Health & Wellness

David Carlin, MD

Baggy eyelids do more than keep you from looking your best. Your droopy eyelids can block your vision and keep you from seeing everything you should! As we age, the eyelid skin, just like other skin in the body, loses its elasticity and stretches.

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Valorie English, CPE, LLP

We all know all about skin tightening and the inevitable loss of collagen that happens as we age. Many factors contribute to the breakdown of our precious proteins (collagen and elastin), including time (natural aging), the sun, free radical damage, and UVA damage: it all leads to sagging skin and a loss of elasticity, but at the core of this is a loss of collagen.

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Dr. Marc Unterman

Snellville – Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is the most common inherited cardiac disease and is present in 1 in 500 in the population. It is one of the most common causes of heart-related death under the age of 30 and can affect both men and women equally. In an effort to raise awareness about the symptoms of this disease and preventative measures and treatments that are available to patients, Dr. Marc Unterman, a cardiologist at Eastside Heart and Vascular, further, explains this condition.

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Dr. Jessica J. Mercer, Gwinnett Dermatology

For many people, hair is thought of as their “crown”.  Given the association of hair with beauty and attractiveness, the loss of hair can be quite devastating.   Finally, there is an effective, non-invasive procedure to help restore hair fullness.

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