Are My Eyelids Aging My Appearance?

Posted on: March 24th, 2016 By: Dr. Edmon Khoury

“The face is the mirror of the mind, and eyes without speaking confess the secrets of the heart.” – St. Jerome So many emotions can be communicated through our eyes. Without speaking, we tell others that we’re happy, sad, nervous, surprised, or upset. The ability to disguise our true feelings is preferred in some settings, […] [ Read More ]

Achieving Overall Facial Rejuvenation

Posted on: March 7th, 2016 By: Dr. Edmon Khoury

Improving a specific area of the face is typically done because of a specific facial problem. All procedures are tailored to fit the individual patient’s needs and desires. For many, a single procedure designed for a target area of correction will provide the youthful facial enhancement they desire. However, patients with more extensive aging will […] [ Read More ]

Liposculpting for a Slimmer Appearance

Posted on: January 7th, 2016 By: Dr. Edmon Khoury

One unfortunate side effect of aging is how the tissues and structures of your face will change. Your skin and muscle tone will become more lax, and fat cells will shift or accumulate in unwanted areas. When fat displacement occurs, the selective removal of fat can help you to look younger. Liposculpting is an advanced procedure […] [ Read More ]

The Cure for Chubby Cheeks

Posted on: December 10th, 2015 By: Dr. Edmon Khoury

While chubby cheeks are considered adorable and kissable on little children and babies, they’re often a source of self-consciousness for adults. Many adults feel that their round, plump cheeks make them look like they have a baby face or a fat face – but there is a cure. The cure for chubby cheeks is buccal […] [ Read More ]

Don’t Neglect Your Neck

Posted on: November 17th, 2015 By: Dr. Edmon Khoury

Your neck is a powerful bridge of vertebrae and muscles that holds up your head. When you raise your chin up and hold your head high, you might feel like you’re ready to conquer the world. However, if your neck skin is wrinkled and saggy, you may not feel much like holding your head high. […] [ Read More ]

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