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Dr. Stephen Prendiville discusses why a shorter scar is not necessarily better and a compromise on the length of the scar can compromise the quality of the work.
How will a scar on the face heal? Dr. Prendiville reviews the way scars heal on the face and the lack of correlation with scars on other areas of the body.
Facelift revisions aren’t uncommon, so Dr. Stephen Prendiville reveals the top three reasons why a patient would want or need to consider a re-do.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville discusses the differences between cigarettes and marijuana and whether either is acceptable pre- or post-op.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville explains that before considering injections or surgery, younger consumers should look to the skincare aisle.
Hey guys, we didn’t forget about you! Dr. Stephen Prendiville reveals what more and more men are doing about their aging faces.
Those “Lunchtime Lift” ads are awfully tempting, but are they promising something that can’t be delivered? Dr. Stephen Prendiville explains.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville discusses the number one trend in facial rejuvenation and how to achieve a natural looking result.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville gives an overview and provides a phot journal of a 60 year old woman’s experience after a Facelift.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville explores Radiesse, a firm facial filler used mainly for the nasal labial folds as well as the cheeks and temple areas of the face.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville explains that while Botox and Dysport are very similar products, there are subtle differences that consumers should be aware of.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville explains that while permanent facial fillers may seem like the best idea for the desired affect, the fillers do not halt aging, which can continue to alter your face with time, fillers or no.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville explains what patients should expect during their downtime period following a facelift procedure.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville advises RealSelf users in why they should choose a surgeon board certified by the ABFPRS or ABPS who makes facial rejuvenation a big part of their practice.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville explains that the use of fillers and toxins replace scalpels and anesthesia for a facelift effect without surgery.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville discusses the idea of medical tourism, or traveling to another country in order to save money on a cosmetic procedure. According to Dr. Prendiville, the risks may far outweigh the benefits.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville discusses the surgical and non-surgical options available to patients with “tired eye” concerns.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville provides a description of Sculptra and Voluma, two facial volumizers he prefers to use in his practice to plump the face non-surgically by promoting the natural production of collagen.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville answers some common questions about facelifts including how to know if you are a good candidate for the procedure, what areas can be addressed, and the amount of downtime to expect.
Dr. Stephen Prendiville reviews some of the aging changes associated with the lips and some of the better choices in addressing these changes with their temporary fillers or lip implants.