“As a female surgeon, I feel I share similar perspectives with my patients regarding a desire to appear rejuvenated and fit. I can easily understand the desire to recoup what cannot be accomplished in the gym or with diet. I identify with the improved self-esteem that can be obtained following an excellent result from cosmetic surgery. I listen to my patients’ goals and strive to create excellent, natural results.”


Dr. Patti Flint
February 23, 2021 Published by

If you missed Part I of this blog post, you may want to go back and learn about the surgical and non-surgical ways I can improve issues such as forehead lines, thinning lips, and wrinkles and creases around the eyes. Today, we’re going to continue the conversation looking at age-related changes in the lower face and neck, and what can... Read the full post

January 7, 2021 Published by

What do I mean by that? Well, Covid-19 has had a lot of us holed up at home looking at ourselves in the mirror. (Is that a wrinkle? Where did that crease come from? And when did I get jowls?!!) In a world where a lot of things are outside of your control, one thing you can control is how... Read the full post

October 29, 2020 Published by

Actress/model Amber Heard has the most beautiful face in the world. At least that’s according to a certain beauty software which works by measuring the distances between facial features and comparing them to the ”Golden Ratios of Beauty.” You can download similar apps from iTunes or the “Google Play” store to rate your own “beauty” and compare it to other... Read the full post

October 8, 2020 Published by

It’s tempting to think about a facelift as one, single procedure that is going to “fix all your problems” and “turn back the hands of time” and “make you look like a movie star.” The truth is, like many complex things in life, rejuvenating your look requires a nuanced, multifaceted approach to address the signs of aging on multiple levels.... Read the full post