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  • Want to look younger? Plump up your cheeks.

    Have you ever looked in the mirror and wondered, “What is the one thing I could change about my face that would send me back to the glory days of my early 20s? Or 30s? Or even 40s?”
    A facelift used to be the answer. But, now, according to The New York Times, plastic surgeons “are turning their attention away from smoothing out wrinkles to increasing volume.”
    The old way was to fill facial lines. The new way is to “plump” the midface. The theory is that round, plump cheeks are a sign of youth and saggy, sunken cheeks are markers of age. 

  • Hand-in-hand, Florida couples receive cosmetic procedures

    For those looking to give their significant other an unconventional anniversary gift, his and hers Botox injections might be just the thing. According to The Sun-Sentinel, plastic surgeons in South Florida are seeing an uptick in couples receiving joint plastic surgery procedures, ranging from injectables to body-contouring. 

  • Can Botox injections cure your blues?

    Over the years Botox has evolved from a procedure to reduce wrinkles and frown lines to a treatment for various medical conditions, such as migraine headaches, incontinence and even excessive sweating. Now, new research suggests that the injectable might become a leading way to ease depression. 

  • What's the difference between Botox and facial fillers?

    Botox, the neuromuscular toxin used to treat wrinkles, has become a household name. Many people think that it's the only type of injectable cosmetic medicine - but they're wrong. In fact, there are several different kinds of aesthetic treatments that can be injected, and they serve different purposes. Let's take a look at a few of the differences to help you decide which is best for your needs. 

  • Botox gets FDA-approval to erase

    The fine lines extending from the outer corner of the eyes are known as laugh lines, lateral canthal lines or "crow's feet." Call them what you may, they're viewed as one of the first signs of aging. 

    More than a decade ago, Botox emerged as a safe alternative for the temporary removal of vertical (glabellar) wrinkles between the eyebrows, also known as "elevens" or frown lines. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved it for this purpose. 

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