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Guide to Choosing the Best Facial Rejuvenation Procedures for You

Are you considering facial rejuvenation? If yes, to what extent do you wish to go? Are you interested in a non-surgical procedure like Botox®, dermal fillers, or lasers? Or something more permanent like a facelift or necklift? Facial rejuvenation refers to choosing cosmetic enhancements designed to restore the youthful beauty you enjoyed years ago. Some… Read More

Video Blog: Jeuveau (#Newtox) vs. Botox

Most of us are familiar with Botox, which has been the standard for non-surgically smoothing wrinkles for years. A new product called Jeuveau, also known as #Newtox, recently hit the market. This direct competitor to Botox has many doctors and patients alike wondering just how the two compare. Botox vs. Jeuveau: What’s the Difference? Both… Read More

How Long Do Injectables Last?

Injectables have taken the world by storm, the aesthetics world that is. Any early to moderate signs of aging previously required a surgical facelift to help reduce the appearance of these lines and wrinkles, but injectables are changing that approach. As we age, the skin around the eyes, nose, mouth, in the forehead and every… Read More

Injectables: Your Best Friend

If you are looking for a non-invasive boost that will give you a refreshed, rested and youthful look to your face, injectables just might be right for you. In this modern world, quick fixes are all the rage; especially those that are quick and require little to no downtime. Most will fill lines and wrinkles… Read More

What is Botox, where should it be injected and do I need it?

Botox is a neuromodulator which de-innervates, or disables, the ability of the muscles to contract. Typically Botox is injected with a very small needle into the forehead muscles and into the muscles between the eyebrows. Botox is also often injected into the crows feet area adjacent to the lateral side of the eyes. When Botox… Read More

Why does my eyebrow droop after Botox?

The dreaded brow droop is often confused with eyelid droop after Botox. When Botox was first introduced the eyelid droop was the most feared. Eyelid droop usually resulted from blocking the elevator muscle when the injection was placed very close to the eyebrow and the product migrated down into the upper eyelid elevator. What I… Read More

Why don’t I see a big improvement when I have Botox injected into my crows feet?

Patients often ask me why they still don’t see a huge difference after they’ve had Botox injected in their crows feet. The development of creases within the crows feet area is not the result of a single muscle contraction of the orbicularis oculi because this muscle doesn’t control all of the creases associated with crows… Read More