Best Injectables and Dermal Fillers

Best Injectables and Dermal Fillers

Turn Back Time With These Treatments!

Our Best Injectables and Dermal Fillers are practical, non-surgical solutions to help turn back time, providing the youthful look you’ve always wanted. In this article, we’ll discuss Botox, Juvederm Fillers, Restylane Fillers, and Sculptra Aesthetic – answering some of the most popular questions we’ve been asked about these impressive treatments. 

Botox

Botox, also known as Botox Cosmetic, is a Botulinum Toxin. ...

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Young hands are a symbol of beauty

What to do about Aging Hands? Get young hands!

Young hands have always been a sign of youthfulness and beauty. A person may look great after a facelift or facial procedure, but it is common to hear the statement that you can still tell a person’s age by looking at their hands regardless of how their face or body looks. Restore older looking hands and have young hands once again. There are several rejuvenation treatments out there to ...

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How to Look Youthful Forever

Look youthfulLook youthful through a healthy lifestyle and Aesthetics

1. First, carefully choose your ancestors!! Those with thicker skin and more melanin age slower and have less skin cancers. Scandinavian families have thinner, less pigmented skin (from the pigment melanin) so less protection from the sun and less elasticity, thus experience more sagging and sun damage issues.

2. Avoid sunshine! Sun ...

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Rejuvenating the Face Without Surgery

MINI -FACELIFT WITHOUT SURGEY

Does it work?

UntitledAs more people are choosing the needle over the scalpel for facial rejuvenation, “Fillers” are reshaping faces as well as ideas about beauty at every age.

Over the past several years, much has happened in the field of “injectables.” Various materials are now being injected into the face by doctors to produce a rejuvenating ...

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Don’t Worry, Look Happy

Down in the Mouth

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Have you heard the expression, “Down in the Mouth?” Do people ever come up to you and ask, “Why do you look sad?” Even though you may have felt perfectly content, when people keep asking if you’re sad or angry, it could leave you feeling… well, sad or angry.

For many people, they can’t help projecting a sad ...

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Rejuvenating the Face Without Surgery

As more people are choosing the needle over the scalpel for facial rejuvenation, “Fillers” are reshaping faces as well as ideas about beauty at every age.

According to the August 2010 issue of Town and Country magazine, facial fillers are at the center of a quiet revolution in facial rejuvenation. These fillers trace their roots to the 1980’s when collagen and silicone became popular for filling lips. Over the past seven years, much has happened in the field ...

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Bruising Following Injections

If you are considering undergoing injectables for wrinkles of the face (Juvederm, Restylane, etc) or Sculptra for revolumizing, please note that there may be post injection bruising that can last anywhere from 7 days to 1 month (but rarely more than 10 days).

In order to decrease and shorten the duration of bruising we recommend the following:

  1. Take no Aspirin products (Goodies, Excedrin, etc), Nuprin, Aleve, Advil, Vitamin E, fish oil (Omega’s) flax seed oil or any herbal that ...
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Top questions asked about injectable treatments

Are fillers and Botox Safe?
Fillers such as Juvaderm, Restylane, Sculptra, and Botox have been approved by the FDA. This means that clinical data on their safety and effectiveness were reviewed by the FDA prior to approval.

How much do injectables cost?
Cost varies across the country based on a number of factors. As an example, Botox typically ranges from $300- $500 for the “frown lines”. Considering that Botox lasts for 4 months, the cost ...

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Lip Augmentation or Enhancement with Injectables or PermaLip implants

Most everyone agrees that thin lips are not attractive. Unfortunately as we grow older the cutaneous lip elongates, meaning the distance from the nose to the red part of the lip, called the lip or vermillion. When this happens, the lip, meaning the red part, turns in and thins. Notice how in a young person the upper teeth are much more visible than in someone in the forties or older. This is because the lip is fuller ...

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