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A woman is happy with her jawline after being treated at The Center for Cosmetic Surgery.

How to Get a Better Jawline

Given our current situation of social distancing in the middle of the COVID crisis, we are seeing an increase in the number of requests for information about facial and skin procedures. We can only assume that this is a direct result of many people doing Zoom, FaceTime, or other video calls for work and to …

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A woman considers the benefits of facial procedures, such as a facelift or facial fillers.

Facelift vs. Fillers: Comparing the Cost

The face is one of the first parts of the body to show aging, and patients today have many options for restoring a youthful glow. Both facelifts and dermal fillers can add volume and smooth out wrinkles. But many people come to our office asking the same question: which is a more cost-effective option, injectable …

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Portrait of a woman who is considering facelift surgery.

Facelift Then & Now: What to Expect With Modern Facial Procedures

Many patients considering anti-aging procedures are hesitant to consider a facelift. It’s likely because the procedure has come to be associated with unnatural results, such as the infamously tight, pulled-back skin the surgery used to produce. However, what they may not know is that facelift surgery has gotten a facelift of its own. At our …

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Laser Skin Resurfacing FAQ

Questions About Laser Skin Resurfacing I am interested in laser treatment for my acne. Is this the best and quickest remedy? I am interested in full face laser resurfacing. Can you laser the neck as well? Thank you! Is CO2 laser resurfacing effective in improving facial scarring from chicken pox? I am interested in laser …

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Fillers vs. BOTOX® Cosmetic

By now you've surely heard about injectable wrinkle treatments. And you probably know that BOTOX® Cosmetic is one of the most popular medical spa procedures in the country. But what about all those other injectables you've been hearing about, such as the JUVÉDERM® and Restylane® collections? These products - known as dermal fillers, tissue fillers, …

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Treating Hyperpigmented or Sun-Damanged Skin

If fine lines and blotchy color greet you as you look in the mirror each morning, don't be too hard on yourself. These are the hallmarks of sun damaged skin that almost everyone eventually suffers. No matter how hard you work to protect yourself from the sparkling weather of our Front Range communities, you're just …

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Treating Capillaries on the Face

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons estimates that over 50% of adults eventually suffer from unsightly capillaries on their faces. These unattractive red, blue, or purplish veins can mar your cheeks and nose with small red lines. Surface capillaries are also known as spider veins, and they're known to medical professionals as telangiectasias. They're part …

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Treating Deep Creases and Wrinkles

It happened just the other day. You caught a glimpse of yourself in your car's rearview mirror and saw them: unmistakable lines across your forehead. At first you reminded yourself to stop squinting in the bright Colorado sun. Then you looked more closely and rubbed your fingertips across your brow. Bright sun or not, there's …

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Treating Fine Lines

We tend to lead pretty busy, active lives here in our Front Range communities. There are so many reasons to get outdoors, enjoy the attractions of our area, and keep our bodies in motion. We can test our legs on the nearby ski slopes of Keystone and Loveland. We can run around and play with …

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Treating Creases & Brow Furrows

If anyone has ever commented that you look worried, angry, or puzzled when you feel like your normal, happy self, the creases between your brows could be to blame. Those furrows, which we all have to one degree or another, not only broadcast emotions we may not even be feeling, they contribute to our looking …

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