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Aug

Know Your Lasers (Your Skin Will Thank You)

Most of us have a history of at least some bad behavior when it comes to the sun, and we’ve got the skin damage to prove it: brown spots, uneven texture, and wrinkles. But there’s a bright side to this story, and it comes in the form of laser skin resurfacing. Us...

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18

Aug

What’s really causing your upper eyelids to droop?

A natural sign or aging is often sagging upper eyelids. It happens to everyone to one degree or another and can be even more pronounced if droopy eyelids show up earlier in life because they run in your family. Contact Us to Schedule an Appointment Today Sun damage and smoking ca...

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18

Aug

What are your eyes saying about you?

If your eyes are saying you’re tired, sad or even that you’re older than you are, that can be cause for frequent frustration. Droopy, saggy skin and puffiness, along with dark circles, could all be sending the wrong message about your age, mood, and health. There are...

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18

Aug

Think You Know All About Botox Injections? Better Think Again

These days, many people today are turning to Botox injections to treat their fine lines and wrinkles. While these injections have been around for quite some time, there are a few things that people still don’t know about them. Botox is commonly used for combatting lines an...

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Aug

Botox for Wrinkles, Mind & Soul

For most people, Botox means smoothing forehead wrinkles and looking younger. While this is true and Botox is the most common cosmetic procedure performed in the U.S., there are benefits that are more than skin deep. Medical applications of Botox include treatment and prevention...

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