The passing of time affects men differently than women when it comes to their faces. Men commonly experience the appearance of fine lines, deep forehead wrinkles, sagging of the cheeks, and jowls. The use of dermal fillers to reduce these visible signs of an aging face is quickly becoming a trend with our male patients. … Read More »
Kiss your thin, tired lips goodbye. With lip augmentation by Dr. Adam Singleton, you can pucker up with full, luscious lips. Call our office to schedule a consultation and learn more about your treatment options for cosmetic lip enhancement in Washington, D.C. Injectable Dermal Fillers: The Most Popular Option for Lip Augmentation If you… Read More »
What does a typical Botox® patient look like? Botox® is one of the most popular treatments at our Washington, D.C., area plastic surgery practice, largely because there isn’t an ideal patient. Our older patients love to smooth lines and relax creases, while younger patients choose Botox® to slow aging dramatically. From baby boomers to millennials,… Read More »
Capital Facial Plastic Surgery is here to partner with you through the many transitions in your life, helping you to look and feel your best every step of the way. We specialize in facial rejuvenation, offering surgical and non-surgical options to our patients in the Washington, D.C., metro area. Call us to explore your options… Read More »
Want to diminish facial wrinkles and restore youth to your skin? Consider dermal fillers as a solution to your aging looks. Dermal fillers help those who are showing signs of aging by softening facial creases and wrinkles. Schedule your dermal filler consultation today to see if you are a good candidate.
Dry, chapped lips are a common problem. Today, we offer you an uncommon solution. Some patients may find relief from lip dryness after a treatment with dermal fillers. Injectable hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers are often used to add volume to the lips, but they have a lesser-known benefit of boosting skin hydration. Capital Facial Plastic… Read More »