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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.

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Often referred to as Botox's first cousin, Dysport is an injectable wrinkle filler recently approved for the treatment of frown lines and forehead wrinkles.

Microdermabrasion is considered appropriate and effective for both light-and dark-skinned patients; however, it is not for those with sensitive skin, extensive hyperpigmentation, skin disorders, sunburns, severe acne scars and advanced signs of aging

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.

Fuller Lips Through Lip Augmentation

Published: 12/12/2011 in Face

These days, many have improved their physical appeal through lip augmentation with implants and cosmetic dermal fillers.

FloridaPlasticSurgeons.com is your #1 Trusted source for Plastic Surgery, so if you're dissatisfied with the appearance of your body, face or skin, find a florida plastic surgeon to consult with about a cosmetic procedure that may be right for you.

Mole Removal and Why it’s Important

Published: 12/12/2011 in Body

Mole removal is a common surgical procedure aimed at eliminating potentially-cancerous or unsightly minor malformations of the skin.

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.

Laser treatments are also quicker and easier than electrolysis and safer than oral medications, which may come with unpleasant or dangerous side effects.