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Radiesse for Cheeks Augmentation

The cheek is the fleshy region of the face that is located below the eyes and between the nose and the left or right ear. This region tends to be plump and round due to the placement of malar fat pads. These facial tissues lose their volume easily due to aging, which results in unattractive sagging skin, sunken cheeks, and undefined cheekbones. Dermal fillers can then be used to instantly add volume and definition to the cheeks with very little recovery time. How does Radiesse help to aug ... READ MORE
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Juvederm for Chin Explained

Why consider chin augmentation The chin is the area under the lower lip that encompasses the mandibular prominence. Sometimes known as the mental region, a well-defined chin is important to maintain one’s facial harmony and level of attractiveness. Unfortunately, not everyone is bestowed with a sculpted chin; in fact, some people develop chin deformities as they age. Some of the most commonly complained about chin imperfections include wrinkles, an undefined jawline, and recessed bo ... READ MORE
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Botox and Breastfeeding: Complete Guide for Mothers

Mothers may be keen to maintain their youthful skin even while breastfeeding. To some, Botox may be an attractive treatment, as it can provide immediate relief to wrinkles and creases on the face. Its appeal can also be boosted by its popularity, with more than seven million Botox users in the United States in 2017. But, the big question remains: is Botox safe for mothers who are breastfeeding? Overview on Botox There are many legitimate advantages and concerns with Botox. For one, it ... READ MORE
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Understanding Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers—also known as soft tissue implants, injectable gels, or wrinkle fillers—are medical devices formulated to effectively soften the appearance of wrinkles and lines. These implants can also be used to treat other frequently reported aesthetic imperfections, such as undefined facial contours, sunken facial regions, scars, dehydration, and dullness. Besides that, some fillers are also designed to non-surgically augment less than desirable facial features, like thin and shape ... READ MORE
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Restylane for Nasolabial Folds Explained

Formation of nasolabial fold Nasolabial folds—also known as smile lines, laugh lines, or nasogenian furrows—are the deep skin creases that extends from the corner of the nose to the corner of the mouth. This aesthetic issue forms as a result of biological aging, whereby the normal cellular production rate decreases rapidly. Besides that, some patients also undergo the loss of facial fat tissues, which causes the skin to become inelastic and sag even more. Furthermore, repetitive facia ... READ MORE
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Botox for Bladder: Treatment, Effects, and Results

The anatomy of the bladder The urinary bladder is a hollow and distensible muscular sac that is located at the base of the pelvis just above and behind the pelvic bone. The bladder can be divided into the following four major structures: The apex: Also known as the vertex or summit of the bladder, it is the superior portion of the bladder and is located opposite to the fundus.   The body: The urine gets collected in the body of the bladder until the urge to urinate occurs. The ... READ MORE
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Restylane for Cheeks: Why Doctors Use Restylane for Cheeks

Anatomy of the cheek The cheek is the fleshy region that extends inferiorly to the margin of the mandible, superiorly to the zygomatic arch, posteriorly to the ear, and anteriorly to the corner of the mouth. A large portion of the facial fat tissues, which are also known as malar fat pads, are located just underneath this area. These tissues give a plump and healthy appearance to the cheek. However, this fleshy region tends to lose its volume due to aging, which leads to unattractive sign ... READ MORE
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Lip Augmentation Part 2: Best Fillers for Lip Augmentation

Best Fillers for Lip Augmentation Many patients who are unhappy with the shape and size of their lips choose to undergo non-surgical lip augmentation procedures that offer near instantaneous results with minimal side effects and minimal recovery times. The success rate of these aesthetic procedures is influenced by the expertise of the physician, injection technique, type and volume of filler injected, and the patient’s unique anatomy. The article below will explain in detail the ... READ MORE
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Treating Masseter Hypertrophy: Professional Tips

What is the use of botulinum toxin? Botulinum toxin (BTX) is a powerful neurotoxic protein that is produced by Clostridium botulinum bacteria, a type of microorganism that is found abundantly in soil and untreated water throughout the world. Though the BTX is highly toxic to humans, the toxin is now used widely in the medical industries to successfully treat various medical conditions caused by excessive muscle tone and uncontrollable muscle contractions, including blepharospasm, strabism ... READ MORE
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Synvisc vs Cortisone: Osteoarthritis Treatment

Treating Osteoarthritis: Synvisc vs Cortisone What are the treatment methods for osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis (OA) is a long-term inflammatory disease that affects the synovial joints. This degenerative disease is usually seen in patients who are overweight, have a family history of OA, have weak thigh muscles, and/or have had previous joint injuries. Under normal circumstances, the synovial joint is made of two bones that are covered with a tough and protective articular cartilage. Thi ... READ MORE
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