Lash Extension Maintenance: Tips for Long-lasting Results

As you can imagine, maintaining your lash extensions is essential for ensuring they look their best for as long as possible. The good news is that, with the proper care and attention, you can enjoy beautiful, voluminous lashes that enhance your natural beauty for a long time to c...

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Five Things to Know About Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are a popular cosmetic treatment designed to improve the appearance and texture of the skin. Whether you're looking to address sun damage, fine lines, acne scars, or uneven skin tone, understanding the fundamentals of chemical peels can help you make an informed de...

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Quick Tips for Eyelid Surgery Recovery

Undergoing eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, can be a transformative experience, restoring a youthful and rejuvenated appearance to the eyes. However, proper post-operative care is crucial to ensure a smooth recovery process. In this blog, we'll explore some quick tip...

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Blepharoplasty vs. BOTOX: Choosing Youthful Eyelids

If you're considering facial rejuvenation and looking to attain more youthful eyelids, a couple of the procedures you may be considering are blepharoplasty and BOTOX. Both procedures can help improve the appearance of your eyes, but they work in different ways and have different...

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Mommy Makeover: Customizing Your Postpartum Journey

Becoming a mother is a transformative and beautiful experience, but it often comes with changes to the body that can be challenging to address through diet and exercise alone. This is where the concept of a "mommy makeover" comes into play - a series of carefully selected s...

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Chemical Peels vs. Microdermabrasion: A Comparison

For radiant and youthful skin, chemical peels and microdermabrasion stand out as effective methods for rejuvenation. Chemical peels and microdermabrasion are non-invasive treatments that remove the outermost layer of dead skin cells, revealing smoother, brighter skin underneath...

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Recovery After Labiaplasty: What to Expect and How to Heal

What is Labiaplasty? Labiaplasty is a surgical procedure usually done to reduce the size of your labia minora — skin folds that surround your urethra and vagina. This procedure is usually done for cosmetic reasons, but can also be performed to reduce discomfort due to...

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Breast Implant Myths Debunked: Separating Fact from Fiction

Breast augmentation, a popular cosmetic procedure, has been subject to its fair share of myths and misconceptions. These myths can lead to confusion and anxiety for those considering breast implants. Dr. Albert Andres of Andres Plastic Surgery believes in empowering his patients...

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BOTOX vs. Dermal Fillers: Choosing the Right Option

As the pursuit of youthful radiance and a smooth complexion continues to gain momentum, individuals are presented with a multitude of options to combat the visible signs of aging. Two of the most popular choices in the world of cosmetic enhancements are BOTOX and dermal fillers...

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Preventing Capsular Contracture: Long-term Success Tips

After breast implant surgery, it is possible to experience a complication called capsular contracture. This occurs when the body forms a scar tissue capsule around a foreign object, such as a breast implant. Sometimes, this capsule can become thick and tight, leading to discomfor...

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A private, fully-tailored consultation is your next step to uncovering which surgical route is the right one for you. Dr. Lewis Albert Andres will intently listen to your particular goals in regards to your physical enhancement desires. From there, he will fully discuss all of the available options and meticulously examine

your body to determine with you which is the best course of action to attain your aesthetic objectives. Dr. Andres, a board-certified plastic & reconstructive surgeon in Phoenix & Scottsdale, is committed to delivering some of the best patient care and plastic surgery with honesty, compassion, and expert skill.

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