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Top 5 Trends for Facial Beauty in 2013!

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Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel, the world’s leading facial plastic surgeon, reveals the top 5 trends in facial beauty for 2013!

1. Your face deflates with time.  Inflate to fight deflation.  Add volume to cheeks, temples, and other facial fat pockets that have shrunk.

2.  2013 will be the year of the “Cheek Implant” – 2012 was the Chin – 2013 will be the Cheek!  Aging and ever changing facial bones play a major role in aged appearance and while chin implants were a hot ticket in 2012, watch for other types of facial skeletal augmentation including cheek implants to increase in popularity for 2013 as more people realize how easy and effective they are at improving your appearance.

3. Stimulate yourself.  “Biostimulators" are HOT - these fillers stimulate your body to produce more collagen and to aid in "healing itself.”  Sculptra and Radiesse are two of these materials.  They give long lasting natural results. Watch for expanded use of biostimulator fillers in 2013 and beyond.

4. Doctors will get more Dull, not Sharp!   The sharp needles for fillers cause a painful sting and small areas of bleeding.  For 2013, watch for more and more facial plastic surgeons to use blunt tip applicators.   The filler is still injected, but the needle is now replaced with a soft tipped flexible microtube that reduces pain, reduces bruising and helps your doctor to put the filler just where it belongs.

5. Snake oil fights wrinkles?!  Not really! But it doesn’t stop people from believing every false “wives tale” out there.   Make 2013 the year that you take advantage of the resources around you and get some professional advice!  All you have to lose is years off your face...

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Doctor Bio:

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Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel is Chief of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, and a professor at the Boston University School of Medicine with appointments in the Department of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery and the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Michigan, where he served as president of the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society, and was selected to present the graduation address at commencement in 1994. Dr. Spiegel completed an internship in General Surgery, followed by a residency in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco. Further advanced training was obtained with fellowship in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, and Microsurgery through Harvard Medical School. He currently devotes his practice to facial plastic surgery and head and neck cancer reconstruction. Dr. Spiegel is expert in both the most simple office procedures, and some of the most complex transplant reconstructions done today.

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