Doctor's Blog

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.

Rhinoplasty Beverly Hills

Rhinoplasty Beverly Hills patients know a thing or two about their facial harmony and the appearance of a well-balanced nose. Unfortunately, they were born with unattractive dorsal humps, turned up nasal tips or suffered from a nasal injury that left them with no other choice but to undergo facial plastic surgery. However, there are many

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Non-Surgical Eyelid Lift: The Cure for Aging Eyelids

Every person ages differently. When it comes to saggy or droopy eyelids we often think of ways to replenish this early sign of aging. The skin in the upper eyelid may begin to droop and the lower eyelid puffs up with excess fat. Whatever the case may be, we have a solution to help improve

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Full and Sexy Lips in Three Easy Steps

Ladies I know you have always been trying to give yourselves the perfect makeover to get those full and firm set of lips. I know when it comes to watching celebrities walk down the red carpet with a beautiful smile it only makes you wonder what they did to make their lips look so plump.

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Three Ways to Improve Aging Signs Before the New Year

Growing older affects people differently, and around this time of year men and women are flocking to their local makeup artists to hide their facial flaws to look good ringing in the new year. A number of factors are responsible for the damage of aging skin including, chronological age, sun damage, genetics and lifestyle choices.

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Botox Found to Treat Facial Nerve Disorders from Bell’s Palsy

Bell’s palsy, also known as facial palsy, occurs at any age. It causes weakness in facial muscles, making one half of the face appear droopy. Your smile is one-sided and your eye resists to close. The effects develop suddenly, without warning and usually gets better within a few weeks, but many are left with continued

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