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  • Are You Considering Breast Augmentation?
    If you’re considering breast augmentation in the Fairfax, VA, or Chevy Chase, MD, areas, it’s time to schedule a consultation with Dr. Reza Mirali or Dr. Shabnam Shahabadi at Plastic Read more
  • How To Treat Dry Skin
    For most of the US, winter is here! Temperatures are dropping and snow is already falling. If you live in a wintry region of the country you may be finding Read more
  • The Benefits of In-office Liposuction
    In 2018 alone, there were 258,558 liposuction procedures performed. It's a popular treatment because it targets stubborn fat that won't go away with diet and exercise. Fortunately, you may even Read more
  • FAQs About Tummy Tucks
    Want to learn more about tummy tucks? Most people deal with some excess fat around their abdomen; however, women are more likely than men to experience abdominal fat, particularly menopausal women. Read more
  • Melanoma Treatment FAQs
    How your dermatologists in Fairfax, VA, can help if you have skin cancer. Skin cancer can be serious, especially the type of skin cancer known as melanoma. It’s an aggressive form Read more
  • The Benefits of Breast Reduction
    How a breast reduction from your plastic surgeons in Fairfax, VA, can help you. Breasts that are too large can cause several problems, including back, shoulder, and neck pain. You may Read more
  • Spider Vein Treatment FAQs
    Spider veins are not necessarily harmful to your health, but the thin web-like lines on your skin can be difficult to ignore. You shouldn't have to ignore them if they Read more
  • Treating Your Vitiligo
    According to the National Vitiligo Foundation, around 70 million people around the world have vitiligo, an autoimmune disorder that causes white patches of skin. This condition is not contagious and Read more
  • How To Treat Your Blisters
    Most people experience blisters on their feet, often due to friction or pressure from tight or poorly fitted shoes; however, blisters can develop just about anywhere on the body. If Read more
  • What Is a Carbuncle?
    A boil is an infection of the hair follicle that develops under the skin. When multiple boils develop this is known as a carbuncle. In a carbuncle, this cluster of Read more
  • What Is Actinic Keratosis?
    If you’ve ever spent time basking in the sun or even in a tanning bed, then you’ve exposed your skin to UV rays, which can be incredibly damaging to the Read more
  • FAQs About Seborrheic Dermatitis
    Seborrheic dermatitis is one of the most common skin conditions that dermatologists diagnose and treat here in the US. If you notice any weird skin rashes or lesions on the Read more
  • Finding The Right Treatment For Shingles
    Many of us who have had chickenpox as children may be aware that the virus that causes it can become active again in adulthood as Shingles. According to the Centers Read more
  • What You Need To Know About Diaper Rash
    Diaper rash is a common problem for babies and toddlers who are not yet toilet trained. Diaper rash is defined as any red rash appearing on the area of skin Read more
  • What Are Skin Pigmentation Disorders?
    Melanin is a substance produced by skin cells known as melanocytes, which are responsible for giving our skin its color. When these cells are damaged or impacted in some way Read more
  • What Are Hair Follicle Infections?
    When red inflamed bumps appear it’s easy to assume it’s just acne, but it could be a sign of an infected hair follicle. This common skin problem, which is referred Read more

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