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What is Zerona?

Historically, when a person has wanted to reduce the circumference of their thighs, hips, waist, or other areas, they had only one option: liposuction. If you’ve struggled with stubborn fat that persists regardless of your diet and lifestyle habits, you may have wondered if liposuction was in your future, too. Maybe not. In recent years, Read the Rest   &#x25B6


Fat Injections for Facial Rejuvenation: What to Expect

The idea of using fat from one part of the body to enhance another used to be tossed around in a humorous way. Through innovation in medicine, we can now look at this concept much more seriously. Fat injections, or fat transfer, is now commonly used to restore youthful contours to the aging face. Fat Read the Rest   &#x25B6


Treating Gynecomastia with Liposuction

Overdeveloped breast tissue is a problem for many men, yet it’s a problem we still don’t hear enough about. When a man has so much breast tissue that his chest resembles that of a woman, his self-confidence can decline significantly. Recent advances in plastic surgery enable board-certified surgeons to correct this issue, often using a Read the Rest   &#x25B6


Choosing the Body Contouring Procedure That’s Right for You

We’ve long been taught that to look the way we want, we must reach a particular weight. That weight is generally calculated based on our overall body frame. So, if you’re five-foot-ten, your ideal body weight would be significantly different than a person measuring five-feet even. The thing about this concept of height-to-weight ratio is Read the Rest   &#x25B6


How Fat can Rejuvenate Your Face

Historically, facial rejuvenation has required surgical lifting techniques. While procedures such as blepharoplasty eyelid rejuvenation continue to be popular, fewer people are undergoing full facelift procedures these days. Instead, they are choosing minimally invasive procedures that achieve subtle but beautiful results. Fat grafting is a prime example. We are pleased to offer this service in Read the Rest   &#x25B6


Treating Facial Skin Wrinkles

Wrinkled or crepey facial skin is caused by an interplay of the skin and how it ages, gravity, loss of supporting volume, and action of the underlying muscles. As we age, the skin stops producing both collagen (the substance that gives the skin its thickness and strength) and elastin (the substance that makes the skin Read the Rest   &#x25B6


What You Need to Know About Fillers

Which Filler Works Where? A filler, by present aesthetic definition, is an injectable substance used to correct wrinkles, folds, or volume loss in the body, particularly the face.  As fillers have evolved, they have replaced early facelifts, redo facelifts, facial implants, and many other surgical procedures such as lower blepharoplasty, peels, and laser resurfacing in Read the Rest   &#x25B6


Spend Less Time Focusing on Fitness and Still Feel Fabulous with Laser Body Slimming

It is no secret that many people would like to reduce fatty deposits on one or more area of their body. Typically, this goal has been associated with a lot of hard work, a lot of discomfort, or both. It doesn’t have to. If you have a goal of revealing a slimmer version of you Read the Rest   &#x25B6


Fillers or Blepharoplasty: What is the Best Option for You?

The eye area is a point of concern for many adults. Several different problems under the eyes can cause frustrating problems, such as puffy bags, lines or dark circles. These can be caused by the stretching of the eyelid skin, descent of the tissues or loss of supporting tissues. You may have heard of filler treatment Read the Rest   &#x25B6


Eliminating Lip Wrinkles

Wrinkles around the lips are caused by multiple factors. The first is thinning of the skin and loss of its elasticity. This happens partially with age as the body stops making collagen and elastic tissue continuously at about 30 years of age, and partially from sun exposure. Secondly, the underlying muscle acts to accordion the Read the Rest   &#x25B6