Results of a research study unveiled at the meeting of American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeon on April 24 in Washington, D.C show that after two years of Botox treatment, patients can potentially cut the frequency of their Botox treatments into half.Although the research was sponsored by an unrestricted educational grant from Allergen, Inc., the …Read More
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Monthly Archives: April 2010
Skin and fat atrophy over time but so do jaw, check, and eye-socket bones according to researchers at the University of Rochester. Changes such as upper eyelid drooping, cheeks and jowls going limp, and sinking eye sockets sound quite depressing but these are the changes that appear to be more visible than simple sagging skin.A …Read More
Botox injections are non-invasive and therefore are very popular with people. With Botox treatment, people can look younger and freshen up their look. A recent study shows that Botox treatments which eliminate wrinkles can also eliminate the ability to show appropriate emotions on your face.A study conducted recently showed that people who have taken Botox …Read More
A botched butt augmentation surgery in Queens, New York highlights the growing epidemic of unsafe procedures done by unqualified individuals.The news article reported that an individual who went to a Queens spa to get a butt augmentation procedure done developed infections and almost died from the procedure.Any invasive cosmetic surgery is dangerous. But when a …Read More
Cosmetic treatments to enhance beauty may seem attractive but here’s a story that is really worth mentioning because it highlights the need for due diligence when looking into any cosmetic procedure or treatment. It is critical that people be aware of treatments or procedures that can harm them.There are two websites that are selling lipodissolve …Read More
The April issue of the Journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery had a very scary study. About 1876 cosmetic practitioners from the San Diego to the Los Angeles area were examined and it was found that less than 500 of them were actually trained in plastic surgery.It appears that primary care physicians were the ones who …Read More
A recent issue of the Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery included a new technique that was recently tried. Apparently two doctors used neck muscles instead of collagen implants to make fuller lips. The way it works is that a graft of the muscle in your neck that runs along the side is implanted into the …Read More
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