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Eliminate Your Double Chin with KYBELLA™

Feb 15 2017

Are you tired of seeing double? Does your double chin make you unhappy with your appearance? If you’re self-conscious about the way your double chin makes you look, there is a way to eliminate that loose skin under your chin once and for all.  Kybella is a safe and effective treatment that uses deoxycholic acid, … read more

Our Favorite Combos

Feb 5 2017

Each New Year we see people who decide that they would like to turn back the clock without surgery.  Non-invasive skin and aesthetic treatments have dramatically evolved this decade.  This is because there is a huge demand for procedures and treatments that can help people look their best without undergoing the knife.  People have different … read more

Living Well With Psoriasis

Jan 30 2017

Psoriasis is an unpredictable and irritating skin disorder in which skin cells multiply faster than usual, causing raised, red plaques covered with white scales. These typically appear on your knees, elbows and scalp, although they can also occur on your palms and soles of your feet. Even if you manage your psoriasis carefully, there are … read more

Are You a Candidate for Eyelid Surgery?

Jan 15 2017

Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) is a procedure that improves the appearance of drooping skin from the upper eyelids over the eyelashes, puffiness of your upper and lower eyelids, and deep grooves under the eyes.  If drooping skin around your eyes makes you look tired or older than you are, blepharoplasty may be right for you. Generally, … read more

The Dad Bod Epidemic

Jan 5 2017

What’s a Dad Bod? A few years ago when my kids were 6 and 8 years old, my family and I travelled to New York City’s Times Square area and almost became victims of the The Time’s Square Terrorist’s attempt to blow up Times Square. When we returned home we were on several local news … read more

Top Tips for Maintaining Healthy Skin This Winter

Dec 30 2016

Jack Frost not only nips at your nose during the winter months; the dry, chilly air he brings depletes the moisture in your skin, leaving it cracked, red and itchy. But take heart – there are ways to protect your skin against the harsh winter weather. Drink Lots of Water Even though a cool drink … read more

Preparing for Plastic Surgery – Are You Ready?

Dec 15 2016

Deciding to undergo cosmetic surgery isn’t something you enter into lightly. You may have concerns about the procedure, taking time off work and child care during recovery. These are definitely crucial things to think about before having the procedure, but the bigger question is are you ready? Preparing yourself for cosmetic surgery is important, and … read more

Keep Your Hands Looking As Young As Your Face!

Dec 1 2016

Not too long ago a woman named Ellen consulted with me for signs of ageing.  When the consultation began, I was a bit confused.  Ellen looked younger than her chronological age of 68.  She had been a long-term user of sunscreen as well as using excellent medical grade skin care products.  She was doing all … read more

How a Chemical Peel Can Benefit You

Nov 30 2016

The word “chemical” can sound frightening. And when it comes to chemical peels, the thought of putting a chemical on your face can sound downright intimidating. The fact is a chemical peel is a safe, simple and effective treatment for achieving a radiant glow. If you desire a rejuvenated appearance without having surgery, a chemical … read more

What is Scar Revision?

Nov 15 2016

When you suffer a wound to your body, it eventually heals, but the scar it leaves behind can be a constant, unsightly reminder of the injury that put it there in the first place. The good news is, in many cases a scar can be revised. Scar revision is the process of minimizing a scar’s … read more