Archive for the ‘ Can Cosmetic Facial Surgery Change Your Life? ’ Category

Helping A Beautiful Little Girl

From time to time I like to discuss touching cases that impact my life and practice.  Earlier this year I received a pleading and heartfelt letter from a low income single mother in Atlanta whose daughter has dprotruding ears and was being taunted and bullied by her peers.  The mother could not afford the surgery […]

“Selfies” and Cosemtic Facial Surgery

    I guess Narcissus was the first example of a “selfie” and over the past year I have seen a lot of pretty silly correlations between people taking “selfies” (self-photographs with cell phones) and cosmetic facial surgery.  I even heard of one surgeon who supposedly has a special facelift just for that.  Even for […]

Dr. Niamtu Celebrates 30 Years of Practice and Community Service and Awards 5 “Niamtu’s Heroes”

I finished my maxillofacial surgery residency in July of 1983 and entered private practice in Richmond, hoping to build a successful facial surgery practice.  I had no idea how great this experience would be and that I was building one of the largest maxillofacial practices in the country.  This was due to a lot of […]

“I Love My Facelift”

There are a lot of rewarding parts of my practice but none more enjoyable than the great feeling of making someone look and feel better about themselves.  Our patients are the crown jewels of our practice and we are so lucky to have so many great patients and friends.  This interview with one of our […]

Dr. Niamtu Interviewed on WebRadio Inside Cosmetic Surgery

Dr. Joe Niamtu, III cosmetic facial surgeon from Richmond, Virginia is interviewed by cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Barry Lycka.  This interview discusses many aspects of contemporary cosmetic facial surgery. Click picture below to be redirected to the interview.  Do see more about cosmetic facial surgery or Dr. Joe Niamtu, visit www.lovethatface.com

Bullying and Cosmetic Surgery in Children

Cosmetic surgery is my life’s work and passion.  I love doing it, talking about it and writing about it.The way it usually works is that a patient see aging changes and decides to perform elective cosmetic surgery.  A pretty simple cause and effect scenario. There are times, however, when this template is different and one […]

Featured Rejuvenation # 10

  For a number of years I have been featuring outstanding patients on my web page as “Featured Rejuvenations”.  I am proud to feature Janice on whom I recently treated.  Her facelift improved her sagging neck skin and jowls while the cheek implants added youthful volume back to her face.  Her pictures and words are […]

Cosmetic Injectable Fillers Can Kill You: The wrong filler in the wrong hands.

You have to wonder what people are thinking when they agree to be injected by lay personnel.  Lately, the news has featured several high profile cases where patients sustained serious health problems and even death after injection of industrial substances instead of approved soft tissue fillers.  You may think it is because of the lower […]

Free Offer for Heidi Montag

Earlier this year, Heidi Montag made huge headlines by having 10 cosmetic procedures in the same day at her young age.  This certainly was a negative incident for the  profession of cosmetic surgery.  Recently she has recanted and is now renouncing having cosmetic surgery.  This is also bad for the profession of cosmetic surgery. It […]

Heidi Montag Addicted to Plastic Surgery: How much is too much?

The tabloids have been ablaze about a 23 year old B list reality show star who had 10 simultaneous cosmetic surgery procedures.  How could a 23 year old have any cosmetic surgery, let alone 10 procedures on the same day?  Ms. Montag responded that she is in the entertainment business and she needs these assets […]