Archive for March, 2015

Facial Rejuvenation: Physiological Well Being

The face is probably the most visible feature and the part of the body through which expression of feelings are conveyed to the outside world. The aging process, however, may impact those expressions significantly: sagging of facial tissues, skin wrinkles, droopy eyelids, loss of facial volume all can have an impact of how the outside […]

Rhinoplasty: A Science of Form and Function

The nose is the most prominent feature of the face and a dominant factor in defining balance and harmony. Even minimal deviations from normalcy can be easily detected especially with reflection of light and creation of shadows. A thorough evaluation of all the components of the nose and their relationship to each other as well […]