The Final Touch to Your Facelift

Posted on: September 20th, 2018 By: Dr. Edmon Khoury

The facelift is a popular facial procedure because it addresses several cosmetic issues simultaneously. Patients who choose this treatment can enjoy a more youthful lower face and smile with confidence. However, the beauty of the facelift is that other procedures can be combined with it to create even more stunning results. Adding a neck lift […] [ Read More ]

Look as Vivacious as You Feel With Blepharoplasty

Posted on: September 5th, 2018 By: Dr. Edmon Khoury

Puffy, saggy eyes are obvious and often unwelcome indicators of the aging process. Sometimes, excessively aged eyes can cause a person to appear older and more tired than they are, making it difficult to express themselves accurately. Blepharoplasty creates a refreshed, natural-looking facial appearance by removing excess tissue from the eyelids. Some patients may benefit […] [ Read More ]

5 Summer Habits That Cause Skin Damage

Posted on: September 18th, 2017 By: Dr. Edmon Khoury

Once the weather warms up, most people cannot wait to soak in the sunshine. It is tempting to shed winter clothes and jump into the pool to cool off. Before participating in outdoor recreation, however, it is crucial to be aware of the summer habits that can cause skin damage. Skin damage can lead to […] [ Read More ]

Eyelid Lift: The Fine Line Between Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery

Posted on: July 24th, 2017 By: Dr. Edmon Khoury

Eyelid lift surgery, or blepharoplasty, is one of the most popular plastic surgeries performed to this day. An eyelid lift can revitalize and shave years off of your appearance, but not all eyelid lift patients choose blepharoplasty for aesthetic reasons. Eyelid Lift for Practicality Those with severely droopy eyelids may suffer from dermatochalasis, or excessive […] [ Read More ]

Why Choose a Surgeon Who Offers Complimentary Consultations?

Posted on: May 23rd, 2017 By: Dr. Edmon Khoury

The initial consultation is where the prospect of surgery either continues or ends. This one-on-one, doctor-patient appointment accomplishes several things: Informs the patient about the procedure(s) they are considering. Assesses the individual’s physical anatomy, health history, and goals for the procedure. Provides available options based on these factors. Allows for the surgeon to show results […] [ Read More ]

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