A: Facial filler is a term that used for various types of products that are injected into the face to remove wrinkles and/or add volume.
Facial fillers are clear, flexible gels made of hyaluronic acid, which is a safe compound to exactly mimic the hyaluronic acid produced by our own body. Fillers are extremely safe, show results instantly, and when injected properly, are totally natural looking.
Q I have bags and dark circles under my eyes that make me look old and tired. Is there a product I can use to make them go away.
A I wish it were that easy; unfortunately, there are no topical products that will truly help with bags under eyes. Bags under the eyes are caused by an accumulation of fat. This hereditary; chances are good that your mother or father had the same condition.Read More
A: Cellulite is normal fat which causes a 'crater' effect because it is trapped beneath the surface of the skin. This trapped fat pushes against the connective tissue, septa, causing the skin above it to pucker. Cellulite is more common in women and is commonly found on the thighs and buttocks, but can appear anywhere.Read More
Q: My legs make me look heavy even though my upper body is trim and is in shape. How do I get legs that would allow me to wear jeans again?Read More
A: That is a very common question and can be very confusing to the uninitiated! They are very different, but they are both used to reduce lines and wrinkles on the face. Botox is typically used around the eyes and on the forehead, and fillers are used in the mid and lower face. Why is this?Read More
Q. My hair is thinning on the top of my head. I have heard about PRP hair restoration treatments to restore hair; does that work?
A. Yes, PRP is an excellent and safe treatment to stimulate follicles to regrow hair. PRP, Platelet Rich Plasma, has shown to be very effective for hair restoration in many men and women.Read More
Q: I have crepiness and fine lines around my eyes that make me look older; what is my best treatment option?
A. Yes, eventually many of us will start to develop fine wrinkles around the eyes; our skin is very thin there. This is a situation where we would have to see you in person in order to do an evaluation.
There are several possible solutions depending upon the level and exact location of crepiness and fine lines, whether there is also laxity or loose skin, your age and how deep the lines are.Read More
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Q: Does Laser Hair Removal Really Work?
A: Absolutely; laser hair removal is extremely effective for the vast majority of people.Read More