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Dr. Kevin Johnson Advanced Aesthetics

Dr. Johnson: Master Injector

Lifelong learning and remaining up to date on the latest techniques and technology is an important aspect of our approach to the practice of cosmetic medicine and surgery at Advanced Aesthetics. Recently, Dr. Johnson attended a Master Injector educational course with the world-renowned Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Arthur Swift in West Hollywood, CA. Injectables to Create …

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A Combination Treatment for "Profound" Results

A Treatment for "Profound" Results

Each week, I see many patients who are in search of a youthful appearance. They say things like, "I don't want to look 20, I just want to look good for my age," or "I'm too far gone, I think I need a facelift." When given a choice between an expensive operation with a major …

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Dr. Kevin Johnson Advanced Aesthetics

A Good Bedside Manner: Has Anyone Seen It Lately?

Marcus Welby, MD (starring Robert Young) was a television show I occasionally watched as a kid that aired from 1969 to 1976. The show’s 169 episodes featured a very pleasant family physician who was known for his kind and gentle approach to his patients. He made house calls, always had plenty of time, and was …

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Dr. Kevin Johnson Advanced Aesthetics

The Low-Down on PicoSure FOCUS™ & Skin Revitalization

Our cosmetic surgery practice here in Spokane, Washington always strives to offer a variety of ways for patients to look younger and more vibrant. Laser skin rejuvenation is getting a lot of attention lately — in particular, the PicoSure FOCUS™. If you haven’t heard about it yet, let me briefly go through strengths of this laser treatment. …

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Advanced Aesthetics

4 Paths to Understanding and Treating the Aging Face

Why does someone look older? What makes one person look older than another? We all look at our own face in the mirror every day, and sometimes suddenly we wake up one morning and notice things have changed. We look at each other and compare ourselves to one another. “She really looks good” or “Life …

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