Inside Cosmetic Surgery speaks with Dr. Mark Cohen about the often overlooked area of the face between the upper eyelids and the hairline: the forehead.
Check out this interview as Dr. Cohen explains how the introduction of hyaluronic acid fillers caused a gradual transition from traditional brow lifts to less invasive forehead rejuvenation.Read Dr. Marc Cohen on the Importance of Forehead Rejuvenation article
Restylane, one of the most popular hyaluronic acid dermal fillers for medium to deep facial lines, is now FDA approved for use in lip augmentation procedures.
Restylane had previous FDA approval for its use to improve the look of facial folds. The FDA can approve a company’s “New Drug Application,” and can work with the manufacturer [...]
What exactly is mid face rejuvenation? In this Inside Cosmetic Surgery interview, we speak with Dr. Achih Chen, of The Georgia Center, about where the mid face lies, and why this area is so often overlooked. Dr. Chen goes into detail on why facial implants are so different from breast implants, and why filling the nasiolabial folds isn’t always enough.
He answers our questions on how long mid face implants last, why the implants never leak, how this procedure stacks up to fat transfer and other injectable fillers, and so much more. Listen to the detailed interview, or read through the transcript below to find out what you need to know about mid face rejuvenation.Read Midface Rejuvenation with Dr. Achih Chen article
On our latest installment of Inside Cosmetic Surgery, we speak with Dr. Robert Kotler, formerly on the E! show, Dr. 90210. Dr. Kotler provides great insight on what patients can do BEFORE they even set foot in a surgeon’s office, to make sure they are going to get the best possible result for their facial cosmetic surgery. Dr. Kotler also responds to our reader’s questions here on Cosmetic Surgery Today! Have a question you’d like to ask Dr. Kotler? Pop on over to our Ask The Doctor page to submit your question!Read Dr. Robert Kotler, of Dr. 90210, Speaks On Cosmetic Facial Surgery article
Signs of aging such as laugh lines, crow’s feet, brown spots, and wrinkles start to become more visible on the skin’s surface as we get older. This is because old cells are shed from the dermis, or the first layer of the skin; the newer ones, which are produced in the middle layer, or the [...]Read DOT Therapy: Removing the signs of aging article