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COVID-19 UPDATE FROM DR. COLVILLE

Author: Dr. Colville  I would like to say hello to everyone, this is my new and updated blog regarding the COVID situation. Obviously, by now, everybody is well informed about the current COVID pandemic situation that we have and they are aware that many offices are closed or have limited services. My practice, in particular, …

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Video Consultations

A message from Dr. Colville: I'm continuing limited office hours and will see patients with urgent problems, surgical questions, significant skin cancer and/or breast cancer. Interested in a Video Consultation? During this time, we’re also offering convenient video consultations for many of our procedures and appointment types. Here’s how this process works: Request a consultation …

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Injectables – A Time to Review

When we think of injectables or non- invasive rejuvenation for the face many different ideas and thoughts come to mind. First, let’s distinguish the difference between dynamic smoothers, or neuromodulators, and rejuvenating fillers. One treatment is going to address the muscle that is causing unsightly wrinkles, or motion in the face, and the other treatment …

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Esthetician Education on Microneedling…

Estheticians, Krissy King and Jannette Garcia, traveled to Austin, Texas this weekend to a Microneedling Theory Seminar with Dr. Lance Setterfield, an international authority and educator on Microneedling. Dr. Setterfield, the author of The Concise Guide to Dermal Needling, enables clinicians to attain the highest level of knowledge in microneedling treatments in order to maximize …

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Breast Augmentations: Where to Begin

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Breast Augmentation is one of the Top 5 Cosmetic Surgical Procedures (most requested surgical procedures). A Great deal of information has been written on this most popular surgery and breast implant options. Every surgeon’s approach to breast augmentation can be a little bit different. Early in the …

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