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Get $250 off your next Botox treatment when paired w/Filler
We have offered the same price for Botox ($10/unit) for the past six years even after multiple price increases by suppliers. Starting next month Botox prices will change slightly. February 2015 is the final month for you to schedule and purchase your Botox treatments at our current price. As an added bonus to our loyal patients, if you add Voluma or Juvederm (or both) to your Botox treatment, you could get up to $250 off your total. Offer good while supplies last. Appointment times are very limited. Must be a member of Brilliant Distinctions to participate in this offer. Botox can not be pre-purchased for future use.
We offer one of the most competitive rates on laser tattoo removal and have special package pricing and pricing for our ultra-fast R20 method. Treatment sessions start as low as $150 per treatment. We are also offering discounts of up to 25% on packages of multiple treatments this month. You won't find this kind of special anywhere else.
Year of Giving: Wednesday, Feb 25
Every month, we pick a day and donate 100% of non-surgical treatment profits to a selected local charity. 100% of non-surgical treatment profits collected on Wednesday February 25, 2015 will go directly to Bellevue LifeSpring.
Summer Bodies Are Made In The Winter - CoolSculpting non-invasive body contouring
CoolSculpting, a non-invasive liposuction alternative that uses cryolipolysis technology, is now available at the Naficy Rejuvenation Center.
The CoolSculpting procedure offers non-invasive fat reduction without the need for needles, incisions or anesthesia.
More about CoolSculpting!
CoolSculpting: The Cool Way to Reduce Fat
Dr. Jourdan Gottlieb top MD in Pacific Northwest for Breast Augmentation
Dr. Gottlieb performs close to 200 breast augmentations per year, more than any other surgeon in the Seattle/Bellevue region. In 2013 our center was one of the top 10 accounts nationally per the breast implant manufacturer Allergan. Combine Dr. Gottliebs 25+ years of surgery experience with a highly preferred pricing structure with the breast implant manufacturer we are able to obtain breast implants at a much lower cost. We pass these savings on to our patients. For more information about Breast Augmentation CLICK HERE.
Ear plastic surgery (otoplasty) is performed on individuals with protruding ears. Ears that stick out too much can attract negative attention to the face and can distract the viewer from appreciating the more attractive features of the face. Children with protruding ears may be teased in school, and adults will often avoid hairstyles that expose the ears. Otoplasty is also known as ear reshaping surgery or ear pinning surgery.
What can otoplasty achieve?
The ear cartilage can be molded and secured into a more aesthetically pleasing contour through hidden incisions behind the ear. The results of otoplasty are permanent.
Otoplasty (ear reshaping surgery) by Sam Naficy, MD
Why choose a facial plastic surgeon to do my otoplasty?
Although most plastic surgeons today perform ear and facial plastic surgery, very few actually limit their practice to specialize in the face. In fact, most plastic surgeons spend the bulk of their time performing liposuction, breast procedures, and tummy tucks.
Dr. Naficy's practice has been 100% devoted to rhinoplasty and facial plastic surgery for the past 15 years. This is why Seattle doctors and patients have voted Dr. Naficy one of the top plastic surgeons for the face. Patients from the entire globe seek Dr. Naficy's expertise and he has many patients flying in for surgery both nationally and internationally.
Otoplasty photo gallery
You may wish to browse through the gallery of representative before and after otoplasty pictures. Click on any of the thumbnails to enter the slide show. All ear plastic surgery procedures were performed by Dr. Sam Naficy.
Click on thumbnail to begin viewing slide show.
What type of anesthesia is used?
We use IV sedation anesthesia, which is a very safe and effective method of anesthesia for facial plastic surgery and rhinoplasty. IV sedation anesthesia is extremely safe compared to the standard general anesthesia techniques used today. The main advantages of IV sedation anesthesia are: (i) it does not require putting a breathing tube in the throat, (ii) it does not require a breathing machine, (iii) the recovery is much faster, (iv) there is much less "hang-over" from anesthesia, (v) and there is much less nausea. All these elements translate into greater comfort and safety. Dr. Naficy has used this technique of anesthesia in several thousand plastic surgery procedures without any anesthetic complications.
During IV sedation anesthesia a small flexible IV (intravenous) needle is placed into one of the veins of the back of the hand. Through this IV line, relaxing medication is given to make you fall sleep. The amount of medication given is adjusted to the specific needs of each person. After you are sleeping, some numbing medicine is also placed in the skin to numb the area that is being operated on. The beauty of IV sedation anesthesia is that during the procedure you are unaware of anything going on and cannot hear anything, yet you are still breathing on your own.
When the procedure is finished, the relaxing medication is discontinued and you begin to wake up. Because the medications used in IV sedation anesthesia clear the system rather quickly, most of our patients are able to go home in less than 30 minutes after the procedure is completed. General anesthesia may be required for children.
Anesthesia guidelines [21kb PDF]
What is the recovery like?
There is usually a need for prescription medicine for the first 1-2 days to minimize discomfort. A fluffy compression dressing is worn for the first day, after which removable light pressure dressing is applied. The ears may be swollen and discolored for one week after surgery.
Post-operative care instructions [12kb PDF]
I am interested! What do I do next?
If you are considering this procedure we encourage you to schedule a consultation with Dr. Naficy in our office. During this visit he will listen to your concerns and discuss your options. He will tell you whether you are a suitable candidate for this procedure and inform you of the potential risks of the otoplasty procedure. There is great variety in shapes of the ear so that each procedure must be custom tailored for the best possible result. You will also have a chance to view before and after photo albums of his patients who have undergone procedures similar to what you are considering.