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At What Age Can Rhinoplasty Be Performed?

Many clients wonder if there an ideal age for rhinoplasty. In truth, rhinoplasty is a simple procedure that has no upper age limit for patients in good health. At the lower age limit, a teenager’s nose needs to finish growing before he or she can have surgery. For...

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What Can Rhinoplasty Do For Me Aesthetically?

Rhinoplasty, more casually called a “nose job," can help reshape the nose. It can remove a bump, straighten the bridge of the nose, make the tip less bulbous, or solve a variety of other aesthetic problems. In general, the nose should not be the focus of the face. A...

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Blepharoplasty In Boston

The first make up I ever bought was Cover Girl mascara. The bubble gum pink tube was the height of sophistication in my teenage opinion. I layered it on until my lashes became thick and lustrous, and I felt glamorous and edgy; my big brown eyes popped out and looked...

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Why I Paid for My Teenager’s Nose Job

I’ve always thought my daughter was beautiful—as a newborn, a toddler, a teen. She has long dark hair, eyes from her Sicilian father and fair skin from me. She got a double dose of stubbornness and a fiery temper from both sides—Italian and Irish! So as a tween when...

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Summer Safe Skin Care?

Dear Steven: are there any summer safe skin care options? I love reading your blogs; they contain a lot of helpful information on skin care and the latest treatments. So my question to you is: I'm diligent with my daily skin care routine and have regular Facials,...

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What’s Causing Your Acne?

Acne is a common concern for many of us. Hormones and other factors can increase oil production in the skin which then cause pores to become blocked. Clogged pores produce blackheads and whiteheads, and the overgrowth of bacteria can cause redness and pimples.  If the...

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About Dr. DeRosa

Dr. Jaimie DeRosa is a double-board certified Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon in Boston.

Dr. DeRosa devotes her practice to facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, with a special interest in rhinoplasty (both primary and revision). Her office is located at 91 Newbury Street in Boston's Back Bay.

Dr. DeRosa operates at the Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. Her office is easily accessible by car, subway, or on foot.