How to Prevent Crow’s Feet

While the fountain of youth remains ever elusive, we must face the reality that we are all getting older. Even so, there are some ways we can prevent or at least slow down certain symptoms of aging. Crow’s feet, or wrinkles at the outer corners of the eyes, can be prevented or minimized by making […]

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Which Injectable Is Right for Me?

No matter your gender, the aging process affects the appearance of your face as you get older. Over time, fine lines and wrinkles typically worsen, developing into deep creases and a loss of volume in the face. To combat the effects of aging and restore a noticeably more youthful appearance to the face, Dr. Larry […]

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Wrinkle Relief With Injectable Fillers

As we age, our faces begin to lose volume and develop wrinkles. Over time, these effects become more apparent, making many people look older than they really are. If this sounds like you, perhaps you should consider undergoing cosmetic treatment with injectable fillers. What Are Injectable Fillers? Injectable fillers are substances that are made out […]

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Botox Alternative, San Diego

Xeomin For the last 10 years or more Botox has been the main “go to” treatment for wrinkles on the forehead, frown lines, and crow’s feet.  Botox, or botulinum toxin A is manufactured by Allergan and has been just about the only reliable treatment available.  A few years ago, a competitor entered the market called […]

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San Diego Liquid Facelift or Nonsurgical Facelift

What is a liquid facelift? It seems as though there are often trendy buzz words used in the world of cosmetic and plastic surgery and keeping up with what they all mean can be a daunting task.  The liquid facelift or is one of the hottest new trends in non-surgical facial rejuvenation.  For those who […]

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Age-Maintenance in San Diego

How can I look younger? We all know the anti-aging basics. (In a word: Sunscreen). Here’s the skin-care news you can use to start looking younger right now! “You look so young.”   These are the words we long to hear- and we will go to great (silly and expensive) lengths to hear them. But […]

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