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Remember those little television “mini-commercials,” “The More You Know,” where celebrities imparted useful snippets on a variety of timely subjects? Well, Dr. Nima feels that “The More You Know” about facial enhancements and procedures, the better the collaboration with you on your personalized Eos Rejuvenation plan. Dr. Nima truly loves educating his patients and is always excited to share information about the newest developments in his field. Come back often to check out the newest postings on Dr. Nima’s Blog.

Non Surgical Buttock Augmentation #2

Recently we have had many patients come in describing a problem that they have had. They want to feel sexier, have more curves, and no matter how many squats they do at the gym, or how much weight they lose, they still feel like their butt is not a nice shape. Many of these patients

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Non-Surgical Buttock Augmentation

In our practice we have seen patients coming in asking about our nonsurgical buttock augmentation. A small subset of these patients have had previous surgery where they have had a Brazilian butt lift and they are left with either irregularities or asymmetries between the buttocks. They are a little wary of undergoing another procedure because

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Getting Technical: Deformities & Reductions

What is an inverted-V deformity? An inverted-V deformity can occur after a rhinoplasty if the cartilages are not sewn back up together. Typically, on frontal view, you see an upside down V in between the bones, which are the top third of the nose, and the cartilage, which is the lower two-thirds of the nose.

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How to take care of your nose after surgery

What if I Hit My Nose after a Rhinoplasty? When Should I Be Concerned? Within the first six weeks of rhinoplasty, the healing is still happening and the nose can be sensitive to any kind of damage or trauma that occurs to it. If you hit your nose and you find it hurts or causes

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The Healing Process: Cast & Swelling

I am exactly eight weeks after my rhinoplasty and it still looks like I have a lot of swelling; is that normal? Yes, it is very common, especially if the skin is thicker, to have swelling just two months after a rhinoplasty. In general, it does take six months to one year for all the

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Post-Surgery: Dips, Bumps, Humps & What to Expect

What are the bumps on the side of my nose after a rhinoplasty? When the nasal bones are narrowed, the bones are brought more towards the middle of the face. Occasionally those lines will be felt if you run your fingers up and down it, but the most important thing is that they should not

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The Effects of Smoking & Drinking on Surgery

Can drinking alcohol cause my nose to swell after a rhinoplasty? Drinking alcohol can have several effects on the body. It drains the body of fluid and can cause excess wrinkling of the skin and a deflated look. The flip side also is that usually with alcohol consumption is consumption of salty foods, especially late

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Rhinoplasty: Your Surgeon & Fees

Do you think I should see a rhinoplasty surgeon to see if I need a rhinoplasty? The decision to get an elective rhinoplasty is entirely up to the person who comes in to see us. If you think you have a problem with your nose or do not like the way it looks, then seeing

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Breathing Issues

I have nasal obstruction that switches sides throughout the day. Why does that happen? The nasal cycle, which is a very common phenomenon, is something the body does throughout the day. Every several hours, one side of the nose will swell up a little bit more compared to the other side. You may also notice

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Rhinoplasty Basics: What does Rhinoplasty correct?

Can a rhinoplasty help a crooked nose A rhinoplasty can definitely help a crooked nose. The first thing to determine is what is causing the crooked nose, and from there you can figure out the solution to the problem. It can be anywhere from the bones being crooked or the cartilage being crooked, and there

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