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The Importance of a Good Skin Care Routine

By David Funt MD
October 15, 2016
Skin Care Routine

When it comes to taking care of your body, you know that as long as you eat right, exercise often, drink a lot of water, get enough sleep, and wash your hands a lot, you are basically going to live a healthy life. However, when it comes to taking proper care of your skin, do...  read more

Don’t Be Scarred: Understanding The Different Types of Scars

By David Funt MD
September 15, 2016
scar treatment

When you were a little kid nothing was quite as cool as showing off a new scar to your friends that you earned while on the playground or from horsing around on your bike outside. And although you may have some great memories from those scars, the older you get, the less exciting scars can...  read more

3 Ways to Treat Your Acne At-Home

By David Funt MD
August 15, 2016

When you have acne, it can be embarrassing to even go outside on some days— with pimples covering your face and your skin being red and inflamed, it can make you feel less than attractive. If you suffer from acne and don’t know how to treat it, try these at-home remedies to help calm your...  read more

Enhance Your Face With Chin Implants

By David Funt MD
July 15, 2016
chin implants

If you want to enhance the look of your facial appearance and change your look up a bit, consider getting chin implants. As a surgical way to give you either a fuller looking or more chiseled looking appearance, chin implants offer patients a permanent way to transform your face into something you’ve always dreamed of....  read more

A Better Life Thanks to Plastic Surgery! Too Good to be True?

By David Funt MD
June 15, 2016
plastic surgery

Cosmetic plastic surgery is a booming field for a number of reasons.  Today, men and women feel much freer to consult with their trusted surgeon about aspects of their appearance that may not make them feel their best. Sometimes, the question about expectations may be misconstrued. Can cosmetic surgery really change your life? Let's see...  read more

Just Lost Weight? The Art Behind Gynecomastia.

By editor
May 15, 2016

Losing a massive amount of weight is a great accomplishment— not only are you doing wonders for your overall health but for your appearance as well. If you are a male who recently lost a bunch of weight but have noticed that you still have excess amounts of breast tissue and fat, then you might...  read more

Is Ear Surgery (Otoplasty) Right for Me?

By editor
December 15, 2015
Ear surgery

Otoplasty (also known as ear surgery or ear pinning) is a surgical procedure that is designed to reduce large or protruding ears. This procedure sets the ears back closer to the head and brings balance and proportion to the ears which, in turn, help improve the overall balance of your facial features. Otoplasty can be...  read more

3 Things to Know About Gynecomastia

By editor
April 15, 2016
Enlarged male breasts (gynecomastia)

If you are a male who has breasts either due to something like weight loss, weight gain, or because you took some supplements while weight training, then you might want to consider getting gynecomastia. As a safe and effective way to give you back your chest, gynecomastia can help you to regain your confidence and...  read more

How to Best Recover from a Tummy Tuck

By editor
March 15, 2016
Tummy Tuck

Tummy tuck surgery, or most commonly known as abdominoplasty in the medical field, is a surgery that involves removing excess skin, tissue, and even sometimes fat from the abdominal region, in order to give patients a more taut looking tummy. Whether you want to get a tummy tuck done because of recent weight loss, age,...  read more

Rhinoplasty Recovery

By editor
February 15, 2016
Rhinoplasty (Nose Surgery)  Rhinoplasty

Your nose has been bugging you your entire life. You look at pictures and think, “If only I didn’t have that nose.” And so you finally make the decision to get a rhinoplasty, or most commonly referred to as a nose job. However, although you might be prepared to undergo the surgery itself, it’s important...  read more