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Injectable Filler Options

Published: 01/10/2012 in Face

There are many forms of injections that people get to fix various problems in their faces. Things like deep smile lines around the mouth and lips, deep crow’s feet and forehead lines and creases are all things that many people get injectables for.

Is Botox Right for Me?

Published: 09/16/2013 in Face

Originally introduced in the 1980's as a treatment for optic muscle disorders, Botox is commonly used these days to treat moderate to severe wrinkles, frown lines, crow's feet and forehead furrows.

What are Fat Injections?

Published: 12/12/2011 in Body

Fat injections are increasingly popular procedures that can help improve the appearance of thin lips, hollow cheeks, aging facial features and unsightly scars.

Before you settle for cut-rate treatment from an inexperienced physician, do your due diligence and take advantage of FloridaPlasticSurgeons.com as your complete resource to finding reputable, board-certified plastic surgeons in Florida.

What You Should Know About Rhinoplasty

Published: 09/16/2013 in Face

If you have difficulty breathing owed to a deviated septum, or you'd like to correct a bump or hook on your nose; rhinoplasty surgery can help restore proper function and improve the overall look of your face.

The Benefits of Laser Hair Removal

Published: 12/12/2011 in Body

Unlike tweezing, waxing, shaving, and depilatory creams, laser hair removal provides results that last up to 17 weeks.

The Changing Face of the Facelift

Published: 12/12/2011 in Face

Today plastic surgeons have a variety of facelifts available to patients that are better individually suited to the patient’s age and needs for facial rejuvenation.

What are Chemical Peels?

Published: 12/12/2011 in Face

Chemical peels can help improve the look of fine lines, enlarged pores, hyperpigmentation, sun damage, freckling and scarring.

South Florida, which has always been known for its reputation of surf, sun and, especially, rejuvenation still hold those claims to fame, but it has quickly become one of the utmost “hot spots” for plastic surgery centers and spas.

Restylane is a non-animal-based hyaluronic acid. Once injected, the hyaluronic acid adheres to the skin, while attracting and absorbing water to provide and preserve renewed skin volume and eliminate deep-set wrinkles.