What Does Your Eye Shape Say About Your Personality?

We are beginning to look towards Eastern medicine and practices more and more lately with essential oils, yoga, meditation, and acupuncture becoming part of the popular culture lexicon in the United States. One ancient Chinese practice that hasn’t quite caught on yet is reading faces. The main focus of this is paying attention to the…

How a Fat Transfer Naturally Restores Volume to Your Face

Picture a balloon you have just blown up. It is full, round, and resilient. A day or two later, that balloon has deflated a bit. It now sags with wrinkles and folds. Your face goes through the same process of deflation as it ages. A younger person’s face has enough fat to make it smooth…

Are You Stuck With Under-Eye Bags for Life?

Whether you have recently developed under-eye bags or have been dealing with them for some time, you will wonder if you are stuck with them for life. Fortunately, there are a variety of treatments to correct under-eye bags. Each option tailors specifically to your goals. Since each option also varies on how invasive it is,…

Is it Possible to Fix Uneven Eyes?

Do you look in the mirror or at pictures of yourself and immediately notice your uneven eyes? Professionally referred to as eye asymmetry, having an uneven look to your eyes is more common than you may think. In fact, our team at Taban MD have built our practice around helping patients with cosmetic eye surgery…

How is Ptosis Surgery Performed?

When most people think about plastic surgery, the main procedures that are brought up are treatments such as liposuction, breast augmentation or rhinoplasty. However, one of the most popular new treatments is ptosis surgery. But what is ptosis surgery and how is ptosis surgery performed? Ptosis is described as a condition where the upper area…

Upper Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Lift)

    Your eyes have a large impact on how people perceive your attractiveness, youthfulness, and beauty. Unfortunately, as people age, the skin around their eyelids tends to become less firm, droopier, and puffier. Occasionally, the situation is severe enough to affect patients’ vision or cause them discomfort. Fortunately, there is a solution to restore…