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Frequently Asked Botox Questions

What does Botox do? Botox, Dysport, Xeomin and Jeauveau are all neuromodulators. They’re all very similar, just produced by different manufacturers with some slight variations. Botox, and others like its kind, work by temporarily relaxing muscle activity, not allowing the injected muscle to contract. This decreased movement allows the wrinkles to relax and soften. What …

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Botox Frequently Asked Questions from Beth (RN) at Utah Facial Plastics

Botox Frequently Asked Questions by Beth Sheiner, RN Utah Facial Plastics 1. Am I a good candidate for Botox? Most likely, yes! Everyone could use a little “vitamin B” right? Most people choose to do Botox when they begin to see the etched lines in their skin, commonly known as “static lines”. Botox can be …

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Facelift Surgery Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT IS A FACELIFT? Dr. Thompson sees a considerable amount of patients regarding facial rejuvenation of the face and neck and the amount of facelift surgeries he performs each year is far above the national average. When patients visit him for their intial consultation, they often report deep frustration in the looseness of their jowls, …

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Frequently Asked Questions about Facelifts

Confused by what you’ve heard about facelifts? Baffled by the options available to you? Here’s where you’ll find the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about facelifts. What is a facelift? A facelift, technically called a rhytidectomy, is a surgery procedure in which aging signs on the face and neck are minimized. …

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Who is plastic surgery for? Facial Aesthetics Unmasked Podcast

Jenny: Welcome to another episode of Facial Aesthetics Unmasked. Today we are kinda talking about a fun topic. I feel like there’s a lot with Botox and just plastic surgery in general that women can sometimes be shamed for and I think that’s changing a little bit. So we are talking about Botox, plastic surgery, …

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UFP Banner Nose Procedure Septoplasty


What is Septoplasty? Are you someone who has trouble breathing through your nose or feel like there is a constant obstruction? Well then you might be a candidate for septoplasty surgery. Septoplasty is one of the most common nose surgeries, estimating around 80% of people have some degree of nasal obstruction.  Septoplasty is surgery performed …

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Facelift Without Surgery in SLC, Utah

As Utah’s leaders in facial rejuvenation, Drs. Thompson and Henstrom perform 4-10 facelifts per week on average. But not all patients concerned with lower face and neck aging are ready for surgery or the downtime typically associated with surgery. We also see a number of patients desiring a more chiseled neck and jawline who are …

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Lift & Tighten Without Surgery Dr. Thompson and Henstrom are excited to offer AccuTite, which uses the same cutting-edge radio frequency technology as FaceTite, but for smaller areas to lift and tighten. This allows our surgeons to lift and tighten even more areas of the face and body without surgery. Common areas treated with AccuTite …

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UFP Banner Nose Procedure Non Surgical Rhinoplasty

Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

Introduction Utah Facial Plastics is known for beauty transformation with both surgical and non-surgical rhinoplasty options here in Utah. With the nose being the center of the face, it’s an important facial feature for balance and overall appearance. For many patients with nasal cosmetic concerns hoping to avoid surgery, a non-surgical rhinoplasty is often a …

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