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Category: Laser Skin Resurfacing


Will a Facelift Remove Wrinkles?

Posted May 12, 2015

Facelift surgery is designed to address skin laxity and fat deposits in the neck, along the jawline and chin, and through the mid-face. With a facelift, Los Angeles plastic surgeon Dr. Martin O’Toole can produce a tighter and more youthful appearance, but cannot improve overall skin quality.

When facelift surgery is used to tighten skin to the point where wrinkles disappear, natural-looking results cannot follow.…

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Younger Looking Skin

Posted January 08, 2013

Residents of Los Angeles are always searching for ways to make their skin look younger, more vital. Good skin care is an excellent component of your overall appearance and plays a significant role in your sense of self-confidence. Skin care is a matter of everyday vigilance and maintenance, and there are steps you can take to make sure your skin stays smooth and attractive.…

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Gwenyth Paltrow admits to “little lasers”

Posted February 11, 2012

It is quite amusing here in Southern California when celebrities feel the need to justify methods used to maintain their good looks and youthful appearance. Recently, the Orange County Register posted a blog written about Gwyneth Paltrow’s magazine article in which she admitted to having had help to maintain her looks. According to the article “She is lightly tanned and smooth skinned while avoiding the telltale waxy complexion of overdone Botox.…

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Eat Your Way to Better Skin

Posted August 05, 2010

Collagen is imperative in maintaining healthy, youthful skin. As we age, the collagen in our skin slowly breaks down and we begin to wrinkle. Other factors, such as smoking, sun exposure, and free radicals in the air can contribute to the breakdown of collagen.

Fortunately, there are a handful of foods that boost the body’s collagen production.…

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4 Signs of Sun-Damaged Skin + Treatments that Help!

Posted March 19, 2010

Sun damage can happen to anyone, but those with fair skin, blue eyes, a history of sunburns or family members with skin cancer, are particularly susceptible to damage from the sun, including an increased risk of skin cancer.

Here are some things to watch for and treatments to help!

WRINKLES, DRYNESS and FLAKINESS

Too much sun exposure literally sucks the natural oils from your skin!…

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