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Xeomin® – The Latest in Facial Wrinkle Treatment

Xeomin® (incobotulinum toxin A) is the latest neurotoxin available for treatment of frown lines between the eyebrows (glabellar lines). Similar to Botox® (onabotulinum toxinA), Xeomin® is injected into the muscles in between the eyebrows that create these lines, relaxing the muscles resulting in improvement of these lines. As with Botox®, the effect is temporary, and lasts an… Read More »


Allergan Natrelle are one of the latest breast implants available.  Silicone gel breast implants are available in the United States from three different companies: Allergan, Sientra, and Mentor. The gel breast implants from all three companies are similar but not identical. There are differences in the cohesiveness (thickness) of the silicone gel filler, and differences in… Read More »

Juvéderm® Voluma

Juvéderm® Voluma is the first and only FDA approved filler for improvement of age-related volume loss of the midface. Voluma is another hyaluronic acid, similar to Juvéderm® Ultra, Juvéderm® Ultra plus, or Restylane®. Juvéderm® Voluma contains modifications to the crosslinking which allow the product to last up to 2 years. Voluma reverses age-related loss of… Read More »

Botox® or Dysport

There seems to be quite a bit of confusion out there regarding Botox® and Dysport®. They are both forms of botulinum toxin, which relax muscle. By carefully injecting these compounds into appropriate facial muscles, facial wrinkles can be improved. The dose of each is represented in “units”. However, because each of these products is manufactured… Read More »

Dysport Rebate

A Dysport® rebate is being offered by the maker of Dysport®.  Dysport®, like Botox®, is a form of botulinum toxin, commonly used to treat facial wrinkles by relaxing the muscles that cause them. During the months of February and March 2011, if you receive a treatment with Dysport®, the company will send you a $50… Read More »