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Archive for January, 2011

WHY VOLUME MATTERS

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

 

 

We often see patients who complain that they suddenly look older – occasionally they will pinpoint a specific time when they believe that the aging process began.

WHY VOLUME MATTERS

Often this realization reflects an abrupt awareness that the shape of their face has changed. This is a component of the process of facial aging; your face changes, fat deposits shift, and skin loosens up.

Wrinkles normally visible only when smiling or frowning may now be present constantly.  Ridges, bumps, and folds have begun to interrupt the smooth facial surface contours of youth.  It becomes frustrating to be asked repeatedly if you are tired and angry when you actually feel well rested and happy.  There is a tipping point that each of us has where the slowly progressive, cumulative changes that have been occurring are perceived as aging.  This awareness frequently creates the desire to do something to counteract or at least slow down the process.

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WELCOME TO OUR NEW PLASTIC SURGERY BLOG!

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

Everything you will read in our plastic surgery blog will reflect our core belief in producing a natural outcome from both injectable treatments and surgery.  We strive for subtle, beautiful results that do not broadcast to the world that you’ve “had work”. It can be difficult making a decision about treatment options on your own after researching the vast amount of information accessible to you with a few clicks on the computer keyboard.

We seek to enhance your ability to select a procedure that is right for you by deepening your understanding of all of the available choices.  Our mission is to address frequently asked questions, inform you about emerging technology, and provide you with an “insider’s” perspective on the always evolving world of plastic surgery.

Feel free to post any questions or concerns you may have and we will do our best to answer them quickly, thoroughly, and as openly as possible.  If there is something new you would like to discuss or have a suggestion for a topic for our blog, please share it with us.

Dr. Bryan G. Forley & Staff

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