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Most Common Facial Plastic Surgeries

Most Common Facial Plastic Surgeries

As a facial plastic surgeon in Charlotte, I commonly get asked two questions: What are the most common facial plastic surgery procedures you perform? What are the most common facial plastic surgery procedures performed in the United States? My practice is specialized to focus only on surgeries of the face and neck, and I perform a Continue Reading >>

What is Dysport?

What is Dysport?

Dysport is an injection that helps smooth wrinkles on the face through relaxing certain muscles. It works similarly to that of Botox, Xeomin, and Jeuveau. If you are starting to notice wrinkles at rest on your forehead, between your eyebrows, or at the corners of your eyes, Dysport may be able to help reduce those wrinkles and Continue Reading >>

How to Reduce Chubby Cheeks and Create a Slimmer Face

How to Reduce Chubby Cheeks and Create a Slimmer Face

As a facial plastic surgeon, my goal is to maintain balance and proportion of the facial structures. However, there are times when the face is not in proportion with the rest of the body. I’ve seen patients that are physically fit, but yet have a full, round, and chubby face. Their facial structure makes them Continue Reading >>

The Difference Between Botox and Dysport

The Difference Between Botox and Dysport

Most people recognize the name Botox for wrinkle reduction. We all have friends who think Botox is everything in facial aesthetics! When that moment occurs, we at Carolina Facial Plastics are here to step in and explain the differences. We do LOVE Botox, but it is not the only option. There are alternatives to Botox Continue Reading >>

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