Category: Botox and Fillers

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Local 12 news in Ohio recently aired this story to answer the question “What is a Botox Breast lift?” Reporters explain that while the breast lift has documented results, and Botox is considered practical and effective, the so-called Botox Breast Lift is not a cost effective cosmetic treatment people should pursue. The most common theory… Continue Reading »

Media Buzzing About the Liquid Facelift

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The liquid facelift is basically soft tissue augmentation with injectable fillers, but the goal is to achieve results that are similar to surgery.  Yet the results are said to be “typically more subtle than surgery.”  This topic is getting lots of media attention: Harper’s Bazaar is the latest to pick it up and interview some… Continue Reading »

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While people sound plenty optimistic about the economy this week, competition in the job market is still pretty fierce.  At our Rancho Cucamonga location, we’ve had more than one patient say they suspect that age, or their appearance has affected their job prospects to some extent. When you’re in competition with young adults fresh out… Continue Reading »

It’s true – we’re carrying the brand new Botox competitor, Dysport. Dysport is marketed by the pharmaceutical company Medicis, the same company that brings you Restylane and Perlane.  We weren’t expecting it until mid-July but it’s available in our office as of today.  If you’re interested, don’t hesitate to give us a call. Dysport is… Continue Reading »

A survey conducted by researchers from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) has given us some insight about patients who choose wrinkle treatments. Researchers sent questionnaires last March to 687 patients who had received Botox and/or dermal filler treatment. The following statistics illustrate the motivations of the ‘typical’ patient. Who is the ‘typical’ patient?… Continue Reading »

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Featured in the latest issue of Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery is a medical study on the safety of the wrinkle relaxing injectable, Reloxin.  The new drug, which is expected to be an alternative to Botox, was evaluated for its use on moderate to severe forehead wrinkles (or glabeller lines).  The results of the study… Continue Reading »

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