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hyaluronidase before and after

What is hyaluronidase? Hyaluronidase is a natural substance found in the body, which is collected from either cows or pigs. It is cleaned up to remove animal substances. It may also be produced in a laboratory that recreates it from human albumin sources. This product is routinely used for reversing  hyluronic acid fillers  such as Restylane, Juvederm,  Belotero and not for over-correction  of Radiesse or Silicon implants.  Hyaluronidase allergic reaction

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botox cost

how much does botox cost for forehead? Botox cost charged  in two ways  – either by “area” or by “unit.”Charging by “area” leads to fraud since the provider can dilute the Botox by whatever ratio they want and the patient never actually knows how much Botox they have received. There is also the possibility of cross-contamination between patients since the provider is using the vial over and over again for several patients. The alternative way of charging for Botox is by the “unit.” how much is botox around the eyes? Allergan just started supplying 50 Unit vials of Botox.  This is the average amount of Botox for a typical patient. 50 Units will cover the crow’s feet (2.5 units each), …

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mesotherapy with dermapen

Pioneered by the French physician Dr. Michel Pistor in 1952, Mesotherapy is a minimally invasive procedure that is widely used in Europe and elsewhere to treat various injuries, aesthetic concerns, skin and body concerns and medical conditions. Substances such as medications, herbs and vitamins are injected into the fat beneath the skin to produce cosmetic effects. The most common use is to dissolve fat or cellulite. Fat-dissolving injections sometimes go by the names lipodissolve, lipolysis or lipostabil. By definition any medication injected into the skin, fat or tissues of Mesoderm (middle layer of skin) is considered Mesotherapy. Using this technique, active ingredients that are highly beneficial to the skin can be directly injected into the areas they are most needed. …

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chin augmentation

chin injection with filler

chin implant or augmentation Chin implant needs surgery  that always carries inherent risks including scarring, infection, and anesthesia complications. Surgical chin enhancement involves inserting a chin implant. This implant can, rarely, move after surgery, having to be re-positioned. If there is a significant infection after surgery, the implant must be removed. In both of these situations, the cosmetic result can be ruined. Since surgical chin augmentation involves inserting an implant, the enlargement cannot be completely customized to the shape of your individual face. After surgery, implants can shift, giving an undesirable look. Over the years, as your face changes, the implant remains the same and may begin to look unnatural and no longer blend with the rest of your face …

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before and after botox

How long after botox can I sleep? It is recommended to not lay down for 4 hours after botox injection , because lying flat or bending over might make the Botox shift via gravity to orbital cavity and ophthalmologic side effects such as droopy eyelids or diplopia occur. Moreover, laying down makes the veins in  the head and neck become engorged and causes more swelling and bruising soon after injection. How long after Botox can I fly?

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prp facial

What is PRP? Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is blood plasma that contains a high concentration of your platelets. Platelets contain growth factors and are a specialized cell involved in injury healing and cell regeneration. A normal concentration of platelets in your blood is 200,000 per micro litre, whereas the platelet count in PRP has 1.6 to 8 times the level in your blood. PRP facial  is often combined with micro needling for optimal results. Skin needling induces mechanical injury to the collagen using fine needles to induce new collagen formation. The photos of Kim Kardashian receiving PRP therapy with micro needling have become so famous that the Vampire Facelift is now also commonly called the “Kim Kardashian facial”. PRP facial cost   …

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acne scar cure

  Acne scars are usually the result of inflamed blemishes caused by skin pores engorged with excess oil, dead skin cells and bacteria. The pore swells, causing a break in the follicle wall. Shallow lesions are usually minor and heal quickly. But if there is a deep break in the wall of the pore, infected material can spill out into surrounding tissue, creating deeper lesions. The skin attempts to repair these lesions by forming new collagen fibers. These repairs usually aren’t as smooth and flawless as the original skin. Acne scar cure needs understanding different scar types: Rolling scars – broad depressions with sloping edge. Boxcar scars – broad depressions with with sharply defined edges. Atrophic scars – flat, thin scars …

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