Dermal Fillers

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What is hyperdilute filler treatment?

Is it simply diluted filler? Hyperdilute filler refers to taking regular off the shelf fillers and diluting them with sterile saline solution. This process can be done with many of the different fillers on the market. Recently there has been a surge in interest regarding hyperdilute biostimulating fillers, particularly Radiesse. What is unique about Radiesse? …

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Volume Replacement

Just like death and taxes, facial volume loss with aging is going to happen. As we age, we lose volume. This happens in both the boney structure of the face and body and in the soft tissue fat pads of the face and body. It is a natural fact of aging and as aging progresses; …

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Facial Fat Injections

What is the best way to restore fat loss from the face as you age? Facial volume restoration is a vital part of a comprehensive approach to facial rejuvenation. Facial fat injections, fat grafting, is the best way to accomplish this task. As people age, volume loss in the face occurs from both atrophy (shrinkage) …

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Long-Lasting Sculptra

Collagen is the key to firm, younger-looking skin. This protein provides the structural framework under our epidermis. Unfortunately, every year after we have our 20th birthday our bodies produce one additional percentage point less collagen. No wonder wrinkles, lines, and areas of volume loss really show themselves when we’re 50 — it’s because we now produce …

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