EVOLV Medical Aesthetics

  • COVID-19 Vaccine and Cosmetic Facial Fillers: What You Need to Know

    January 14, 2021

    Recent reports about the occurrence of facial swelling in people who had been previously treated with cosmetic fillers and then received the COVID-19 vaccine have generated a great deal of interest and concern.  Because nearly 3 million people in the U.S. currently have had injectable cosmetic facial fillers and their growing po...

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  • Finding Resilience and Happiness in Troubled Times

    December 1, 2020

    A Christmas Holiday and year unlike any other. A second wave of COVID resurgence in a once in a lifetime event leaves many of us reeling with the potential threats to our health, happiness, and financial security.  It is that special and magical time of year…. so how do we cope, and where do we find happiness in these unsettling...

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  • Establishing the New Normal in Aesthetics at EVOLV.

    August 28, 2020

    We hope that everyone has been staying safe, enjoying the summer, and navigating through the issues of the back-to-school season with all the health care challenges that we all have been facing.   I believe that the ongoing and recent events of the COVID-19 pandemic have resulted in a significant shift in the typical emphasis...

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  • Wake Up Call… Lessons from a Pandemic

    August 3, 2020

    ‘In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity’ Albert Einstein Here at EVOLV Plastic Surgery and Medical Aesthetics, we are passionate and committed to patient care and safety, ongoing education for our patients and ourselves, and a focus on achieving optimal and natural-appearing results that improve the quality of life. This year has ...

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  • We’re Back… We’re Better… and We Missed You!

    May 29, 2020

    Long-term human relationships, contact, and patient care have always formed the core of our medical practice at EVOLV Plastic Surgery and Medical Aesthetics. These fundamentals and concerns will not change as we adjust to the post-COVID-19 realities for patient and staff safety and in fact, will become an even greater priority. We want to ensu...

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  • Rise Up… Why Giving to Others is Good for You

    May 4, 2020

    I thought I had made a terrible mistake. It was 1988 and I was struggling in a dimly lit operating room in Liberia, West Africa. This was my first mission trip with Operation Smile... a volunteer organization providing medical care and surgical treatment for children with cleft lip, palate, and other facial birth and traumatic ...

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