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Where is Liposuction Most Beneficial?

Unwanted fat is a frustrating problem not only because it impacts our appearance but also because it tends to be pretty difficult to diminish with lifestyle habits. You may eat well and exercise as often as you can but still find that certain areas are plagued with squishy tissue you’d rather not have. In this… Read More »


FaceTite Houston TX

FaceTite Gives You a Lot to Smile About

Aging isn’t just about the development of fine lines and wrinkles. What many of our patients complain about the most is the way that their lower face has become loose and saggy. This change is inevitable, caused by the deterioration of the collagen and elastin matrix that supports the skin. These two proteins break down… Read More »



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Ways to a Stronger Pelvic Floor

For decades, women have heard how important it is to have a strong pelvic floor. When they reach a certain age, they realize why. Statistics indicate the one in three women experiences involuntary bladder leakage. Often referred to as stress urinary incontinence, this leakage may relate to pregnancy-related physical changes or to the vaginal atrophy… Read More »


Can Buccal Fat Removal Refine Your Look?

In recent years, we’ve seen contouring kits become a popular item. These makeup products are made to shade and highlight the midface in such a way that enhances the appearance of hallows and cheekbones. As interesting as contour kits are, they are limited in how much change they can create without looking obviously “made-up.” If… Read More »


Working Out After Male Breast Reduction

Gynecomastia may not be a well-known term just yet, but the condition it describes sure is. Many people know it as “man boobs.” According to statistics, as much as half of the male population may struggle with persistent breast enlargement. Gynecomastia is not uncommon among teens due to the correlation between breast tissue and hormone… Read More »


Put an End to That Tired-Looking Face

There may be times in life when looking tired is somewhat acceptable. Even then, most of us don’t tolerate looking fatigued for very long. As we age, the changes that occur in the epidermis and subcutaneous tissue often cause us to look tired even when we’re not. If you can relate with this problem, you… Read More »