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A woman considers facial surgery after learning about new and improved procedure techniques.

Is Facial Surgery Obsolete? (Spoiler Alert: No)

The number of minimally invasive and nonsurgical facial rejuvenation treatments performed in the U.S. has drastically increased over the last decade. Injectables, lasers, and other advancements have helped make it easier than ever to look your best without a lot of downtime. So, are surgical procedures like facelift or blepharoplasty in Baton Rouge a thing... Read More

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Staff Picks: Piper, PA-C Discusses her Skincare Regimen

As part of our ongoing Daily Regimen series featuring our very own staff, I wanted to walk you through my skin care regimen for maintaining a healthy, natural glow. In this short video, I discuss my favorite products and procedures for skin that ages as gracefully as possible: Botox The first product favorite that Piper... Read More

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Non-Invasive Options for a Double Chin

The dreaded double chin.A cosmetic change that occurs in all patients, seemingly regardless of age or gender. Even more so, it appears to occur regardless of body mass! Unfortunately for us, our chin area is one of the more highlighted areas of our body, simply because it contrasts with our facial outline so much. Fortunately... Read More

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Six Common Misconceptions About Lip Injections

Written by: Taylor Bech, PA-C As with cosmetic surgery, the stigma surrounding lip fillers has been achieved through botched jobs that become high profile on tv and the internet. Like with many things, the outlying examples seem to speak the loudest. Sometimes the only thing a person may know about them is the high profile cases... Read More

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Kybella: A Noninvasive Option for Excess Chin Fat

Written by: Piper Estep, PA-C Submental fat, or “double-chin”, represents a cosmetic change in patients in all ages and genders. Interestingly enough, it occurs regardless of body mass. This is because we have localized fat deposits all over our bodies, but because this one is under our chin and is in part of our facial outline,... Read More

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