutions. Soft Tissue Fillers, Chemical Peels, and Microdermabrasion all…
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Aesthetic Preferences In Rhinoplasty

1 on 1 with Dr. Kris Conrad What do most individuals desire in their rhinoplasty result? Research has shown that smaller, well-defined noses are preferred by the vast majority of females and, in many cases, by males as well. Such outcomes require the utmost of surgical skill and artistic ability on the part of the…
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New Techniques In Rhinoplasty

  What are some up-and-coming techniques in rhinoplasty? How do you think these innovations will influence rhinoplasty in the future?   The modern techniques in rhinoplasty are greatly influenced by the principle of preserving nasal function and creating a very good definition of the nasal features after changing the character and the size of the…
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