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Take a Bite Out of Aging With a Vampire Facial Jul 26th, 2019

Over time, our skin begins to show signs of aging. This is particularly true for our facial skin, as it is constantly exposed to light and other environmental factors that speed up the aging process. You may begin to experience uneven tone and texture, dark spots, lines and wrinkles, and...

Can Dermal Fillers Help Heal and Prevent Chapped Lips? Jul 16th, 2019

If you regularly experience dry or chapped lips, chances are you are constantly using an ointment or salve to heal them. While this can help, it usually takes some time and can be frustrating. Chapped lips can be both painful and unsightly, and once the dryness and damage begin, it...

Botox® Versus Dysport®: Is There a Difference? Jun 13th, 2019

If you have wrinkles around your eyes or across your forehead, you have probably heard of Botox®, a safe and effective injectable treatment that can remove wrinkles and erase the signs of aging. Dysport® is another pharmaceutical that can also effectively remove and prevent wrinkles and has more recently come...

PRP Therapy: A Promising Way to Regrow Your Hair Jun 13th, 2019

Some hair shedding is natural, and we all lose an average of about 50 hairs each day.  Unfortunately, some of us shed more hair than normal and thus have thinning hair. Others have hair that does not grow as it should, resulting in a receding or thin hairline. There are...

What is Your Best Eyelid Rejuvenation Option? May 7th, 2019

Aging takes its toll on the skin. Over time, we lose elasticity and fullness in our face, and gravity pulls down what once was higher.  These processes contribute to wrinkle and line formation and drooping or sagging skin.  In many of us, the passage of time is most evident around our...

You’ll Love these Alternative Treatments to a Traditional Facelift May 1st, 2019

Our face changes as we age, mostly due to the loss of fatty and connective tissue in the skin and the stretching of the tissues from the pull of gravity. These changes can make us look older and more tired than we want, and many of us would like to...

Restoring Your Appearance After Facial Paralysis Apr 2nd, 2019

There’s nothing more momentous than restoring a patient’s smile. When someone experiences facial paralysis, they deserve a solution with life-changing results. Every case is different requiring a tailored approach and a customized treatment. Facial appearance is the most distinguishable thing about us. When the face is altered by paralysis or...

All About Brows Feb 27th, 2019

Your eyebrows function in a number of important ways that we don’t often think about.  These small patches of hair just above your eyes trap dirt and sweat in order to protect your eyes. The shape of the brows and the direction of the hairs cause moisture to move away...

Dr. Kashyap Featured on eHealth Radio Network to Discuss Styes, Chalazions, and Hordeolums Feb 21st, 2019

A stye is a painful growth that can occur when eyelid glands become infected or clogged. Dr. Kashyap has years of extensive training in treating styes, also known as chalazions and hordeolums.  Listen to the interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Kashyap to learn more about the following questions:    ...

Healthy Skin, Happy Surgeon Feb 19th, 2019

The best plastic surgeons know that great skin care can significantly enhance results from cosmetic procedures, as there are steps that can be taken to support the growing and healing processes of the skin.  Patients that come into their plastic surgery procedures having adequately prepared to create the healthiest skin...

Skin, Muscles, and the In-Between: How to Treat Each Layer of Your Face Jan 21st, 2019

While we are often most concerned with the outermost layer of our skin, there are actually several layers under the surface that contribute to that healthy, youthful glowing skin. Fortunately, there are many ways we can care for and treat our facial layers to minimize the signs of aging and...

Is it Time to Have Ptosis Surgery? Dec 19th, 2018

If drooping eyelids are affecting your facial appearance, impairing your vision, or hurting your self-confidence, it may be time for surgical intervention. In the infographic below, Dr. Yogita Kashyap shares the six major signs that it may be time to schedule your ptosis repair surgery. Schedule your consultation with Dr....

Dr. Kashyap Featured on eHealth Radio Network to Discuss Botox® Dec 11th, 2018

Botox® is a great way to prevent signs of aging. Dr. Kashyap joined eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Information Channel to discuss what patients can expect from the treatment. Listen to the interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Kashyap to learn more about the following questions:              ...

I Got a Stye Before – How do I Prevent a New One from Forming? Oct 31st, 2018

Styes, or eyelid abscesses, can be painful, irritating, and downright annoying.  Unfortunately, if you’ve gotten one before, you are more likely to get them again.  In this blog, we are sharing the most effective preventative measures you can take and what to do if they fail. FIRST THINGS FIRST: HOW...

Cooler Weather and Chemical Peels: The Perfect Combination Oct 17th, 2018

As the weather cools and the days begin to shorten, it is an ideal time of year for you to get the chemical peel you’ve been wanting.  This blog post discusses the benefits of a chemical peel, how it works, and why winter is the perfect time to have this...

Gold Glow Facial with AquaGold®: Treat Yourself to Dewy, Glowing Skin Oct 10th, 2018

The latest in facial treatments, AquaGold® microchannel technology, delivers serums below the surface of the skin by using microneedles, thinner than a hair and made of 24K gold. The results have been called “magic” and “stunning” in aesthetics review publications and our patients love it! Learn more about AquaGold® and...

What Botox® Can Do for You Oct 2nd, 2018

Botox® is the most popular cosmetic procedure in the U.S. for good reason. The dermal filler can provide several benefits; it is most commonly used for smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles. Read our infographic below to learn more about what Botox® can do for you. If you’re interested in...

I Have a Stye and it’s Ruined my Life! Oct 1st, 2018

Styes, also known as hordeolums, are fairly common – they are small infections that occur in the skin of the eyelid.  This blog post will examine the causes and effects of styes, as well as some possible treatments that may help you to get rid of them. HOW DO STYES...

Ptosis in Younger Patients Sep 28th, 2018

Many people notice asymmetry of their eyelids and there are multiple reasons to have asymmetry: Ptosis (eyelid position relative to the pupil is less than 4mm)Dermatochalasis (extra skin hanging covering the eyelids)Brow PtosisOveractive Orbicularis (strong muscles on one side that close the eye)Different Eyelid Crease HeightsEyelid Platform LengthCAN PTOSIS OCCUR...

Refresh your skin after summer with our CO2 laser Sep 24th, 2018

Summer is the season of fun – backyard or rooftop barbeques, outdoor events, playing outside, beach trips, and long warm days!  Even though we may really enjoy our outside time during the summer, this season can wreak havoc on our skin.  Even if you wear sunscreen, and reapply every few...