Category Archives: Facial Cosmetic Surgery

Want To Redefine Your Jawline? Here Are Your Options

If you want to redefine your jawline, you’re not alone. At Lieberman & Parikh, many of our patients tell us the area they most want to change is from their jawline to the collarbone. What Is Happening To Your Jawline? Jowls, double-chins, saggy necks and crepey skin are all an accumulation of fat and skin on your …

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Ear Reduction, Earlobe Repair & Otoplasty Explained

Post based on New Beauty article, "Kris Jenner's Most Recent Plastic Surgery Procedure, Explained" by Liz Ritter. Ear Reduction Explained The first thing to know is that what Kris Jenner had performed live on Keeping Up With The Kardashians was an ear reduction procedure. This is a minimally-invasive, in-office procedure that we do to simply reduce …

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Patients Perceived As Healthier & More Successful After Rhinoplasty

Real Rhinoplasty Patient: Lindsay * Individual Results May Vary A recent JAMA survey found that patients are perceived as healthier and more successful after a well-performed rhinoplasty. This is interesting because most patients come for rhinoplasty consults when to enhance the way they look. Who knew it could make a person more healthy and more successful? After the facelift, rhinoplasty …

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Why Do Facial Plastic Surgeons Drs. Lieberman & Parikh Operate Together?

Dr. Parikh (left) and Dr. Lieberman (right) Why do facial plastic surgeons Drs. Lieberman and Parikh operate together? This is a question the San Francisco Bay Area doctors get asked quite often. The highly personalized nature of surgical techniques, confidence to perform complex and high-stakes procedures, and personal financial incentives generally make it easier and more …

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All About Upper Blepharoplasty in the Bay Area

An upper blepharoplasty, or cosmetic eyelid surgery, can dramatically rejuvenate your appearance by making you appear more awake, cheerful and refreshed. It’s no wonder that the American Society of Plastic Surgeons found “blephs” to be one of the top five procedures performed with nearly 204,000 performed in 2015 alone. Drs. Lieberman and Parikh have written many …

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A Partnership For The Face

A few months ago, the New York Times Magazine featured a story about collaboration and teams in the workplace that we found interesting because it acknowledged some theories we’ve known to be true for a long time. The article, What Google Learned From Its Quest To Build the Perfect Team, revealed that teams or groups of …

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How Much BOTOX® Cosmetic Will I Need?

If you don't have much experience with BOTOX Cosmetic, you may be unclear as to how much (how many units) and where on the face you might want to get it.  When you come in for a BOTOX consultation at our facial plastic surgery practice near San Francisco, our staff will answer any questions and create a …

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Facelift Without the Knife: The Sugar Thread Lift

Maybe you’ve read about it on goop or heard about people flying to Paris for it. Tomorrow - mark our words - one of the Kardashian ladies will be gramming about it. The newest procedure to hit aesthetic medicine, the Sugar Thread Lift, or PDO thread lift, is a minimally invasive facelift with no downtime …

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Don’t Spare the Turkey – Options for the Wattle

Submental laxity, double chin, chicken neck, turkey wattle, jowl jiggle - whatever you want to call it, most of us don’t want it. And contrary to popular belief, not everyone who has it is overweight. Genetics play a big role in the amount of neck skin one has, and the pull of gravity, over time, …

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Look Fabulous Through the Decades: Your 40s

Your skin has been through a lot by the time you reach your 40s. The sunscreen-free summer days and the nights you forgot to wash your face clean before bed add up, combining with repeated smiles, frowns, forehead furrows, and more to show the world that you’ve been around for more than a few years. …

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