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Can juicing destroy your teeth?

Why Juice Is Bad For Your Teeth, Plus 4 Ways To Fix It

When it comes to offering major health benefits and aiding weight-loss, juicing has its pros. But as we sip on a green juice, giving ourselves a pat on the back, our teeth are the last thing on our mind. Read more

Veneers 101 - Top 10 Patient Questions Answered

All About Porcelain Veneers: The Most Common Patient Questions

Who Is A Candidate For Porcelain Veneers?

If you have rotated, crooked, chipped and stained teeth, you may be a great candidate for porcelain veneers. Read more

Why Everyone Is Talking About Microneedling

Microneedling: Why Your Derm Uses A Thousand Tiny Needles

There’s a good chance this isn’t the first time you’re hearing about microneedling. For the last year two years, media outlets like The Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, and Byrdie have reported on the prickly treatment. Read more

threading facelifts: are they safe?

Weighing Opinions: Are Threading Facelifts Safe Yet?

When asked about threading, Dr. Shereene Idriss, a CB-approved dermatologist practicing at Wexler Dermatology, says: “Everything great was once new, but not everything new is great.” Read more

Aging is personal—and you get most of it from your mom. Talk to her!

Talk To Your Mother About Aging! Here’s Why

Your genetic blueprint, or genome, is made of approximately 25,000 genes—that’s around 3 billion letters of DNA. Every single characteristic you have, from cute feet to sugar cravings to crow’s feet, is held in that imaginary chain. Read more

Kybella Double Chin Results

We Tried Kybella: 37 Injections To Smooth A Double Chin

Curious about Kybella? So was I. When I first learned about the FDA-approved treatment that promises to diminish fullness under the chin—aka the dreaded “double chin”—I was obsessed. Read more

How to heal your post-surgery scars

Lotions, Potions, And A Hat: A Plastic Surgeon’s Scar Management Plan

Any time you cut through skin, you will end up with a scar. Scars are the body’s way of gluing tissue back together. They happen to everyone, and they are there forever. Read more

What's the average age for a facelift?

Am I Too Young For A Facelift?

To find out today’s average age of a facelift candidate, we went straight to New York City plastic surgeon Melissa Doft, MD, who is known for her “less-is-more” Read more

Xeomin: The "I Don't Use Botox" Filler Celebs Love

Xeomin: The “I Don’t Use Botox” Injectable Celebs Love

We’re used to seeing celebs with wrinkle-free faces—or tastefully, perfectly aged ones—but we’re also used to hearing “I don’t use Botox” or “I don’t use Botox, yet.” Read more

Restylane Refyne and Defyne are now approved for laugh lines.

Something to Smile About: Restylane for Laugh Lines is FDA Approved

Just a few weeks ago, the FDA approved two new versions of Restylane, the hyaluronic acid-based line of fillers. These new fillers are specifically designed to target those long lines at the side of your mouth—nasolabial folds, or laugh lines. Read more

Interest in men's aesthetic procedures is on the rise.

Your Man’s Makeover: Subtle Aesthetic Adjustments For Today’s Rugged Male

Charlotte’s Book founder and editor Robin Shobin discussed the rise of men’s interest in dermatology and plastic surgery in this recent article. Read more

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