Why You May Want Botox after Blepharoplasty

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We all expect the signs of aging to show up at some point. Still, when they do, it’s hard not to be surprised. Though aging will continue indefinitely, there are several ways to manage our appearance. Treatments that address the eyelids and tissue around the …

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You Have a Cataract. What’s Next?

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Millions of Americans are living with the dull, clouded vision of cataracts. A cataract is the clumping of proteins on the natural lens of the eye. The accumulation of these proteins hardens the lens and causes clouding. Normally, the lens of the eye is transparent. …

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Tips for Preventing Dry Eyes This Holiday Season

In many parts of the country, the outside world transforms during the winter season. This necessitates changes to our daily routine. Not only do we pull out the sweaters and boots, but we also need to prepare for seasonal issues such as chilled hands, runny …

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Blepharoplasty: What It Can and Cannot Do

If you have explored the many valuable aspects of aesthetic medicine at all, you may be aware that expectations are everything. Unfortunately, due to the prevalence of cosmetic surgeries and noninvasive procedures like Botox, many people have unrealistic expectations of what is possible with a …

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Your Doctor May Need to See Your Watery Eyes

There are times at which we expect our eyes to tear. We may tear up when slicing onions or when watching a dramatic movie, for example. However, it would naturally be surprising for the eyes to water for no good reason. There is a balance …

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Vitamin C: It’s Not Just for Cold and Flu Season

In case you haven’t heard, vitamin C is one of the most-praised skincare ingredients these days. There is a reason why vitamin C serums are so popular: they actually get results. When used consistently, vitamin C can decrease acne scars, brighten the skin, smooth fine …

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Cataracts: Does Early Detection Matter?

Many people have heard the term “cataract.” This is because cataracts account for most of the vision impairment that occurs in this country. The American Academy of Ophthalmology has estimated that approximately one-quarter of adults over the age of 40 are in some stage of …

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We Care About Your Skin!

As summer makes its grand entrance of the year, we have a lot to look forward to. After a longer-than-normal winter season, most of us are more than ready for some sunshine on our skin. Because it can be easy to become entranced by the …

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Botox: There’s Even More to Love Than We Knew

The development of Botox Cosmetic was inevitable when doctors realized what the therapeutic use of purified botulinum toxin protein could do. The drug that was once reserved for treating muscle disorders quickly passed the safety and efficacy standards set for FDA approval. Since the emergence …

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The Unexpected Dryness of Menopause

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The transition through menopause can be quite the roller-coaster ride for many women. As if hot flashes and mood swings aren’t enough to contend with, women going through this change of life may also encounter symptoms such as dry eye syndrome. In fact, studies indicate …

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Panhandle Eye Group Subspecialists

7411 Wallace Blvd Amarillo, TX 79106

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Amarillo Cataract & Eye Surgery Center

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