The right age for a nose job While procedures such as the eye lift, the brow lift and the face lift are usually performed to reverse the effects of aging, the nose job is most often performed to actually improve on nature. Otoplasty (ear surgery) is similar, but where otoplasty can be performed on very…

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Deciding if an eye lift is right for you If you want an eye lift, you should be health, with no medical conditions. Blurry vision, dry eye, double vision, diabetes or thyroid problems would make an eye lift a bad idea. If you smoke, you should stop before undergoing the surgery, as it makes your…

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The nose job, and the followup If you’re planning to get a nose job, you should begin preparing now for what comes after. How you handle it will play a significant role in the success of your rhinoplasty. To begin with, you won’t be in any shape to drive home afterward, so get someone to…

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Rejuvenating the midface We know when we’re looking older, but we don’t often think about what the signs of aging are. The signs of aging in the midface are created not just by sagging skin, but by loss of volume due to deposits of fat shrinking and migrating downwards. The endotine face lift, a procedure…

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So you’ve had a bad nose job According to the Web site Real Self, 90% of those who rated their nose jobs in the last two years said that they were worth it. Unfortunately, somebody has to be in that one in ten. If the shape of your new nose is obviously wrong, a number…

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Questions people have about face lifts Many people have questions about face lifts. Here are some common ones. How long does a face lift last? It depends on the procedure. A face lift that only involves the skin will last three to six years, but it will last longer if there are additional treatments, such…

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A nose job can be something to be proud of Over a hundred thousand people get rhinoplasties every year, and the vast majority of them are very pleased with the results. According to a recent study, 3.3 percent of rhinoplasties (about one in thirty) need revision, and according to the Web site Real Self, 90%…

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Three common types of surgery If you’re interested in plastic surgery, you don’t want to accept an e-mailed offer of discounted laser treatment or BOTOX. These are often performed by unqualified personnel, and the results aren’t what you want to look like. When looking for a plastic surgeon in Charlotte, one good place for recommendations…

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Best SEO in Charlotte or a scam? Does a company offer the “BEST SEO IN CHARLOTTE” or is it a scam?  There are so many people offering SEO, website design, social media marketing and online marketing on the internet today- who do you trust? Which ones are just novices- fresh out of class- just wanting…

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From the Pyramids to the waiting room Rhinoplasty is a very old form of surgery. The ancient Egyptians had techniques for reconstructing the nose. In India in the sixth century B.C., surgeons reshaped skin from the forehead or cheek of the patient. Techniques were also known to the ancient Romans. In the sixteenth century, rhinoplasty…

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