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Permanent Lip Enhancement Procedure vs. Temporary Filler: Which Is Right for Me

Permanent Lip Enhancement Procedure vs. Temporary Filler

Permanent Lip Enhancement Procedure vs. Temporary Filler: Which Is Right for Me? Deciding on any type of plastic surgery is a big decision, especially facial plastic surgery because your face is the first thing someone sees when they look at you. That’s why you want to make sure you’re choosing the right type of procedure…..

Not All Fillers Are Created Equal: Which Filler Is Right for You?

Facial Fillers

Not All Fillers Are Created Equal: Which Filler Is Right for You? There is a wide variety of dermal fillers available on the market today. Each of these fillers has a different purpose, can be injected into different parts of your body and can address different concerns. Not all fillers are created equal. Each type….

Celebrities and Social Media and the Increasing Demand for Facial Plastic Surgery

Plastic Surgery & Celebrities

Celebrities and Social Media and the Increasing Demand for Facial Plastic Surgery In the past, plastic surgery was primarily used to help people hide the effects of aging. Fast forward a generation and things have changed. The world of plastic surgery has opened up, and the range of services available for people in their twenties….

What Is the Difference Between a Facelift, Neck Lift, and Mini Lift?

Top Facial Plastic Surgeon in Denver

What Is the Difference Between a Facelift, Neck Lift, and Mini Lift? If you’ve been looking into having facial plastic surgery, you know there are many different procedures to choose from. Each one has its benefits, so it’s important to know what to expect from each one so that you get the results you’re looking….

What You Need to Know About Skin Cancer Reconstruction Surgery

Facial Plastic Surgery in Denver

What You Need to Know About Skin Cancer Reconstruction Surgery Finding out you have skin cancer can be a scary diagnosis. Unfortunately, it is a common diagnosis with approximately 9,500 Americans getting the news each day, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Research also indicates that nonmelanoma skin cancer affects more than 3 million….