Category: Plastic Surgery Procedures

The Art Behind Facial Plastic Surgery

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“In every work of art, the artist himself is present.” – Christian Morgenstern Dr. Sanaz Harirchian is an expert at integrating art and science into her facial cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. She believes in a minimally invasive maximally effective approach to facial rejuvenation. According to Amanda Palmer, “You’re an artist when you say you are. And you’re a good artist when you make somebody else experience or feel something deep or unexpected.” Dr. Harirchian’s aims to make you experience or feel something deep or unexpected when you view the results of your cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. After your reconstructive surgery,…

You Take Care Of Your Skin – Dr. Harirchian Will Do The Rest

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Dr. Sanaz Harirchian, M.D. is Houston’s Ivy-League educated fellowship trained facial plastic surgeon. She is dedicated to your aesthetic and reconstructive surgery of your face. She focuses on rhinoplasty, eyelid and facelift surgeries. She is committed to highlighting your individual beauty with her innovative treatments with time proven techniques. Dr. Harirchian will care for every detail of your facial plastic procedures to give you the best look you can imagine. While she cares for what’s under your skin, you can care for your skin to wrap your facial features in glowing and healthy skin. Caring For Your Skin This Fall…

4 Reasons To Consider Lip Reduction

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Dr. Harirchian offers a number of procedures to change the appearance of your lips. In addition to adding volume to thin lips, she also offers dedicated techniques to reduce the size of your lips as well. Lip reduction is an in-office surgical procedure that requires minimal discomfort and length of healing. There are a variety of reasons why you may be considering a lip reduction procedure. Common Reasons For Choosing Lip Reduction Proportion – If the size of your lips is out of proportion in relation to the size of your nose or other features on your face, it may…

Your Cheeks

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Do you remember when you were younger and adults used to take hold of your squishy little cheeks and say that you’re the cutest thing, and they just want to squeeze you? What is it about squeezing a child’s cheeks that has come to be a routine encounter between adult and child? As you age, the squeezing of the cheeks no longer is an issue. It’d just be awkward at that point. For many people the cute little chubby cheeks disappear along with the aging process as well. This results in volume loss, which translates into an appearance of aging….

Smiling With Your Eyes

After Eyelid Lift

Smiling is a big deal! Not only are your eyes the main way for you to see, but they also are one of the main ways that others see you! Did you know that the way to tell the difference between a real smile and a fake smile is by looking at a person’s eyes? French physician Gullaume Duchenne studied smiles extensively. He found that a fake smile and a genuine smile are controlled by two completely different parts of your brain. When you “Say Cheese” (a fake smile displayed on cue) it is controlled by your motor cortex. On…

Hope Restored After Facial Trauma

Houston TX Reconstructive Plastic Surgery

“The natural flights of the human mind are not from pleasure to pleasure, but from hope to hope.” –Samuel Johnson If you’ve suffered from facial trauma, you are most likely suffering from layers of pain. You may be battling with the physical pain that is a result of your injury or trauma. In addition to the physical complications and pain that your trauma may cause, you are possibly suffering from the emotional trauma as a result of your injury. Your facial trauma may prevent you from communicating with your facial expressions, which can cause confusion and misunderstanding. Sanaz Harirchian is…

Protecting Your Lips Like A Winter Olympic Athlete

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Are you glued to your television watching the Winter Olympics? It’s thrilling, isn’t it? Which event is your favorite to watch? While the winter is so fun (especially when the Olympics are on) the effects of winter on your lips can be brutal. Your heat running in your house makes it dry. Windy, cold weather has adverse effects on your lips as well. Your lips have no oil glands, so when they’re exposed to these conditions they can become chapped and even cracked. Tips for keeping your lips moist this winter. Run a humidifier in your home to replace your…