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Some Relaxing News: Exploring How The Neuromodulator Landscape Is Evolving From Botox to Revance

More on Neuromodulators Neuromodulators, also termed neurotoxins that are used in plastic surgery are derived from botulinum toxin A, a substance produced by Clostridium botulinum bacteria. Botox is the original product, with Dysport, Xeomin and Jeuveau also on the market in the United States.  I like the term relaxers for these medicines as it points […]

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Get Your Fill: Exploring The Double-Edged Sword of Injectable Fillers in Facial Rejuvenation

Injectable fillers are not surgery, but plastic surgeons use injectable fillers every day for facial rejuvenation and enhancement.  Dr. Bass discusses the history of fillers and shares where we’ve come since the beginning of the modern era of injectable fillers.  Starting with Restylane and Juvederm along with newer FDA approved injectable fillers, there is a […]

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Before The Facelift: How a Multi-Faceted Program of Non-Surgical Treatments Can Postpone The Facelift

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class Before the Facelift: How a Multi-Faceted Program of Non-Surgical Treatments Can Postpone The Facelift For a Decade Most people focus on the facelift when they think of plastic surgery, and rightly so as it is still the main reset for facial aging. Still, there are several decades of facial aging […]

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