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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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Paying for Experience

The first thing that comes to mind when you see dermal fillers or neuromodulators like BOTOX® Cosmetic advertised for a crazy-low price, or on a Groupon, should be, “I wonder who is doing the injection?” At our plastic surgery practice here in Denver, you can count on skilled and experienced providers. However, that isn't the case …

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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 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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Treating Dark Circles Under the Eyes

If you occasionally or regularly have dark circles under your eyes, it's a sure bet you have tried various remedies. After all, there's almost nothing that makes a person look more fatigued and unwell than eyes that look "sunken," underscored with deep, dark rings. What's interesting is the processes that cause dark circles often have …

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Treating Crow’s Feet

Almost everyone has had the experience of suddenly running into someone they haven't seen for a while and thinking, "They look a lot older than they used to look." Unfortunately, the realization that immediately dawns is, "I must look older too." The reason this kind of encounter can be so startling, of course, is that …

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Treating Sagging or Recessed Cheeks

When the earliest small facial wrinkles begin to appear, some people ignore them successfully for a while. The first little creases even have cute names like laugh lines and crow's feet. But once facial tissues begin to break down and cheeks start to look sunken, that's another matter entirely. Recessed cheeks tend to have a …

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Treating Thin Lips

It's tempting to size up the popularity of lip augmentation in the Denver area as just another trend passing through Colorado courtesy of the all-too pervasive influence of Hollywood. While there may be some truth to that, it's not the whole truth. Full lips have actually been a sign of beauty and sensuality as far …

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Treating Nasolabial Folds

Unless Mother Nature graced you with plump "baby cheeks" that stayed with you and sculpted your face even as you matured, your prominent nasolabial folds have appeared more recently courtesy of the passing years. These creases, which run diagonally from the corners of your nose to the corners of your mouth, are some of the …

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