Cosmetic Surgery Blog2020-09-30T21:13:25-04:00
3105, 2021

What is Microneedling?

By |May 31st, 2021|Microneedling|0 Comments

Have you heard about microneedling from a friend or come across it online, but are not exactly sure what it is or what it treats?That’s where we come in. Learn more about microneedling, including what it is, what it treats, and whether or not you’re a good candidate for microneedling treatments. *Individual Results May Vary What is Microneedling?Microneedling is an innovative treatment that activates the body’s wound-healing processes to stimulate excess collagen and elastin production. Here’s how it works: When we experience a cut [...]

1805, 2021

How Much is a Breast Reduction?

By |May 18th, 2021|Breast Reduction|0 Comments

Are you interested in undergoing a breast reduction procedure, but not sure of how much the treatment may cost? We have the answers you’ve been looking for. Here’s an overview of how much your breast reduction may cost, as well as what to expect when you opt to have your breast reduction performed at The Langdon Center in Guilford, CT. View More Patient Results *Individual Results May Vary Average Cost of a Breast ReductionAccording to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), [...]

605, 2021

Facial Fat Transfer: How Long Does It Last?

By |May 6th, 2021|Facial Fat Transfer|0 Comments

If you’re starting to notice facial wrinkles and folds — but you’re not exactly thrilled at the prospect of treating them with dermal fillers — then you may be a good candidate for board-certified cosmetic surgeon Dr. Robert Langdon’s facial fat transfer procedure.This minimally invasive treatment uses your body’s own fat tissue to correct and restore a youthful facial appearance. Plus, because you’re using your own fat to treat signs of facial aging, there’s no risk of an allergic reaction.Want to learn more, including how long the results of your [...]

3004, 2021

How Does Hair Transplant Work?

By |April 30th, 2021|FUE hair transplantation|0 Comments

If you have thinning hair or a receding hairline, you may be interested in learning more about how hair transplant works.We don’t blame you; after all, there are plenty of treatment options out there. And not all of them are ideal for people who are looking for natural-looking results (hair plugs, we’re looking at you).That’s why we’re proud to offer our patients Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair transplant, which can help you achieve natural results without obvious signs of treatment.Let’s take a closer look at how hair transplant works with [...]

2604, 2021

RealSelf Q&A: Are Jowls Part Of The Cheek That Has Fallen Down Onto the Jawline?

By |April 26th, 2021|RealSelf Q&A|0 Comments

April 15, 2021 Asked By: AnnaMisc in New York, NYQ: Are jowls simply fat accumulation around the jawline which happens with age or weight gain? Or, are jowls part of the cheek that has slid down around the jawline? I'm trying to understand if it is better to reposition jowls or lipo them. If they are part of the cheek, then obviously repositioning them would make sense. If they are just fat that happens with age, then a lipo would make sense. *Individual Results May Vary [...]

1504, 2021

How Much is a Fat Transfer?

By |April 15th, 2021|Fat transfer|0 Comments

If you’re starting to notice signs of facial aging — like wrinkles, fine lines, and skin sagging — then you may be a good candidate for  facial fat transfer. This treatment is an excellent choice for people who have signs of facial aging, but might not yet be a good candidate for traditional facelift surgery.Let’s learn more about the fat transfer treatment, including how much it is and how much your facial fat transfer may cost. View More Patient Results *Individual Results May Vary [...]

304, 2021

What is a Stem Cell?

By |April 3rd, 2021|Stem Cell Skin Rejuvenation|0 Comments

When it comes to advanced skincare, you may have noticed that “stem cells” seem to come up a lot.But what exactly is a stem cell? And how can it be incorporated into a skincare treatment? *Individual Results May Vary What is a Stem Cell?Think of a stem cell as the foundation for all the other cells within your body. It acts as the raw material from which other cells are built; in fact, stem cells help dictate the roles and functions other cells [...]

2603, 2021

What Is CoolSculpting® and How Does It Work?

By |March 26th, 2021|CoolSculpting|0 Comments

CoolSculpting® is an FDA-approved body contouring procedure that uses a special freezing mechanism to eliminate fat cells — all without surgery, stitches, or incisions.CoolSculpting® is a popular choice for people who want to see noticeable inch reduction in common problem areas like the abdomen, waistline, upper arms, thighs, and more.Dr. Robert Langdon and his team are proud to offer CoolSculpting® treatments to patients who want to feel comfortable in their clothing again. Read on to learn more about this popular non-surgical fat reduction treatment, including how it works! [...]

2403, 2021

What is Fractional CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing?

By |March 24th, 2021|CO2 Laser|0 Comments

Are you looking for a skincare treatment that can tackle both signs of aging and sun damage at the same time?Then it’s time to introduce yourself to fractional CO2 laser skin resurfacing. View More Patient Results *Individual Results May Vary What is Fractional CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing?Fractional CO2 laser skin resurfacing is a non-surgical treatment that works to erase the top layer of skin (where damage is most evident), and also can be used to create tiny microchannels in the deeper dermal [...]

1403, 2021

Best Areas Of The Face For Botox

By |March 14th, 2021|BOTOX|0 Comments

The primary cosmetic use for Botox and other botulinum neurotoxins is to inhibit the function of facial muscles of expression. These muscles are superficially located (just beneath the skin) and attach directly to the skin. When they contract, they create facial expressions such as frowning, squinting, raising of the eyebrows, smiling, and pursing of the lips. Facial expressions are important for communicating one’s emotional state and convey meaning to onlookers, either by themselves (nonverbally) or associated with spoken words. *Individual Results May Vary [...]

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