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  1. The Best Facial Treatments to Prep for the Holidays

    The holiday season can be a whirlwind of activity, whether you’re hosting festive get-togethers or planning to attend small family gatherings. You will want to look and feel your best for celebratory feasts, New Year’s Eve countdowns, and everything in between. Here are our favorite facial treatments to make this holiday season merry and bright. … Read More

  2. What Can Sculptra Do for Your Skin?

        Youthful skin is taut and resilient thanks to a supportive protein called collagen, whose fibrous structure makes tissues in your body firm and flexible. Ideally, you would always have an abundance of collagen, but your natural production of this protein slows down due to the aging process and lifestyle factors such as smoking… Read More

  3. Figuring Out What Dermal Filler Is Right for You

    Healthy, youthful skin is taut and resilient, thanks in part to two structural proteins called collagen and elastin. However, as you age, your body gradually produces less of its natural scaffolding, causing your skin to become thinner and less elastic. That’s when you’ll begin to see hallmarks of premature aging such as wrinkles, folds, and… Read More

  4. For Fewer Wrinkles, Try Neuromodulators

    Getting older involves gaining priceless wisdom and experience, but it also means the inevitable development of wrinkles from habitual expressions like frowning and squinting. As a result, many people first notice signs of premature aging around their eyes and forehead.  Injectable neuromodulators like Botox, Jeuveau, Dysport, and Xeomin have become the go-to solution for millions… Read More

  5. Is Eyelid Surgery or Botox Better?

    Because your eyes are so expressive, they play a pivotal role in nonverbal communication. From anger to surprise, you can convey a range of emotions with your eyes alone. However, your aging eyes may also be sending an unintended message that you are fatigued or unfriendly. Many of the earliest signs of aging – including… Read More

  6. Want to Open Your Eyes? Lift Your Brows

    Some say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Others say the eyes are the window to your soul. Because your eyes are so expressive and the skin around them is so delicate, your eyes may be the place where you notice many of the first signs of aging. One cosmetic issue that may… Read More

  7. Guide to Choosing the Best Facial Rejuvenation Procedures

                        While some age-related changes can make you look wiser and more dignified, others may be unwelcome. Today, advancements in aesthetic medicine have given facial plastic surgeons like Dr. Yula Indeyeva ample options for removing years from your appearance to help you look naturally refreshed. With… Read More

  8. How to Transition Your Skin Care Routine From Summer to Fall

    As the seasons change, so should your approach to skin care. When the sun sets on summer, you will need to modify your skin care routine to keep a healthy glow all year long. Austin’s skin care experts are here to help you with our top advice for seamlessly transitioning into a new season.   Creating… Read More

  9. Learn About the Different Types of Skin Resurfacing

    At Facial Plastic Surgery of Austin, double board-certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. Yula Indeyeva is proud to offer non-surgical skin resurfacing procedures as part of her comprehensive menu of cosmetic options to improve your appearance and boost your self-esteem to new heights. Here is your guide to the skin resurfacing options we offer at Facial… Read More

  10. Top 5 Procedures to Combine With a Brow Lift

    A brow lift is a surgical procedure that can significantly improve your self-esteem. By elevating your forehead muscles and removing loose, excess skin, a talented facial plastic surgeon like Dr. Yula Indeyeva can open your expression and remove years from your appearance.  You might choose to get a brow lift if your natural aging process… Read More

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