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1 Incision, 1 hour Neck Lift (Submentoplasty) for Younger Patients
In this video Dr. Niamtu discusses Submentoplasty which is a less invasive neck lift for profile and neck rejuvenation in younger patients. For more information about cosmetic facial surgery visit www.lovethatface.com Joe Niamtu,III DMD Cosmetic Facial Surgery Richmond, Virginia www.lovethatface.com
Kybella: Will it be the Next Big Thing ?
Rejuvenation of the aging face and neck is my vocation, my avocation and my passion. I have performed 1,000 facelifts and over 1,000 facial liposuction procedures. I therefore feel extremely qualified to discuss treatments to this area. If you have not already heard, Kybella (formerly known as ATX-101) is a drug that was approved today by […]
Technology Review: AccuVein imaging device to view veins
I love new technology and regularly perform technology reviews. The AccuVein device is a neat little hand held bundle of technology that shows superficial veins. The device uses visible and invisible laser light to show the veins under the skin. It has a big “cool factor” as it looks magic that the veins seem to […]
Cosmetic Surgery: The Next Big Thing!
The following is an article from the April edition of Modern Aesthetics Magazine by Dr. Niamtu The Next Big Thing: How To Spot It and Avoid the Imitators A true TNBT can enhance our business from a financial and clinical standpoint. A fake can have dire effects on patient trust and long-term success. By: Joe […]
Simultaneous rejuvenation of the lower eyelids and the cheeks is a winning combination.
This image shows an actual surgery patient of Dr. Niamtu. The aging midface (left) is rejuvenated by lower eyelid surgery and cheek implants (right). Facial aging is an interesting multi factorial phenomenon. Many things contribute to an aged midface including sun damage to skin, atrophic and gravitational changes to fat, muscle and bone. Two […]
Minimally Invasive Facelift: Counterpoint
I was recently asked by a major cosmetic publication to discuss my feelings on minimally invasive facelifts. Although I think they are a possible option for younger patients, I believe they are over used on patients that actually require a more comprehensive facelift and therefore lead to many unhappy patients that are left with a lesser […]
Dear Dr. Joe, what do you think about the MACS facelift?
Sometimes routine questions that I receive on my web page make interesting reading and I occasionally post these in my blog. This following is an actual question and answer concerning the MACS facelift technique. Question: Dear Dr. Joe, I am 46 years old and getting my mother’s neck. What do you think about the MACS […]
The Liquid Facelift: there’s a sucker born every minute!
P.T. Barnum, the great circus promoter is frequently quoted as saying “there is a sucker born every minute”. I am sure he would be quite amused by the new amazing miraculous “Liquid Facelift”! In this day and age, the best way to promote one’s agenda is to “invent” a really sexy sounding facelift. First […]
Evolence: A New Breed of Fillers
Recently, new wrinkle filler called Evolence has been getting a lot of attention, especially after Demi Moore and other Hollywood types have admitted using it. This is an exciting time in cosmetic surgery as many new and effective products have become available. As the minimally invasive revolution continues, patients find it difficult to take precious […]
Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Facial Surgery: Is Less Really More?
In this day and age of sensational media coverage for cosmetic surgery it can be difficult to sort the wheat from the chaff in terms of what is good and what is hype. There is no doubt that many things in cosmetic surgery have gotten easier. The average hospital stay for a facelift 3o years […]