Founder and Owner of Oculus Plastic Surgery and Specialty Surgery Center, Harvey “Chip” Cole, III, MD, FACS Talks About How Food Affects Skin Health.

Harvey “Chip” Cole, III, MD, FACS founder and owner of Oculus Plastic Surgery and Specialty Surgery Center gets under the skin with food tips and facts that feed healthy, vibrant skin year-round.


ATLANTA, GA, Aug 1, 2019: Founder and Owner of Oculus Plastic Surgery and Specialty Surgery Center, Harvey “Chip” Cole, III, MD, FACS posted a new article on the Oculus website entitled, The Skinny On Great Looking Skin Year-Round, in which Dr. Cole reminds readers that beautiful skin is actually more than just skin deep.


article from Oculus plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures atlantaDr. Cole begins saying that, “It’s summertime.” He goes on to add, “That means it’s time to show off your beautiful skin. As we all know,” he writes, “beautiful skin is not simply about the condition of your face. Your skin is the body’s largest organ and caring for it is truly more of an inside job than an outside job. That’s why when someone is preparing for a facial procedure, I discuss diet more often than any other daily habit.”


“As a doctor, I can tell a lot about your health just by looking at your skin, hair and nails,” writes Dr. Cole. He elaborates, “Your skin is an indicator of your overall health. In fact, here’s a tip. If you are feeling lethargic and your skin is breaking out, before heading for that energy drink or making a trip to the dermatologist for an antibiotic, think about what your diet has been lately.”


“As a plastic surgeon who specializes in facial procedures,” Dr. Cole states, “I can tell what’s going on deep below the surface of your skin. And I can also assure you that cosmetic surgery addresses much more than surface beauty.”


Dr. Cole encourages readers to, “Pay attention to the turgor of your skin.” He explains, “That’s the ability of your skin to snap back when pinched. If it doesn’t snap back right away, chances are you may be dehydrated. That’s a clue to up your water intake. The elasticity of your skin is enormously affected by what you eat and drink.”


According to Dr. Cole, “In my practice, I see so many people who attach to the latest “fad diet” who tend to pay more attention to calories than nutrients. Fad diets tend to leave one with a sallow complexion and lower energy levels. Hair and nails are also adversely affected.”


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About Dr. Cole

Harvey “Chip” Cole, III, MD, FACS
Quadruple Board Certified


Harvey “Chip” Cole, III, MD, FACS is not just a surgeon, he is a nationally and internationally recognized, quadruple Board Certified Surgeon, specializing in Oculoplastic and Cosmetic surgery of the eyes and face – both reconstructive and rejuvenative. Dr. Cole’s dedication to standards of excellence in his profession is seen through his vast experiences within the fields of rejuvenation and reconstructive surgery. Known as “The Eye Guy”, Dr. Cole is an instructor on blepharoplasty, facelift and laser resurfacing, sharing his knowledge through national and international teaching lectures. In over 30 years in business, Dr. Cole has performed over 30,000 surgeries for patients ranging from infants to the elderly. Both, his surgical expertise and artistry continue to be nationally recognized.



About Oculus

Our state-of-the-art facilities combine the best medical technologies with unparalleled comfort. Our state-of-the-art Joint Commission accredited surgical suite is home to the majority of surgical procedures. World-class technologies, along with our pristine environment, create the security of a top-notch hospital while offering the comfort of a private office. Within our treatment rooms, advanced techniques and practices are utilized in order to increase the longevity of your results and diminish effects of aging.












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