Otoplasty or ear surgery is one of the few plastic surgery procedures recommended for young children. This procedure can be used to adjust the size or the projection of ears, bringing balance and symmetry to the facial profile.
The arrival of summer also means the arrival of bathing suit season. If your suit isn’t filling out the way you’d like, breast augmentation is an option. While breast implants can be a good choice any time of the year, there are reasons why summer is the best timing for this surgery.
While wrinkles are a common concern as we age, another problem tends to arise as well. Aging skin loses its elasticity, resulting in skin sagging and an aged facial profile. The good news is there are treatments to address drooping skin that will smooth away some of those wrinkles at the same time.
A voluminous pout, comparable to the likes of celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Scarlett Johansson, are a coveted feature today. If you were not blessed by Mother Nature with the lips you want, or if your smile has lost volume over time, non-surgical cosmetic treatments can help. Before you schedule your first augmentation procedure, there are a few facts about lip fillers you need to know.
When it comes to choosing your home skin care system, there are plenty of options today. Department stores are stocked with plenty of sweet-smelling concoctions and smiling staff to help you select the best formulations for you. However, there may be good reasons to skip the department store products and head to your local dermatologist or plastic surgeon for your skin care products instead.
When it comes to plastic surgery procedures and cosmetic treatments, there are plenty to choose from today. Whether you are looking to erase telltale signs of aging or revive a tired complexion, you can find the perfect treatment to meet your cosmetic goals.
Looking for a way to hold onto that summer glow, even as the season is slowing fading? The staff at Aesthetic Arts Institute of Plastic Surgery can help. We offer a variety of skin rejuvenating treatments to revive a complexion that has taken a beating from the summer sun.
Halloween may be right around the corner, but it is doubtful the upcoming holiday will make you any more enamored of the “bat wings” that have appeared on the underside of your upper arms. This skin sagging, which can be a bane for some types of clothing, is usually caused by age, gravity or massive weight loss. The good news is you don’t have to spend this Halloween hiding your bat wings under a costume, thanks to a surgical procedure designed to remove hanging skin and create a sleeker, more sculpted contour to the upper arm.
Cheek surgery has become a popular option for enhancing the facial profile and creating a more youthful, vibrant image. The midface is an area…
There is little doubt that body ink has arrived in mainstream America with as many as 20 percent of men and women in the…