How is your summer going? Are you avoiding the heat and finding refreshment for your body? Make sure you’re drinking plenty of water each day to stay hydrated. As a general rule: drink eight 8 oz. glasses of water per day. The water you drink is not only good for your thirst and body, it is also good for your skin. Continue reading “Skin Care For Your Summer”
Are you considering getting an injectable procedure done? If so, let us answer some of the most commonly asked questions. Continue reading “Frequently Asked Questions About Injectables”
If you’re experiencing facial paralysis you most likely have a facial droop which results in an asymmetrical appearance to your face. Visually you may appear that you are frowning when you are really trying to smile at someone.
Your facial paralysis not only has visual effects, but it also can be causing you emotional strain. The balanced appearance you possibly once had, is now gone. You’re feeling a sense of loss of what used to be. You may also feel misunderstood due to your inability to use your facial expressions as body language. Most likely your facial paralysis has been caused by trauma to your facial nerve, a wide variety of syndromes, or Lyme disease. Not only are you experiencing the physical results of any of those conditions, but also your facial paralysis is one more burden you are carrying. Continue reading “Your Facial Paralysis”
Do you find yourself focusing on your lips when you look in the mirror? Maybe you’ve caught yourself staring at other women’s lips while you’re out in public. It can be a little embarrassing, can’t it? Is your Pinterest account filled with pictures of women with beautifully shaped lips? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you’re most likely experiencing lip dissatisfaction and lip envy has set in. Continue reading “Experiencing Lip Envy?”
Can you believe spring is just around the corner? Along with spring comes a much-needed time to take a break from the daily grind and get away. Where is your spring break taking you this year? Will you be found with your toes in the sand, or in ski boots riding the slopes? No matter where you go, you’ll most likely be outside more than usual since you won’t be in your office. While outdoors, you need to consider how to take care of your skin so you prevent damaging it.
Nothing is more harmful to your largest organ on your body than the sun. Its rays are guilty of prematurely aging the skin and increasing your risk of developing skin cancer. The only way to fight sun damage is to prevent it. Continue reading “Pack Your Spring Break Bags With Proper Skin Care Products”
It’s cold outside! Depending on where you live in the United States you usually need to consider winterizing. When winterizing, you prepare and or adapt something to prepare for the winter cold weather. Have you ever considered you may need to adapt your skin care routines and habits to care for your skin during the cold month of February?
A few tips for you to consider when winterizing your skin.
Your skin will thank you if you stop using your usual powerful deep cleanser. Using a harsh cleanser, specifically a foaming cleanser, will actually make your dry skin even worse, stripping away natural oils and moisture while irritating the skin. Consider using a gentle or lotion-based cleanser. Continue reading “Winterizing Your Skin”
On Monday, January 16th, the United States honors and celebrates the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. He was a leader in the advancement of civil rights in the United States using nonviolent civil disobedience. He received the Nobel Peace Prize and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. He helped to organize the 1963 march on Washington where he delivered his famous “I have a Dream” speech. Ever since Martin Luther King’s inspiring speech the United States is a better place, not perfect, but better.
Continue reading ““The Time Is Always Right To Do What Is Right”- Martin Luther King Jr.”
Dr. Ransom has dedicated his life to helping you be uniquely you. His patients and their care, results, and comfort are what drive him to see each of his patients not as products, but as people who desire a partnership of working together to make each person feel cared for.
During this holiday season many will make wish lists of gifts they’d like to receive. Dr. Ransom’s greatest gifts this season are the satisfaction his patients share with him about their care and results at his practice.
Continue reading “The Gift Of Our Patients”
Dr. Ransom is proud to announce that he uses this revolutionary product in his practice. DefenAge is a radical anti-aging system that can produce visible correction of up to 16 signs of aging in just six weeks! It is inspired by the skin’s regeneration process. DefenAge unlocks the key to youth with powerful peptides.
You can expect these results in 6 weeks of use:
Thanksgiving is a time of looking back with gratefulness. During your feast you usually take time to share what you’ve been thankful for over the past year. It’s also a time to reflect on the first Thanksgiving and its rich history. Giving thanks over the years since that first feast when the Pilgrims and Indians sat together is a tradition to be treasured. At San Francisco Center for Facial Plastic, Reconstructive and Laser Surgery we’d like to give thanks for the options we have available to help with reconstructive plastic surgery.
There are many reasons individuals choose plastic surgery. At times, reconstructive surgery is necessary. Continue reading “Giving Thanks”