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You Don’t Have to Hate Your Nose

Noses are like annoying relatives — everyone’s got one. Unfortunately, many people don’t like the nose they see in the mirror every morning. It could be too large or too wide. Maybe it has a bulbous tip or flaring nostrils. Maybe the bridge looks like a speed bump or maybe it’s crooked from an injury… Read More »

  • Posted on: Mar 15 2020
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Opting for Smaller Breasts

Having overly large breasts can be a literal pain. Their weight can cause neck and back pain. Their size can lead to avoiding social situations. And while many women today are opting for larger breasts with augmentation surgery, women with really large natural breasts often wish they could have smaller breasts. Dr. Turk performs breast… Read More »

  • Posted on: Feb 14 2020
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Hair Restoration

New Hair for a New Decade

We’re mammals, and as such we’re covered with hair. It’s ironic in a way that many people have lots of hair that they don’t want. Today men are using laser hair removal to get rid of unwanted hair across their chests and even their legs and arms. But other men and woman could only wish… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jan 15 2020
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Your Hands Shouldn’t Look Like Scrooge

Our hands have certain disadvantages when it comes to aging. First, the skin is quite thin, and it thins more with age. Second, the tendons and veins remain the same height while the skin and tissue around them decrease. Third, our hands are almost always exposed, unlike the other skin on our bodies. Add this… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2019
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Botox Naples, FL

Leave Your Crow’s Feet Off the Guest List

Getting older has its pluses. You’re way better at crossword puzzles at 60 than you were at 30. Your short game on the golf course is likely better now than it was when you simply wanted to hit driver all the time. And you’re old enough to know better when it comes to various things… Read More »

  • Posted on: Nov 15 2019
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You Can Strengthen Your Chin

A weak chin can make your face seem undefined and fleshy. Your chin can also be out of proportion with the rest of your face. It may seem too small or maybe overly pointy. Whatever the flaws you perceive, you see them every day when you first look in the mirror. Men can’t have chins… Read More »

  • Posted on: Oct 15 2019
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Who Needs Crow’s Feet?

In the aesthetic world, Botox is the undisputed king in both numbers and awareness. Ever since the FDA approved Botox in 2002 for aesthetic use on the upper third of the face, Botox injections have been the single most popular cosmetic procedure, surgical and non-surgical, every year. Why all the adulation? Botox works. Dr. Turk… Read More »

  • Posted on: Sep 15 2019
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Secrets to a Quicker Recovery After a Mommy Makeover

Having a child is a seminal moment in any woman’s life. Unfortunately, the process can also be the pinnacle of her body, as pregnancy, delivery, and breastfeeding change her body forever. But a mommy makeover with Dr. Turk can get rid of the sagging skin, separated stomach muscles, and pockets of fat that are the… Read More »

  • Posted on: Aug 15 2019
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Body Contouring after Major Weight Loss

The Weight is Gone, the Sagging Skin is Not

As Americans become larger and larger, more people are opting to have bariatric surgery to lose the weight and maybe save their life. This is welcome for a person’s health and long-term outlook, but when a person loses a lot of weight more often than not their skin doesn’t tighten down to their new slimmer… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jul 15 2019
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See Your Future with VECTRA 3D Simulation

In sunny Naples there isn’t a shortage of avid golfers. So, most of you probably remember in Caddyshack when Ty Webb told Danny Noonan, “See your future. Be your future. Be the ball.” Well, thanks to the latest 3D computer imaging, you can see your future after having various potential cosmetic procedures, thanks to Dr. Turk’s… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 15 2019
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