Botox and Fillers: Affordable Alternatives to a Facelift

Your face is one of the first things that people notice about you. But as we age, the once youthful appearance of our faces fade, giving way to fine lines, wrinkles, and sunken or sagging cheeks. Manhattan Beach patients who are not yet ready for a facelift, or who are looking for a more affordable option than a facelift, can turn to Dr. Granzow of…

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Why Do I Have to Stop Drinking Alcohol Before a Mommy Makeover?

For some Redondo Beach moms, relaxing with a glass of wine or a beer is the perfect way to unwind from a busy, hectic day. But if you’re a Redondo Beach mother who is going to be having a Mommy Makeover, you’ll have to abstain from alcohol for immediately before and after your surgery. Why is it important for Redondo Beach women to stay sober…

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What’s a Keloid Scar and Do I Have It?

Sometimes, we just can’t help but have scars. Whether we’ve had medically necessary or elective plastic surgery in the past, or have had a wound, we end up with these markings on our bodies. Most scars heal normally. But for some Redondo Beach residents, scars can become unsightly reminders of the condition that necessitated the incision and stitches in the first place. This is especially…

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Transaxillary vs. Inframammary Breast Augmentation

For Redondo Beach women who have decided to get a breast augmentation, one of the important decisions they need to make is what incision type to get. Today in this blog post, we will discuss two of the most popular breast augmentation incision types that Dr. Granzow, board certified plastic surgeon of Manhattan Beach Plastic Surgery, performs – the transaxillary and the inframammary breast incisions….

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Long Term Benefits of Botox

Most Manhattan Beach women and men think of Botox as a temporary solution for reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. After all, Botox is known to be a solution for paralyzing facial muscles to reduce wrinkles for about 3 to 6 months. However, new research from a Canadian study is suggesting that Botox injections may have more long-lasting benefits on skin elasticity, and…

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