Cosmetic Facial Surgery

Dr. Niamtu’s Latest Textbook Released on Amazon.com

I am very excited that my latest textbook “The Art & Science of Facelift Surgery” is now available for purchase on Amazon.com.  This is my third major textbook from Elsevier, the largest medical textbook publisher in the world.  I spent almost a year writing this text and it represents my 25 year experience with over […]

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Burt Reynolds, We Will Miss You

I have to admit that Burt Reynolds was one of my heroes.  When I was growing up (and for a long time after that) he was the man.  He was a man’s man.  He was good actor, and had an unbelievable sense of humor, married Lonnie Anderson and posed for Playgirl magazine.  The original Longest […]

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Dr. Niamtu’s Surgery Center Receives 6th Consecutive Full Accreditation Approval

If you research cosmetic surgery qualifications, not many cosmetic surgery practices have a fully accredited, ambulatory outpatient surgery center in their office. Why? Because it is difficult, it is expensive and it requires a large amount of work and record keeping.  So why do it? The main reason is that surgery center accreditation requires the […]

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The 10 Most Common Complaints During Facelift Recovery

After doing over 1,100 facelift procedures, I have distilled the 10 most common complaints that patient have during recovery.  Virtually all of these are common and improve or go away in the upcoming days or weeks.  This video should assist my patients with recovery concerns as well as other patients searching online. For more information […]

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Botox for Migraine Headaches

Dr. Niamtu discusses and demonstrates Botox injections in a patient that has migraine headaches that begin in her shoulder and radiate to her head. For more information about Botox or cosmetic facial surgery visit www.lovethatface.com Joe Niamtu, III DMD Cosmetic Facial Surgery Richmond, Virginia

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Not All Super Heroes Wear Capes!

Having two special needs sons has been the biggest challenge of our life and my wife April manages a staff of 13 nurses that work around the clock to care for my boys.  We have developed very special relationships with many of these nurses as they have become family.  One of the hardest working and […]

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