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Call Us to See Your Options for Plastic Surgery in Washington, DC

Chevy Chase Facial Plastic Surgery offers a large selection of surgical and non-surgical procedures, along with skin care treatments, in the Washington, DC area. The surgical procedures offered include the following: Rhinoplasty Facelift Brow lift Eyelid surgery Otoplasty Fat transfer What is Rhinoplasty? Rhinoplasty, more commonly called a nose job, is a popular cosmetic surgical procedure done to improve the appearance of the nose. The......
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Why Choose Dr. Jennifer Parker Porter as Your Facial Plastic Surgeon?

Choosing a facial plastic surgeon can often be a pretty daunting process. You don’t want to leave the appearance of your face in the hands of a surgeon who simply isn’t up to par, after all. Plastic surgery leads to results that are permanent. Facial plastic surgery naturally involves your face, too. You can’t exactly hide away from the results of these procedures. That’s why......
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How to Get Ready for Your August Beach Vacation

That time is upon us, the time when Washingtonians begin thinking about their departure from the heat and humidity.  After all, DC was built on a swamp, leading to harsh temperatures and increased humidity, and thus the desire to leave the area.  Of course, you have to pack, stop by Barnes & Noble to grab your beach read, and figure out any last minute transportation......
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Most Popular Procedures, According to Age Group

Dr. Jennifer Parker Porter of Chevy Chase Facial Plastic Surgery understands that each of her patients has a unique cosmetic concern and goal. In order to accommodate a diverse patient base, she offers a wide range of treatment options. She has noticed that patients tend to ask for certain procedures based on their age group. Here, she shares a few examples. 20s Most young adults......
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The Most Common Facial Procedures of 2014

The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, to which Dr. Jennifer Parker Porter belongs, recently released their 2014 procedural report. To compile the annual report, the AAFPRS surveyed a select group of their 2,500 facial surgeon members about the procedures they most frequently perform. The survey also asked the member surgeons to describe any trends they’ve seen during the year. Certain aspects of......
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Is Your Makeup Aging You?

If you are like most women, you regularly wear makeup to hide flaws and enhance your favorite facial features. However, the slightest mistakes can sabotage your beautifying efforts and actually work against you. Dr. Jennifer Parker Porter and aesthetician Shana Dahnert of Chevy Chase Facial Plastic Surgery describe some common makeup mistakes that can age you, and offer quick fixes and long-term solutions. Cake-y Face......
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Lifestyle Changes to Make Prior to Plastic Surgery

Having facial plastic surgery to correct a bothersome trait or minimize the signs of aging is usually a life-altering and positive experience. Before undergoing surgery, patients must prepare their bodies (and minds) for the operation and recovery. This reduces some of the risks of surgery and makes the recovery process go more smoothly. Here, Dr. Jennifer Parker Porter of Chevy Chase Facial Plastic Surgery shares......
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5 Things to Ask during Your Facial Plastic Surgery Consultation

The key to a successful plastic surgery experience is open communication with your facial plastic surgeon. This starts at the initial consultation, where you will discuss your goals of surgery, expectations and personal motivation for pursuing cosmetic improvement. Dr. Jennifer Parker Porter of Chevy Chase Facial Plastic Surgery recommends that you prepare a list of questions before your consult, so you can maximize your time......
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What’s with Choosing a Board Certified Eyelid Surgeon

There is such a concept as “periorbital aging” or the process of aging caused by changes in the eyes and surrounding eye areas. If you often hear friends and colleagues comment out that you have “tired eyes”, then most likely you are experiencing periorbital aging. There is no need to cry, as you can choose to have your eye area rejuvenated through the procedure called......
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