Location: Houston
Member since 10/18/2009


  • 37 total posts
  • 3 reviews

Reviews & Stories

Trade off with Lip Lift? - New York

After viewing endless photos on site of lip lift recipients I have a question - Has the lip lift spread your nostrils wider than before the procedure? Every single "after" photo seems to show a wider alar spread due to the incision. I ask because I had alar reduction surgery and would hate to have that area once again widen. Please review your photos with that in mind and reply. Thank you! READ MORE

59 and in Need of a Necklift/ Jowl Removal - Manhattan, NY

Approaching 60 - I wanted my taut neck and jawline back! As we age our earlobes distend so I also had my earlobes shortened. After much research and consultations I chose "the neck expert" Dr. Rosenberg in New York. His delicate surgery skills were responsible for the easy recovery - notice no drains, almost bruise free - I flew home 10 days post op with no one the wiser at the airport. I am... READ MORE

Hair Follicle Damage From Fraxel Laser - Houston, TX

I had Fraxel Laser treatment 2 years ago. My over-50 skin was dull with fine lines and several brown sun spots. I have olive skin, medium to large pores, tiny blonde facial hairs - have never had acne or troubled skin - do not burn in the sun (I tan) do not have wrinkles other than fine lines around eyes/mouth. I have never smoked,consume no alcohol. I have thick skin that does not respond to... READ MORE

Recent comments from Grimaud

No BEFORE nor AFTER photos. Not sure how this benefits anyone? READ COMMENT

I'm curious - in the first photo you have no C-section scar. In the second photo you have one. Also the distance between scar and belly button is shorter in photo one than in photo two. Almost as if photo had been stretched. Photo shopped? READ COMMENT

But they will elongate - cartilage continues to grow in our ears/nose until the day we die - and along with gravity "elongates" every human's ears and nose. It's a fact of life. I chose to minimize the inevitable! READ COMMENT

Yes - it's been proven - Italian scientists - cartilage continues to grow until the day we die. The ADDED distension from gravity only ADDS to that growth. We're both correct! READ COMMENT

You are a beautiful young girl! Question: Did you research whether lip lift recipients experienced an expansion in their nostrils and widening of the lower plane of the nose? That is the one draw back I see in most all recipients. I... READ COMMENT