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Anesthesia for Rhinoplasty – IV Sedation vs. General Anesthesia

Posted by Dr. Halaas | on March 27, 2015 »

Before undergoing a rhinoplasty, you should know about the types of anesthesia used in most of these procedures plastic surgery procedures: general anesthesia and IV Sedation. Each has its own uses and benefits. General Anesthesia is different than IV sedation in terms of recovery time and risk. In general anesthesia, the anesthesia administrator controls your breathing with an endotracheal... Read More

Maintaining Your Facial Plastic Surgery Results

Posted by Dr. Halaas | on March 20, 2015 »

Finally! After all the time you have invested in researching, seeking out and finally procuring your facial plastic surgery, it is underway and the healing process is also complete. Now what? Your journey to a naturally youthful-looking, radiant skin does not... Read More

Tips to Hide Your Post-Rhinoplasty Bruising

Posted by Dr. Halaas | on February 23, 2015 »

You did it. After months, maybe years of debate, you have finally taken the step to have your nose reshaped by the surgical artistry of rhinoplasty. At last, you will have a more proportionate nose, skillfully tailored to complement your other unique features. But before you can bask in the big reveal, you have to make it through that brief, unglamourous, peskier phase, characterized by visible... Read More

Get Your Eyebrows Back!

Posted by Dr. Halaas | on February 9, 2015 »

With models and celebrities brazenly embracing thick brows, the on-going trend is clear: bold, striking brows not only add an alluring depth to the eyes, they can be the defining feature that frames a face and sets it apart. (Model-of-the-moment Cara Delevingne’s magnetism can be almost entirely mapped to her signature brows. And Lily Collins' big brows? They have launched a thousand how-to tips.) So what is it about ample brows that... Read More

Tight Ponytails Can Contribute to Hair Loss

Posted by Dr. Halaas | on January 26, 2015 »

Sure, ponytails are simple and stylish, but tying your hair too tightly can cause pounding headaches and even hair loss. When your hair is in a high, tight ponytail, hair strands are being stretched taut from the follicle. This can lead to hair falling out before its time... Read More

Alternatives to Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty​

Posted by Dr. Halaas | on October 28, 2014 »

Under eye circles. No matter how much sleep we get or how much makeup we apply, they’re often difficult to hide. Under eye circles often manifest in one of two varieties: puffiness or dark, concave hollows. Both can cause a person to look older, tired and sad. This common look of fatigue can be attributed to either too much fatty tissue beneath the eyes, or not enough in the right place. Blepharoplasty (eyelid... Read More

The Importance of Ethnic Rhinoplasty

Posted by Dr. Halaas | on August 11, 2014 »

Our country is becoming increasingly diverse. This is particularly apparent here in the Northeast where a walk down the street bears witness to a vast array of cultures and ethnicities, and it’s not uncommon to overhear a cell phone conversation spoken in a... Read More

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