Category Archives: Restylane

Non-Surgical Facelift: Does It Work?

The latest hype surrounding cosmetic procedures is the “liquid facelift,” which achieves a more youthful appearance using BOTOX® Cosmetic and dermal fillers such as Restylane®. In my Denver practice, I see great results from these treatments in patients who are not quite ready for a facelift. BOTOX and Restylane can help to smooth lines and wrinkles and restore lost volume to…

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Up-and-Coming Procedure: Chin Augmentation

Chin augmentation on the rise in San Francisco.

I recently read an article written for Forbes that discussed the rise in popularity of chin augmentation procedures. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the number of chin enhancement surgeries increased 71% from 2010 to 2011. Does this surprise you? Although it is a lesser-known procedure, chin augmentation is a great way to enhance a weak chin and…

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Platelet Rich Plasma for Cosmetic Use

You may already know about PRP (platelet rich plasma) therapy to help repair and regenerate soft tissue after injuries. Now, there is more exciting news. Success in this area has led to further developments that include the use of PRP for cosmetic improvement. Using the Body’s Own Healing Properties PRP has long been used to promote healing following sports injuries…

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Different Dermal Fillers

As women and men age, it’s common for skin on the face to show the effects of gravity and sun damage. Indiana plastic surgeons provide a number of surgical options for reducing the signs of aging, but a popular trend among people who may not be ready for a surgical procedure is the use of dermal fillers. Dermal fillers temporarily…

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