Want fuller lips or a more youthful face? Dermatologists explain how long fillers last and shed light on potential side effects.
With cosmetic clinics closed during the coronavirus pandemic, some regular clients are resorting to "DIY tweakments."
This nonsurgical procedure is gaining popularity, especially among individuals who want a more natural look.
When it comes to injectables, it's always a good idea to do your homework. We asked plastic surgeons where to start.
Experts talk about this minimally invasive procedure and share before-and-after photos.
The 21-year-old briefly got rid of her lip fillers last year.
The government agency is catching up to what plastic surgeons have been doing for years. But why are people doing this?
Plumped lips and a youthful face might look beautiful now, but they only last for so long.
When people start to feel as if their smile lines are deepening or or their strands of gray hair are coming in more frequently
Putting Your Best Face Forward: Top Dermatologist Offers Fresh Advice on Cosmetic Procedures and Treatments
Americans spent more than $12.9 billion on surgical and nonsurgical procedures in 2014. To learn about the surge in popularity of these procedures, I sat down for an interview with Dr. Jerome Potozkin, a leading dermatologist in the San Francisco Bay Area.
I know some might consider it bad form to break up with you right before Valentine's Day, but I have too much respect for you to fake it. Plus, I promised at the beginning of our pretend relationship four days ago, that I would always keep it real.
In a world where it seems 144 characters is the maximum typed length anyone will sit long enough to read, it appears glaringly paradoxical that people fill their speech with lengthy words and phrases that do not mean anything.
So how do you like that for a "just like us" revelation? Instead of stars pumping gas or going to the grocery store, we real
That's the hotly-debated question amongst medical professionals these days, often deemed a "turf war," with dentists and
Botox is better than money in the bank for regular users. But the new economic reality has forced some patients to cut back on treatments and stretch out the interval between them.