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  • Who Is Administering Your Botox? Why Credentials Matter.

    NBC's recent story, about the major consequences of seemingly minor facial treatments calls our attention to a scary but true scenario- doctors you trust for significant care in certain areas of your life --from dentistry to internal medicine--are not likely the best option to administer facial fillers or Botox. But until you know what qualifications to look for, you may be swayed to get an enhancement at the hands of a Botox novice.  

  • New in Beauty: Restylane Silk Offers Subtle Lip Enhancement

    As we get older, our skin changes – and with it, our appearance. 

    I’ve just entered my mid-thirties and things are starting to happen. Lines are appearing where they weren’t before; I have wrinkles and graying roots. 

    With many years (we hope) of aging before me, it seemed like a good idea to find methods to stop some of the signs in its tracks – and that’s why I tried Restylane Silk. 

  • Raising Eyebrows with Botox –A Noninvasive Brow lift Option

    Kristen decided to have Botox because from working in a board-certified plastic surgeon’s office, she’s seen how Botox helps raise low-set eye brows, brightening up a patient’s face in addition to reducing crow’s feet and other facial wrinkles. 

    Botulinum Toxin (Botox) is the most popular nonsurgical procedure in the United States. It relaxes and smooths the look of lines and wrinkles caused by repetitive movements on the face.  

  • Botox Softened My Facial Lines and Wrinkles

    Maryann received Botox injections from a board-certified plastic surgeon to reduce her facial lines and wrinkles. Although, she didn’t think they were deep, she wanted to smooth out some of the wrinkles. 

    Botulinum toxin (Type A) is a cosmetic injection that blocks the nerve signals that cause muscles to contract. This effect relaxes and smooths the look of lines and wrinkles caused by repetitive movements on the face—most commonly, between the brows, crows-feet around the eyes, and horizontal forehead creases. 

  • Busting the Four Myths About Dermal Fillers

    While most of the world is relatively free from traveling snake-oil salesmen tactics, that doesn’t mean the fear-mongering, telling of tales and telephone game misinformation left the building with them. No sir, those myths still abound. So let’s bust ‘em, shall we? 

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