Read on to understand what the Tyndall effect is and which dermal fillers to avoid.
When it comes to considering Botox or fillers you may have head that bruising can be an issue.
Filler options have expanded significantly over the past several years to the point that there is now a product that can meet almost any patient’s goals.
Botox and Juvederm are both FDA-approved injectable treatments for facial rejuvenation, but they have some key differences in terms of function and results.
Juvederm is one of the world’s most recognized and trusted soft tissue fillers. It’s even the injectable product that celebrities like Kylie Jenner turn to enhance or rejuvenate their appearance.
While volume loss in a normal part of the aging process, it can cause undesirable changes in facial structure and make individuals look older.
Earlobe issues aren’t always at the top of patients lists of cosmetic concerns, but years of wearing heavy jewelry and sun exposure can age earlobes
Most patients seek injectable treatments because they want to look and feel younger without the downtime and risks of surgery.
In the past, an individual that disliked the size or shape of his/her nose had one option for improvement–a surgical rhinoplasty. That’s all changing.
If you’ve ever looked in the mirror and noticed dark, sunken or hollow areas around your eyes, you’re not alone. In fact, Katy Perry feels your pain!