Article Tagged ‘ cosmetic facial surgery ’
About a year ago, the Web began to buzz with something called the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS and it was an extremely positive, noteworthy and effective promotion to benefit ALS research. Today there is a new challenge, the Kylie Jenner Lip Challenge. This involves people placing a shot glass or other vessel (a baby […]
We have once again this achieved Diamond status with Allergan for the sixth year in a row and I am happy to say that once again this year we continue to be in the top 3% of all Botox injectors in the United States. This continues to makes us the largest solo injector of […]
Chin implant surgery is a simple surgical procedure with dramatic results that takes less than an hour and is adjustable and reversible. For patients with a deficient chin, profile or jawline, chin implant surgery can improve aesthetics and boost confidence. Not everyone with a recessive chin is a candidate for chin implants and depending on […]
My job, all day, every day, is to discuss face and neck aging with patients. 85% of these patients are female and it is not uncommon to see a 40 year old with very minor aging that is driving them crazy. This is a natural phenomenon as the worst aging is the first aging; or […]
Richmond, Virginia cosmetic facial surgeon Joe Niamtu, III DMD discusses his experience of being chosen as a Google Glass Explorer.
Dr. Drew Ordon is the host of the Award Winning daytime TV show “The Doctors”. On this Aesthetic TV segment he interviews Dr. Niamtu about contemporary cosmetic facial surgery. The topics include: Procedures that work and those that don’t Why “miracle facelifts seen on TV” don’t work Minimally invasive cosmetic facial surgery Pro bono and […]
The decision to have cosmetic surgery is a big one and involves much planning on the part of the surgeon’s office and patient life. It is not a decision to rush into and experience has shown that patients that rush into surgery without the proper planning and details have more problems than patients that think […]