Category Archives: Face Procedures

Facelift Bryn Mawr, PA

Is This What You’re Really After?

Long before most people set up an appointment with their cosmetic surgeon, they spend hours on the internet, scouring for information related to the cosmetic procedure they intend to have. This is an interesting pattern, this quest for solid, reliable information. What patients often discover is that their initial efforts on their path to look […]



Facelift for Men Philadelphia

Here’s What Happens During a Facelift

For men and women who want to achieve a noticeable improvement in the youthfulness of their face, there is nothing like a facelift. With so many non-surgical treatments available today, it is easy to think that the concerns you have will be successfully corrected without surgery and its recovery period. Here, we want to point […]



Feeling Old? It Could be your Neck!

Facial aging has become a hot topic in the past few decades. Men and women wanting to look younger no longer have to sneak off to rendezvous with their plastic surgeon. No. Today, we just schedule an office visit for some injectables and we’re on our way! Non-surgical treatments have taken on a life of […]



Chipmunk Cheeks. Get GALTOX

GALTOX education Muscle hypertrophy from repeat grinding of teeth when patients are sleeping may result in overly prominent masseter muscles. This can be examined by clenching ones jaw and looking at the contours of the jaw line. If the jaw line looks more pronounced and a palpable firm area is noted indicating flexed muscle then this […]



How much Filler should you get?

The optimal fill volume ratio for patient’s seeking to volumize their face is dependent on many factors. The skin turgor, underlying boney resorption of the facial super structure. It is important to remember the adage, “Beauty is not skin deep, it is BONE deep”. When we age, the boney support to our face involutes and […]



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