How Does Botox® Help Reduce Wrinkles?

As a facial plastic surgeon specializing in administering Botox® in Atlanta, I talk to a lot of patients who wonder how Botox® reduces wrinkles on the face. Many patients are interested in Botox® because they want to rejuvenate their facial features or want to relax the appearance of their face. Some patients say people tell…

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Top Questions to Ask Before Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty is one of the most common facial plastic surgery procedures in Atlanta and it’s easy to see why. Rhinoplasty, also called nose surgery, is a minimally invasive procedure with dramatic results. Simply adjusting the size or shape of the nose can improve the appearance of the entire face. Nose surgery boosts confidence and can…

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How Often Are Botox Treatments Needed?

Botox® treatments in Atlanta have been steadily on the rise for years, and with good reason. If administered correctly by a skilled facial plastic surgeon, the results will be subtle, soft and natural looking. You’ll still look like you, just slightly more youthful and better rested. Unfortunately, not everyone administering Botox® treatments has the skill…

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What are the Benefits of a Neck Lift?

The neck often shows distinct signs of aging before the rest of the facial area. The dreaded “turkey neck” is also one of the most difficult signs of aging to conceal. Luckily, a simple and straightforward procedure can eliminate sagging and banding of the neck with minimal scarring. If you’re considering scheduling a neck lift…

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Benefits of Hand Rejuvenation

My goal as a facial plastic surgeon in Atlanta is to help people feel confident about how they look. I know that facial plastic surgery garners a great deal of attention because your face is the first thing people notice about you. However, your hands are also visible for all to see. People often overlook…

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Understanding MOHS Surgery

Thousands of people in Atlanta are diagnosed with skin cancer every year. As of 2011, skin cancer rates in Georgia ranged from 22.9 to 34.1 per 100,000 residents. Unfortunately, skin cancer often develops on the face. As a facial plastic surgeon in Atlanta, I often encounter people dealing with this situation. They are often worried…

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