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Part of my initial motivation to enter the medical field stemmed from a desire to make a contribution to those, both in this country and abroad, without the opportunities that many of us enjoy." -Dr. Thompson
 
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"Part of my initial motivation to enter the medical field stemmed from a desire to make a contribution to those, both in this country and abroad, without the opportunities that many of us enjoy."     -Dr. Thompson
 
Learn more about Dr. Thompson's bi-yearly medical missions to Ecuador & Guatemala and how you can help HERE.
 
 
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Dr. Scott Thompson of Draper, UT Named a Patients' Choice Award Winner for 2013

 

Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Scott Thompson, has been chosen among the select few physicians honored with the prestigious Patients' Choice Award in the nation this year.

 

Salt Lake City, UT - (SBWIRE) - 02/17/2014 - Only five percent of the the nation's 870,000 active physicians and dentists received top scores from their patients on sites like Vitals, qualifying them for the title of Patient's Choice Award winner in 2013. Not only was Dr. Scott Thompson of Salt Lake City, Utah selected among 2013s winners but was also a recipient in 2012 as well.

 

Millions of patients each year turn to popular review sites to rate their doctors on various components of care, including accuracy of their diagnosis, the amount of time they spent with the doctor, and the doctor's bedside manner, staff interaction, and follow-up care. Patients' Choice reviews these rankings and other quality measures to compile its yearly list of award winners. 

 

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Minus one star that's had a bit too much plastic surgery, I'd say the majority of last nights red carpet stars looked absolutely flawless. Some even seem to look younger and younger each year they attend. Naturally, we all want to know what they've done and how to get it.

 

A recent article in the New York Daily News shares some common tricks of the starts in preparation for the red carpet that begin months before award season.

 

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Don't Miss Our First Episode!!

 

If you've ever been interested in any kind of eye rejuvenation, this is a must-watch episode! 

 

Troy & Dr. Thompson will cover eye rejuvenating treatments such as eyelid surgery for upper and lower lids while documenting one patients journey with and in-office upper eyelid surgery combined with a treatment of botox. 

 

Injectables, such as Botox & Juvederm will also be discussed and how different products/treatments can treat fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes and repair under-eye hollowing.

 

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5.0 star rating 1/22/2014 - Recent YELP review from Nicea DeGering!
 
"Through my business, I have been acquainted with several doctors in the Salt Lake Valley and Dr. Thompson is top notch! He made me feel comfortable right off the bat, he's very open and honest. I love that we talked about a plan for the future in realistic terms. I will and would see him again and would recommend him to my friends and family. His staff makes you feel like you are a star!"

 

 
Look Younger Without Surgery - Dr. Thompson on Good Things Utah 2/21/14

Troy: "Are signs up aging leaving you looking older than you feel but you don't want surgery? We have Dr. Scott Thompson, Facial plastic surgeon, here to today to discuss a revolutionary new non-surgical treatment on the market that restores volume loss instantly in the mid-face that will leave you looking and feeling your best. It's a quick 30 minute procedure with results lasting up to 2 years. Tell us about this new treatment".

 

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Cosmetic Surgery Question: What Is A Browlift?

Nobody can entirely escape the effects of aging. Often the first casualties of age are the brow and forehead. The skin begins to lose its elasticity, and various factors-like the sun, wind, and gravity-pull at the skin, resulting in frown lines, forehead wrinkles and heavy eyebrows. These signs can be felt even in your thirties. People might think you're tired or angry because of your forehead lines, even when that isn't the case.    You may feel a heaviness in your forehead, which can make you become sleepy. Your drooping eyebrows may even limit your peripheral vision.


The Best At-Home Tips For Healthy Facial Skin

Are you afraid that your face shows that age is catching up with you? You don't have to stand by helplessly as wrinkles spread across your once-smooth skin. Here's a simple list of things you can do to help keep the wrinkles away.

 

Among the most important things you can do to have healthy skin is to eat the right foods. Eat more fish-particularly salmon. Salmon and other cold-water fish are terrific sources of protein, which make building blocks for great skin. They also contain lots of omega-3, an essential fatty acid that nourishes your skin. You should also consume more soy. Evidence suggests that soy may heal or protect from dangerous effects of sun exposure. Other studies have suggested that drinking cocoa gives you two dietary antioxidants that protect your skin and keep it hydrated. Of course, don't skimp on the fruits and vegetables. Their antioxidants help keep skin looking younger and fresher.

 

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Plastic Surgery and Men

 

Plastic surgery isn't simply the domain of women. More and more men are going under the knife or otherwise taking cosmetic measures to make themselves look younger and better looking. According to research from the University of Texas, good-looking people get hired faster, get promoted earlier, and earn 3 to 4 percent more than below-average looking people. 

 

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Dr. Scott Thompson, M.D. Utah Facial Plastics, Explains Rhinoplasty

  

Doctor Thompson could you explain the rhinoplasty procedure?

Doctor Thompson: A rhinoplasty procedure is surgery that is done on the nose and it can be done for a variety of reasons. Most commonly it's a combination of trying to improve breathing and esthetics depending on what kind of a nose someone has or if there has been previous trauma. The exact process of making that happen varies quite a bit. 

 

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