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Our Resource articles go in-depth on topics and are often written by the doctors themselves. These are the articles that most resonated with you in 2014.

With only 14 days left before we say goodbye to 2014, we thought it only timely to look back at this year's blog posts to find out which story created the most buzz.

Jennifer Lawrence, Vampire Facelift, Tom Cruise, and the most requested celebrity faces in Plastic Surgery made this list. What else was destined to be most popular?

From sunscreens to serums, here are a few of the in-style skin care products that celebrities are using to look beautiful.

When considering treatment to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, it is essential to understand all of the risks and rewards associated with the chosen treatment. Dermal fillers are a choice that are growing in popularity. This treatment can help diminish wrinkles and facial lines, while restoring fullness to the face. This option is great for people who want to soften facial wrinkles, enhance thin lips, and improve the appearance of facial scarring. The treatment is typically chosen by patients who want something more than Botox injections, but do not necessarily need a facelift or other more drastic procedures.

Whether you’re 15 years old or 50 years old, pimples are a frustrating problem to have. Acne treatment is one of the most common issues that skin care professionals deal with on a daily basis. They use tried and true treatment methods that have been proven over the last several decades, plus a host of newer approaches, depending on each individual’s situation.

You have probably already heard that using tanning beds can cause many long term health hazards. Experts in dermatology agree that excessive tanning - in tanning beds and in the sun - can be quite dangerous. If you are an avid tanner, you should speak with your dermatologist about how you can stay safe while getting your tan.

Who wants to undergo full surgery, complete with bandages and potentially painful recovery, when these days a quick visit to the doctor’s office can leave you with fuller lips, less wrinkles, or more supple skin? The popularity of minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures has been steadily increasing in recent years and is poised only to soar higher. Advances in technology have made these procedures more efficient and effective than ever while decreasing side effects and downtime, virtually guaranteeing that their demand will continue to rise.

Laser skin treatment has been around for more than 20 years, but can it really help with skin problems? Dermatologists who employ this treatment believe so. In fact, many experts in the field of dermatology believe there are at least five skin problems that laser treatments have helped with or corrected in the last two decades.

It is common for individuals to seek to have scars from surgery, stretch marks from rapid weight gain or loss, and other bothersome marks removed from their skin. But rather than going through an elaborate procedure, there is a new option that many are exploring to achieve their desired results. 

By the year 2015, 45% of the U.S. population will be 50 or older. However, staying healthy has become a prevalent trend for this age group.
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