Category: Cosmetic Repair

Torn Earlobe Repair

Today, both men and women are enhancing their appearance with ear jewelry like rings, posts, and other items that have adorned ears since ancient times. Unfortunately, the weight or tauma can pull through delicate tissue leaving a visible and hard to cover tear or notch in the lobe. There are various reasons or causes for this, but fear no more cosmetic rejuvenation and anti aging techniques including total earlobe repair and reconstruction are now perfected.

Is it difficult to Fix My Saggy Aging Eyes?

No today there are many procedure that solve the problems of aging eyes . Just be sure and go to a reputable Doctor. Our Dr. Lisa Zdinak is a Ophthalmic plastic surgeon. She has advanced training in procedures involving the eyelids, the eyebrows, and their surrounding structures.

The following problems can be corrected by Dr. Zdinak

Upper eyelid and lower eyelid “bags” [Upper Eyelid 1. eyesBlepharoplasty/Transconjunctival Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty]

Drooping Eyelids [Ptosis Repair]2.eyes

Surgical Eyebrow Lift [Internal Browpexy]3-eyes-total-lids

Surgical Correction of Eyelid Shape [Lateral Canthopexy]4-eyes-blephupfema2

CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing of the Eyelids5-eyes

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Celebrity Faces Then and Now

As you will see some Celebrity Faces showed much improvement after treatment and some should have left themselves alone. But whichever way, this is an interesting study of Celebrity Faces Then and Now

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For many, pierced ears can become a problem after a few years of wearing heavy jewelry or being torn by accident. Most earlobe problems come from wearing too heavy earrings and jewelry causing the holes to become stretched and torn. At this point a simple and fast earlobe repair procedure may be just the thing for you.

Look at these before and after photos

Whether your earlobes are partially torn or worse, the repair procedure is performed using local anesthesia and you can go home right after the repair is completed.

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Since the introduction of the new and updated Thermage skin improvement technology in 2009, thousands of patients continue to see their dermatologists for skin problems like fine lines and wrinkles on the facial area of their bodies.

Thermage has gained a fantastic success rate for all of the treatments Thermage offers for skin tightening and body contouring. These are non surgery treatments and FDA approved and available only at trained and certified physician medical offices. No matter what the skin problem might be, contact your dermatologist and ask about the skin tightening miracles taking place by using the Thermage treatments.

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Carboxytherapy for Dark Eye Circles, Stretch Marks, & Cellulite

A great innovative treatment for dark eye cirlces, stretch marks, and even cellulite is growing in popularity called Carboxytherapy. This treatment consists of injecting very small amounts of carbon dioxide into the area around the eyes to be treated, causing the body to bring more oxygen to the area through the blood stream.



Oxygenating the area of treatment allows for improved healing by nourishing the skin, building and remodeling collagen and elastin in the area which ultimately smooths out the skin and even cellulite. The process leaves the skin tighter and firmer, brighter and smoother. The treatment process weakens and destroys fat cells and results in fewer fat cells. Talk to a local cosmetic dermatologist for a specific consultation regarding your particular conditions or to answer any question you may have. Give Carboxytherapy a try, it really works !!

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In the Sun Too Long? Try Microdermabrasion

Summer is almost here and most of us will get our share of sunshine, tanning and sunburn too. What can we do for our skin that has been exposed to excessive sunshine over the years?

There are a wide variety of cosmetic dermatology treatments available today, for sun damage. Because sun damage involves damage to the skin’s natural collagen, collagen injections can be used to treat wrinkles and lines caused by to much exposure to the sun. Chemical peels and various abrasive procedures are another option for sun damage treatment.



Microdermabrasion, a procedure that exfoliates the outer layers of the skin with a spray of fine crystals, can also be used to stimulate new skin growth. There are also a variety of laser and light techniques available to treat sun-damaged skin. Proper exercise and weight is also important to maintaining good all around skin conditions as well as the intake regularly of certain vitamins and minerals.

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