The SouthPark Surgery Center, a joint venture between CEENTA and Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center, is celebrating its fifteenth year of high-quality, compassionate patient care.
You and all your friends want to get cosmetic injections to rejuvenate your skin, but you’re a little nervous. Getting injections in your face sounds a little scary. Today we’re going to clear up some of the misinformation about cosmetic injections and separate the myths from the facts about these treatments.
It’s time. You want smoother skin and have decided to get BOTOX. BOTOX injections are available at CEENTA, but what is the process like? Here are the 5 steps in getting BOTOX treatment.
You just had facial plastic surgery and you’re happy with the results. Your wrinkles are gone, your nose has been reshaped, and you want to show yourself off to the world. Your first thought might be to put on some makeup to cover up the incisions or highlight your new look, but doing so in the first few weeks is unsafe.
BOTOX is one of the most common cosmetic treatments in America, but it is not always the most understood. In today’s blog we’re going to separate the myths from the facts about BOTOX.
You look in the mirror and notice dark circles around your eyes. You look tired, even though you got a full night’s sleep. You have difficulty seeing out of the corners of your eyes. If this is happening to you, the skin around your eyes may have started to sag or the fat has started to protrude. Fortunately, a facial plastic procedure called a blepharoplasty can fix these issues.