Category Archives: Brow Lift

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Brow Lift vs. Facelift: Which Is Right for You?

Choosing to undergo any plastic surgery procedure requires proper thought and research, especially when it comes to facelift surgery. As a facial plastic surgeon in the Nashville, TN, area, many patients ask me how to choose the best procedure for their needs. Some patients have heard of both facelift and brow lift surgeries but are …

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Your Brow Lift Questions Answered

Signs of aging can sometimes seem to appear overnight. One day you walk past a mirror and notice a tired appearance even though you feel rested. Vertical lines between the eyes, a bit of sagging around the eyebrows, and horizontal forehead creases conspire to add years to your face. A brow lift at my Nashville …

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All the Nonsurgical Procedures Behind ‘Instagram Face’

“Instagram face” is a bona fide trend and the subject of hashtags on virtually every social media platform. If this is the first time you’ve heard of Instagram face, the phrase describes a particular look created by nonsurgical cosmetic treatments such as BOTOX Cosmetic® and dermal filler injections. At our Nashville, TN, practice, patients sometimes ask how to produce the sought-after appearance with …

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Brow Lift: What are the Benefits?

An eyebrow lift (also called a forehead lift) is a cosmetic surgery procedure performed to reduce forehead creases and improve drooping of the brow. A brow lift is an excellent way for Nashville women and men to rejuvenate their appearance. As we grow older, lines on the forehead eventually develop and increase over time, and …

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Blepharoplasty: Upper or Lower? Should You Get Both?

  Blepharoplasty, or eyelid surgery, is the ultimate solution for droopy eyelids. The procedure can be completed for either the upper or lower eyelids, and for some patients, if needed - both. The blepharoplasty procedure typically involves the removal of excess skin, fat, and muscle surrounding the eye area. Why Undergo Blepharoplasty? As people grow …

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Botox vs. Dermal Fillers: What Are the Differences?

By now you’ve likely seen and heard about injectables and how they can diminish deep lines and wrinkles. Perhaps you have friends who have been using them for years with positive results, but you are just now beginning to notice some lines on your face that you wish would disappear. Venturing into the world of …

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Upper Blepharoplasty: Local Anesthesia or Sedation?

  Droopy eyelids don’t just make you look tired, they can also affect your vision. As we get older, skin loses its elasticity and eyelids can begin to sag. But droopy eyelids can also be caused by any illness or condition that affects the nerves or muscles of the eyes such as a stroke, brain …

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Microneedling, is it Right For Me?

  Perhaps you have heard of microneedling and would like to learn more about this non-surgical facial procedure. The staff at Youthful Reflections and Dr. Michael Boggess would like to answer the questions we most often receive about what is involved in this treatment. Microneedling has been used to treat acne scars and hair loss …

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CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing

You may be asking about the benefits of Fractional CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing. Youthful Reflections wants to give you some information on this procedure and how it might help you. Why Might This Be Right for You? If you have any of the following, you might consider the benefits of CO2 Laser Resurfacing: Aging changes …

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Fillers: Am I the Right Candidate for Facial Fillers & Injectables?

You may have considered having fillers or injectables applied to the face.  After all, wrinkles on the face can take their toll, and fillers and injectables are a nice way to address skin changes resulting from exposure to sun and years of movements of facial expression, such as smiling, squinting and chewing.  You may want …

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