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5 out of 5 stars Facelift
Dr. Mueller's surgery assistants and staff were wonderful, attentive and caring; Dr. Mueller was not only very professional but I really felt I could trust I would not have that "overdone" look. So very happy.
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolDental: DDS, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry, 1990
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: Michael Reese Hospital / University of Illinois, College of Medicine, 1994
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You have an asymmetric growth of your jaws. Orthodontics and jaw surgery will be able to correct the problem. Please consult a board certified oral... READ MORE
Juverderm to dissolve and start over? I have 5-6 bumps under my upper lip. I am 2 weeks post op. I can not get a good photo
If you feel that your lips were not "over-treated," then I would suggest having some additional Juvederm injected. If you do not like the outcome at... READ MORE
I have a feeling that those lines were actually there prior to Botox. Periocular lines are caused by two main functions. The first is squinting, and... READ MORE
Yes, absolutely. A reduction genioplasty is a very predictable procedure to decrease the prominence of the chin. Please consult a board certified oral... READ MORE
It depends on whether on not you have trigger points. If you do have trigger points and they are in the forehead, then brow lift could exacerbate the... READ MORE
Duck lips are typically the result of four errors in lip injections. Injections near the corners of the mouth, the wet part of the lip, the white part... READ MORE
My jaw asymmetry has become worse within the last year and I now have pain on both sides of my jaw. What can be done? (Photo)
My first concern is that you have already had braces and state that "my bite is fine." Did your orthodontist explain to you that you needed jaw... READ MORE
Will my eyelid ptosis after dysport improve? It's continuing to worsen :( When can I expect to see some improvement?
Unfortunately, it will take anywhere from 3 to 4 months to improve. The Iodipine drops are really your only option. However, rest assured that it will... READ MORE
I would recommend mandibular angle implants along with a chin implant. I would reserve the possibility of cheek implants until after you see the... READ MORE
Help required with identifying the best procedures to undergo; intern resulting in a better visual jaw line/side profile?(photo)
Both your upper and lower jaws are set back in relation to the rest of your facial skeleton. The anterior nasal spine (part of the upper jaw) is what... READ MORE
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