Keeping It Natural with Fat Transfer

Keeping It Natural with Fat Transfer

The best-looking results are natural-looking results. Injectable fillers are able to achieve the magnificent results they provide by trying to mimic natural beauty. A fat transfer, also known as fat grafting, utilizes the body’s natural fat tissue to enhance your...
How Can I Get Rid of My Crow’s Feet?

How Can I Get Rid of My Crow’s Feet?

When it comes to treating crow’s feet, few products offer the natural-looking and long-lasting results that Botox provides. Botox injections are quick, relatively painless, and require no downtime after the treatment is completed. During the treatment, cosmetic...
The Power of Fractional C02 Laser Skin Resurfacing

The Power of Fractional C02 Laser Skin Resurfacing

Fractional C02 laser skin resurfacing is an incredibly powerful and effective procedure that can provide a number of benefits for your skin, ranging from anti-aging to the reduction of the appearance of scars on the body. At TrueMD, we offer amazing skin rejuvenation...
Can Eyelid Surgery Provide Natural-Looking Results?

Can Eyelid Surgery Provide Natural-Looking Results?

Your eyes are one of the most important features when it comes to your overall look. This is why blepharoplasty is so popular. Sagging upper eyelids can make you look worn out and aged, which detracts from the natural beauty of your face. Upper blepharoplasty corrects...
Sunscreen Is Not Just for the Summer

Sunscreen Is Not Just for the Summer

During the summer, everyone is out buying new swimsuits and towels and getting ready for days of fun under the sun. They’ll also be grabbing fresh bottles of sunscreen to protect their skin during the long summer days. Although sunscreen is an incredibly important...
Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease: The ARIC study

Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease: The ARIC study

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is one of the most feared chronic medical problems that we may face as we get older. Not being able to remember things, even simple things, or other people is disappointing to everyone, including the loved ones that the AD patient has known...