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Summer Beauty

With Winter Here, Now’s the Time to Start Planning Your Spring/Summer Cosmetic Schedule

Summer Beauty

Whether you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to start looking younger with Botox treatments or you’re simply ready for that filler treatment you’ve been so excited to get, now is the perfect time to start planning your cosmetic schedule with Dr. Mardirossian and his team at Mardirossian Facial Aesthetics. Remember, Spring and Summer are just around the corner so if you want to look your best you have to think about it now.

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female eyes

Why Your Eyes Show Your Age (or Youth) the Most

female eyes

Per the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s journal, Ophthalmology, people make judgements of others’ age based almost solely on their eyes and the skin around them. They say the eyes are the windows to the soul, and it seems that people can tell just how old your soul might be just by looking at them.

The Unique Study

Researcher Huy Tu Nguyen, MD, who works with the Harvard Department of Ophthalmology, along with his colleagues, studied 47 younger adults who were asked to look at and analyze the faces of older adults on a computer screen. These individuals were fitted with special eye-tracking cameras that allowed the researchers to better understand the parts of the faces the individuals looked at the longest.

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Fellow

Why Knowing Who Your Plastic Surgeon did His or Her Fellowship Under is Important

Fellow

The team at Mardirossian Facial Aesthetics knows that choosing a facial plastic surgeon or FFS surgeon can be a daunting task. After all, everyone claims to be the best, and it’s hard to know who is all talk and who can truly provide the results you want. One important factor to consider is who your surgeon did his or her fellowship under. This is vital for a few different reasons.

Plastic Surgeons are Doctors Too

All facial plastic surgeons are doctors, and they all must undergo the same basic training as a pediatrician, a general practitioner, or even a podiatrist. However, it’s once those first few years of education are over that a doctor begins to choose his or her path and specialty. When it comes to plastic surgery, it is common for people to confuse the terms “plastic surgery” and “cosmetic surgery”. A plastic surgeon is someone who is specially trained, through additional education and a fellowship program, to assist in advanced reconstructive procedures. A cosmetic surgeon, on the other hand, is someone who performs purely elective surgeries, such as facelifts designed to improve aesthetic appearance.

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New Job Botox

Starting a New Job? Why a Little Botox or Filler Can Give You a Boost in Confidence

New Job Botox

Starting a new job at any age can be quite stressful, but for anyone who’s in their mid-30s (or beyond) things are a little extra-stressful. You are entering a new environment filled with fresh, eager faces just out of college, and it’s up to you to keep up and make your voice heard. Botox and/or filler injections can help boost your self-confidence, and that translates into a job well done.

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Nonsurgical Rejuvenation Treatments

5 Nonsurgical Rejuvenation Treatments You Can Get Done Quickly

Nonsurgical Rejuvenation Treatments

If you’re desperately seeking a rejuvenation treatment to help you feel younger, fresher, and more attractive, there are plenty of non-surgical options listed as outpatient procedures that can take anywhere from 15 minutes to just a few hours. Here is a list of the top 5.

#1 – Botox Injections

Botox injections have risen in popularity over the last several years because they are safe, effective, and for most people, without unwanted side effects. Botox can help relax facial muscles in such a way that even deeper lines and wrinkles become less noticeable. It takes anywhere from 15 to 45 minutes to complete a Botox session depending on the number of areas to be treated, and while there may be some redness and swelling, most people can return to normal activities the very same day.

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liposuction, Radiofrequency-Assisted Liposuction

What is Radiofrequency-Assisted Liposuction?

liposuction, Radiofrequency-Assisted Liposuction

Liposuction has been around for decades. Up until recently, it’s been a relatively aggressive and invasive procedure designed to remove pounds of fat during a session through the use of various tools and procedures. Today’s liposuction is far different, though, and radiofrequency-assisted liposuction is making things much, much better for many people.

Traditional Liposuction

With traditional liposuction, the surgeon targets the removal of fat in certain areas across the body. The goal is to provide a smoother, more natural shape and to reduce the size of unwanted pockets of fat. The surgeon will make small incisions near the treatment area, then insert a long, hollow rod called a cannula into the layer of fat. The cannula breaks down the fat cells with heat, and then they are removed with a vacuum pump or some other form of suction. Though this has been the traditional method for many years, it is not as effective as some of the newer technologies that are available.

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Facial Mommy Makeover

What Would a Facial Mommy Makeover Look Like?

 Facial Mommy Makeover

One of the hottest trends in cosmetics and cosmetic surgery right now is the “Mommy Makeover”, which typically targets the tummy area after a woman has given birth. These surgeries might also alter the breasts, and in some cases, they even lighten the appearance of stretchmarks. A facial mommy makeover, on the other hand, would consist of different procedures designed to refresh and rejuvenate the face after childbirth.

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Botox Injections

The Surprising Versatility of Botox Injections

Botox Injections

When you think of Botox, you probably think of women who go to their doctors to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. While this is, in fact, the number one most common use of Botox, it can have a tremendous impact on lives in several unique ways. Here are five of the most surprising uses of Botox in the medical world.

#1 – Eye Spasms

Believe it or not, those little ticks you feel in your eyebrows and eyelids never go away for some people. In fact, some have dealt with eye spasms of some sort for years, learning how to deal with it the best they can. While Botox is for aging these days, it was first approved by the FDA back in 1989 for the treatment of eyelid spasms and other problems related to eye muscles.

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Rhinoplasty Can Change Your Life

How a Rhinoplasty Can Change Your Life

Rhinoplasty Can Change Your Life

People want cosmetic surgeries for a variety of reasons. Some want procedures to make them look younger, and others wish they had fuller, thicker lips. For some people, though, plastic surgery is a means to an end of a lifetime of bullying, criticism, and self-doubt. This is especially true in the case of rhinoplasty. In fact, the surgery, commonly known as the “nose job”, can change lives.

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