Category Archives: Facial Surgery

Popular Plastic Surgery Procedures for Men

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Very frequently I get asked by male patients in my practice whether or not it’s common for other men to have plastic surgery procedures. These men are usually very sheepish when asking this question, thinking that they are alone in … Continue reading

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Resting Bitchface Syndrome? Help is on the way!

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Earlier this week, a patient in her thirties came into the office complaining of “resting bitch face”. When I reported that I had never heard of this particular affliction, she gave me a shocked (and somewhat bitchy) look. After I … Continue reading

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Plastic Surgery Can Make You More Likeable!

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It’s now been proven – plastic surgery can actually make you more likable to other people. We’ve always known that plastic surgery can make you look younger, but a study published earlier this month in the journal JAMA Facial Plastic … Continue reading

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Open Your Eyes!

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Our eyes are our most important facial features and the “windows to our soul.”  We don’t want them sending the wrong messages: that we are mostly tired, sad, or angry.  By our mid 30’s and early 40’s, aging and genetics … Continue reading

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Simple Steps to Lessen Your Down Time after Facelift and other Facial Cosmetic Surgery

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You may feel ready for a facelift, eyelid surgery, or nose job (rhinoplasty), but are hesitant because the recovery seems too daunting to undertake.  That being said, the typical recovery period only lasts 2-3 weeks and there are steps you … Continue reading

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Nonsurgical alternatives to a more youthful appearance

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You may be noticing a few more wrinkles on your face and feel like you’re looking a bit tired these days regardless of your beauty routine.  You’re not quite ready for a surgical facelift, but you’d like to do something … Continue reading

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Aging gracefully after a facelift

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It’s tough for anyone to watch his or her youthful appearance start to fade.  Eating well and exercising regularly does wonders to maintain a great appearance, but it still can’t prevent loose skin, bags under the eyes and sagging jowls.  … Continue reading

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The Dallas Facelift with Dr. Sam Jejurikar

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When it comes to facial rejuvenation, facelift is still considered the gold standard. Facelift, otherwise known as facial rhytidectomy, drastically improves signs of aging in the face and entails repositioning deep facial soft tissue and tightening the overlying skin. A … Continue reading

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Dallas Chin Implant (Chin Augmentation) – the “Chinplant”

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Have you ever thought about having a stronger, more chiseled chin? If so, you are not alone! Recent data released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons revealed that chin implant placement (“chinplant”) is the fastest growing plastic surgery trend … Continue reading

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Dallas Facelift – what do I need to know?

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Facelift remains the gold standard for facial rejuvenation. Although many great noninvasive (Juvederm, Restylane. Botox, Ulthera, Thermage, etc.) and minimally invasive (Fraxel laser, chemical peel, dermabrasion) options exist for facial rejuvenation, none of these treatments can achieve the same level … Continue reading

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