Rhinoplasty Recovery in Boston

One of the most common questions regarding any nose reshaping procedure is what the recovery process will be like. Rhinoplasty recovery is different for every patient but this blog provides information on what the general process is like as well as instruction on what will help or hinder your recovery. Menu Rhinoplasty Recovery Time Rhinoplasty…

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Types of Breast Lift Procedures in Boston

Some women’s breasts significantly sag or droop due to aging or after weight loss or pregnancy. This can be a source of great insecurity for these women and leave them desiring a breast lift to reposition their breasts and tighten the breast tissue. There are multiple types of breast lift procedures and techniques that aim…

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Skin Tightening Treatments in Boston

After weight-loss or pregnancy many patients have concerns over loose or sagging skin across their face or body. There are various skin tightening treatments available to patients including surgical procedures and minimally invasive non-surgical procedures. This blog explains some of the most common skin tightening treatments available to patients and provides information on the potential…

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Ethnic Rhinoplasty in Boston: A Patient’s Guide

Boston Ethnic Rhinoplasty refers to a rhinoplasty procedure that enhances a patient’s natural nose shape while preserving their anatomical ethnicity. Every nose is different. Often, nose reshaping surgeries require subtle changes that make a significant impact to a patient’s aesthetic. That’s why rhinoplasty procedures require such a high degree of surgical precision and accuracy. Although…

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Facial Symmetry Surgery: A Patient’s Guide

Facial symmetry surgery is a procedure that can use a variety of techniques that may include dermal fillers, Botox, or other surgical procedures to enhance facial symmetry. Perceived facial asymmetry is one of the most common concerns plastic surgery patients have.  What is Facial Asymmetry?  Types of Facial Asymmetry Causes of Facial Asymmetry What is…

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