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  • Acne

    Acne is one of the most common skin conditions in the world, and it can affect people of any age or background. It’s almost guaranteed that all of us have either struggled with acne, or know someone who has.

  • Trouble Breathing

    Breathing is, as you know, one of the most important ways our body keeps us alive, and, for many people, it occurs subconsciously. Many people struggle with breathing issues due to a nose shape that can cause blockages or prevent movement of air throughout the nose.

  • Discoloration

    Discoloration can be defined as a shift in the natural color of your skin, and this issue can be a result of several factors, including past illnesses or infections, allergies, acne, and genetics. In some cases, it might also be the result of certain medical conditions, so we’ll make sure to go over your medical history with you during our consultation.

  • Double Chin

    There are several causes that can lead to the appearance of a double chin, and many of these often combine to produce this extra fat. A double chin isn’t exclusive to people who are overweight–people of various body types can have extra fat build up under the chin.

  • Nasal Hump

    Our nose is one of the first facial features we hone in on when we look in the mirror–and it’s also one of the first things others notice about us. However, for many people, a bump or hump on the nose might cause inner frustration or lowered self-esteem.

  • Hyperpigmentation

    Hyperpigmentation occurs when certain areas of our skin become darker than others. For many people, this process is natural and, in most cases, harmless. Hyperpigmentation can affect people of multiple skin tones and type, and it doesn’t usually indicate that there’s a deeper issue going on.

  • Loss of Volume

    Experiencing some level of volume loss in the face is a universal experience as we age. It usually happens gradually, but it can still be jarring to look in the mirror and see someone we don’t recognize. There is beauty in the aging process, and volume loss should never be a cause of embarrassment or ridicule.

  • Pore Size

    If you’ve looked in the mirror and done a double-take because of the visibility of your pores, know that you’re not alone. Insecurities about pore size are incredibly common. It’s natural for pore size to vary between different individuals, and larger pores are not inherently worse than smaller ones.

  • Round Face

    Having a round face is often a cause of genetics. Many people are born with full cheeks, and this might remain into their adulthood. For others, significant changes in weight may lead to a fuller appearance of the face. Our practice offers a choice of procedures to address this cosmetic concern and set you on the path to restored confidence and self-esteem.

  • Sun Damage

    After years of spending unprotected time in the sun, your skin will start to show the effects. Some of the changes that can occur include age spots (darkened patches on the skin), wrinkles, and veins that are highly visible. It can also cause complexion concerns, making it difficult to maintain an even skin tone. These effects are also a result of tanning beds. And, of course, sunscreen is an important method of preventing serious skin-related illnesses.

  • Thin Lips

    Thin lips can emerge from a variety of factors. Many people have naturally thin lips due to genetics, and this might not change as they age. Thankfully, whatever the cause or reason might be, there are now a wide variety of solutions available for you to consider if this is something you’re struggling with.

  • Wrinkles

    Our skin will naturally change throughout our lives, often without us noticing. The muscles beneath our skin are constantly moving without us even thinking about it–when we smile, when we laugh, when we furrow our brows. Being expressive is a beautiful thing. However, the changes in our skin can become more dramatic as we reach older ages, creating the appearance of wrinkles. Wrinkles can emerge from a combination of continuous muscle movement and skin that’s lost its elasticity. As we age, we produce less collagen, as well, which can make our skin appear looser and less vibrant. Wrinkles can appear on multiple areas of the body, but they’re often most noticeable on the hands, the neck, and, perhaps most of all, the face.

  • Lax Facial Skin (Turkey Neck)

    “Turkey neck” might be an unpleasant phrase, but it’s commonly used to describe the appearance of loose skin around the neck and face. As we age, our skin and bodies will naturally and inevitably change, and this will look different on each individual person. Some people develop significant loosening of the skin around the neck, creating a drooping or hanging appearance.

  • Jowls

    “Jowls” refers to skin that has lost its elasticity and begun to sage below the jaw, creating a hanging effect. This can be made more prominent by wrinkles. Several factors can lead to jowls, with aging, of course, being the biggest one. Genetic factors may play a role in how the aging process affects individuals.

  • Droopy Eyelids

    Over the years, our skin can lose elasticity, creating a loose or drooping appearance. In some cases, areas of drooping skin can cause physical and emotional discomfort. This can be true for the eyelids, which can sag downwards with time and gravity.

  • Heavy Eyebrows

    Sagging of the brow, or heavy eyebrows, are largely caused by the aging process. Our skin loses its ability to stretch and remain tight, causing it to sag downwards as gravity acts upon it.

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