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Whenever I smile, I noticed that my gums are uneven and show a lot. Will gum contouring help to even out my gums and make them show up less when I smile?
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Hi, I have a gummy smile, meaning that too much of my top gums are exposed when I smile. I have heard that Botox can help this
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I am 26 years old, have never had braces but my teeth are straight. I just want to have my upper teeth show when smiling and talking.
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I am experiencing a little bit of sagging and crows’ feet around the eye area and wanted to get Botox, but am hesitant.
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I am unhappy with how much of my gums show when I smile. Would getting my gums contoured help reduce the appearance of this or should I just get Botox to prevent my lips from moving up?
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Hello, I recently had a Breast Augmentation. At my pre op the doctor suggested to go over the muscle due to my small nipple to crease distance but he then just said he will just go under the muscle to avoid capsular contracture. fast forward to surgery day. I woke up ... with drains in each breast and he told me that I had a very extensive surgery he said once he placed the implant he didn't like the way it looked because my breast muscle was too thick so he decided to remove the implant and slice up my muscle to make it mold around the implant. I've never heard of this being done before so I am wondering If he has messed up? I've since then had to have one implant removed at 4 weeks post op due to implant exposure. To say I am devastated is an understatement. I've spent so much money and now have one breast that looks horrible. no fullness in to upper pole and its a pointy cone shaped breast that is pretty saggy. I need answers from someone that doesn't work with him to see if he has messed up and if there will ever be a possibly to me to have nice full round breast ... more
I am 43 and a former FUT patient. I am happy with the density of my hair after my hair restoration at age 35. I did get a scar that my wife says is not noticeable but I know it is there! Can I have a hair transplant to place hairs in the scar to cover it up? Are there ... other options to remove the scar? ... more
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3 months is not enough time to see the result of a hair transplant. Hair follicles usually go to the resting phase by losing the hair shaft and they only start growing ha... ir after 4-6 weeks from the hair transplant. After the resting phase, the newly growing hair will appear as fine microscopic hairs that become longer and thicker over the next few months. Most people start noticing minimal growth after the first 3 months but it is not uncommon if you don't see any improvement within the first 4 months. We usually bring patients back on their eight months after their procedure to see most of the results. Most people continue to see improvement until 12 to 18 months after their hair restoration procedure. ... more