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  • What do you need to know about Voluma?

    In this interview, Dr. Arthur Swift from Montreal, Canada talks about a new FDA-approved injectable treatment made from hyaluronic acid (HA) called Juvederm Voluma, which can help lift and recontour the tissue in cheeks. As we get older, we tend to lose volume in the cheekbones causing the skin to sag and droop. Like a "tent," Voluma supports the surrounding area, elevating the cheek with a minimal application of the product and very little discomfort for the patient. Dr. 

  • Can Botox help treat chronic conditions?

    Injectables are effective for fighting against the signs of aging, including smoothing out lines and wrinkles that may form over time. But while most patients are aware that this form of treatment can help improve appearance, they remain unaware of the additional benefits Botox may provide. 

  • Megan’s Decision to Get Botox

    When Megan turned 40, she noticed a wrinkle at the top of her forehead and as it became more noticeable it made her feel old. She spoke to her friends, and researched plastic surgeons online and found a local plastic surgeon with a wonderful reputation. After her consultation, she had multiple Botox injections and she was so happy with the outcome she has come back for additional treatments.  

  • Joanne: Fillers after My Facelift

    Joanne, a mother of three, had a facelift many years ago, and continues to utilize fillers as a way of keeping her skin looking fuller and tighter. To her, it is an essential part of her post-facelift regimen. She also believes that they are helpful for those not yet ready for a surgical facelift, but who instead need help restoring sunken-looking skin. 

  • 3 Types of Botox: Which is best for you?

    With each passing year, those stubborn lines trotting across my forehead and the infamous “elevens” between my eyes are getting more and more distinct. I started looking into some minimally invasive procedures to soften those lines and discovered that Botox is not a procedure, but rather, a brand name. 

    Just like Ziploc and Kleenex, the term Botox is used to define a procedure that actually has several different competing products on the market. 

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