Author Archives: Taylor Bech PA-C

Facial Proportions: Lower Face Options

Often times in the beauty world we hear about facial symmetry. There are different ratios in the face that you should maintain: one third upper face, one third middle, and one third lower. In plastic surgery, we want proportions like an upside-down triangle with the largest section of the triangle being just below your eyes,... Read More

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Facial Rejuvenation: Chin Augmentation Options

The importance of the chin is gaining popularity in the world of aesthetics. An under-projected chin is a weak chin, causing a skewed profile with a less defined neck and jawline. Dr. Simon Ourian says it best: “A person with a stronger chin is perceived as a stronger, smarter, and more of a go-getting type... Read More

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Do’s and Don’ts Before + After Your Filler Treatment

It can be intimidating to receive Juvéderm®, Restylane®, or other dermal fillers for the first time. Here at Baton Rouge, Hammond, and Denham Springs’ Weiler Plastic Surgery, we believe that educating our patients allows them to make the best decisions for their individual needs. We understand that, although it’s a small, nonsurgical and relatively painless... Read More

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What’s the Difference Between Filler and Botox?

This is a question our providers get asked very frequently in our offices, so we’ve decided to explain the differences in both of these popular types of non-invasive cosmetic procedures. Repeated facial movements results in wrinkles to our skin. Young skin bounces back into place, unlike more mature skin. As we age, we lose collagen... Read More

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Can Lips Grow?

There is a difference between rejuvenation and completely transforming your face. Like many celebrities making headlines lately, one change in your face can make you look completely different. Take Kylie Jenner for instance. While she has reportedly rejected claims that she has received lip augmentation, there is no denying that her lips are much more... Read More

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