Anyone interested in Botox®? I published an article late last year (that you can read here) that reviewed some of the new applications for botulinum toxin. Some of the highlights include a botulinum toxin that lasts 6 months and another one that is very short acting (2-4 weeks). Can’t wait to see the creative ways … Read More “Novel Cosmetic Uses of Botulinum Toxin in the Head and Neck” article published
Are antibiotics necessary after surgery? What about before surgery? How long should they be used? Which antibiotic is the right for my surgery? Concern about antibiotic use and the rise of resistant bacteria is certainly very valid. That said, antibiotics are required in some cases. In fact, I recently helped out on a neurosurgery patient … Read More Podcast Available!
A chapter written by Dr. Winkler’s was recently published in the textbook “All Around the Nose.” This textbook deals with all things related to the nose, including Rhinoplasty. Dr. Winkler’s contribution is Chapter 92, entitled “Management of the Deviated Septum. Yes, in Facial Plastic Surgery, every minuscule aspect of rhinoplasty is discussed and debated. If … Read More “All Around the Nose” Chapter published
The COVID-19 Vaccines are safe and effective, but there is one side effect that is worth knowing about.
This is our first installment of “The Naked Truth.” Here we will talk about the latest and most popular treatments, procedures and technologies. This installment’s focus: Platelet-Rich Plasma Platelet-Rich Plasma or “PRP” has become a popular remedy for just about any condition. Peyton Manning, Hines Ward and many other athletes have undergone PRP treatment to … Read More The Naked Truth: Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)
Welcome to the CU Facial Aesthetic Surgery blog! This is where you’ll find interesting patient stories, “The Naked Truth,” news from the practice, information about upcoming events, our travel photos and blog-only product specials and discounts. Our goal is that you find our blog interesting, personal and a bit entertaining! Please consider subscribing to our … Read More Introducing the CU-FAS Blog
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