In order to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus, the CDC (center for disease control) recommends the following: ·Avoid close contact with people who are sick. ·Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. ·Stay home when you are sick. Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. ·Clean… continue reading.
The shape and position of the eyebrows is a reflection of one’s youth and mood. A fatigued and tired appearance caused by drooping of the eyebrow is often one of the earliest signs of aging. The eye appears crowded and smaller than normal, with abnormal fullness of the upper lids. Frown lines, permanent creases between… continue reading.
Do you wish for longer darker eyelashes? Latisse is a great option. You can use more mascara, eyelash extensions or apply a solution to the eyelashes once a day. Hypotrichosis means having inadequate or not enough eyelashes. Latisse was the first FDA approved prescription to treat this problem. The key ingredient in Latisse has been… continue reading.
By Dr. William Anderson Do your eyelids look puffy? Do people say you look tired? Bulging fat in the lower eyelids leads to bags or puffiness. Skin laxity or crepe skin along with puffiness leads to a tired eye appearance. Blepharoplasty is the broad medical term applied to operations designed to lift, remove, and reposition sagging and… continue reading.
If the shape of your nose bothers you, there are options. The bone, cartilage and soft tissues of the nose can be reduced in size, rearranged or changed to obtain a desirable natural looking result. This is often accomplished through rhinoplasty surgery. Subtle changes can also be created with fillers and Botox. The improvement in… continue reading.