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As the popularity of a vegan lifestyle grows, and the popularity of minimally-invasive cosmetic treatments grows, it can only lead to one thing: more questions from your patients about vegan-friendly cosmetic injections. You may be an expert at restoring youth and beauty, but these lifestyle questions can be difficult to address, even for seasoned cosmetic injectors. Sooner or later, one of your patients will ask if their favorite injectable is vegan-friendly, so learn what makes a product vegan and If Juvederm, Restylane, Botox, and other injections fit this category. What makes a product vegan-friendly? Two main factors determine if a product is vegan: its ingredients and its testing. 1. Ingredients For a product to be vegan, it must contain no animal products but also no ingredients derived from animals. When it comes to food, for example, it must not contain meat but also no eggs, dairy, or other products obtained from animals, even if that animal is still alive. V [Read more]
Juvedern Cost for face, lips, under eye and mouth
How Much Does Juvéderm Cost? Juvéderm is a popular dermal filler commonly used for the treatment of facial wrinkles. The average cost of the treatment (per syringe) is around $620. This is not necessarily reflective of the cost for everyone, as the exact cost of Juvéderm varies due to to the use of different formulas, provider fees, and location. For these reasons, cost per session will vary by patient, and the amount needed to get the desired results. The treatment requires a short recovery time, so time off work will be minimal to none, lowering the cost of having work performed. Juvéderm is generally not covered by insurance. Costs vary depending on the desired results and patient needs. The cost of Juvéderm averages around $500 to $600 per syringe. Juvéderm comes in multiple variants that range in price. Juvéderm treatments will not require you to take time off work for recovery. What Are The Total Costs Of Juvéderm Treatments? Juvéderm [Read more]
Woman receiving injection to contour jawline
Introduction Patients seeking rejuvenating procedures for their aging face often present with prominent nasolabial folds, marionette lines, perioral lines, loss of volume to the lips, and changes along the jawline. Subtle changes along the jawline reveal advancing age. A patient’s appearance is significantly affected with the loss of definition of the mandibular border. There is a general perception that a well-contoured jawline is the hallmark of a youthful face. Aging is a natural phenomenon and the skin bears the first obvious signs of the passing of time. Gravitational forces, increased tissue laxity, and progressive bone resorption all play a role in the manifestations of facial aging. Atrophy and resorption of the malar, submalar, and buccal fat pads lead to volume loss in the midface. With aging, the jawline’s shape becomes less aesthetically appealing. As a result, there has been a significant increase in the number of non-surgical and minimally invasive procedur [Read more]
synvisc vs euflexxa image comparison
Synvisc (hylan G-F 20) is the brand name for the high-molecular-weight injectable fluid that contains both hylan A and hylan B polymers. The polymers in Synvisc, like most hyaluronic derivatives, are derived from rooster combs and are classified as avian-derived hyaluronic acid (AV-HA). Euflexxa, on the other hand is made from a very highly purified product extracted from bacterial cells. It is a polysaccharide consisting of a repeating disaccharide of N-Acetylglucosamine and sodium glucuronate that are linked by glycosidic bonds. While Supartz, Synvisc, and other AV-HA brands are similar in their efficacy, Synvisc offers a one-dose treatment that prevents multiple trips to a doctor’s office. According to the National Institute of Health, AV-HA treatments all appear to relieve pain for between 4 and 14 weeks by restoring both mechanical and biomechanical homeostasis in the joint. A difference in price gives Euflexxa a bit of an edge. At present, Euflexxa is about 20% cheaper [Read more]
chinese woman treated with juvederm nasolabial folds
Study Finds Best Filler for Chinese Patients Experienced doctors know that patients need tailored treatment plans. The best way to get the most effective treatment is to discuss a patient’s expectations and goals for receiving any kind of facial rejuvenation, so that a personalized treatment plan can be administered based on the patient’s age, skin type, the severity of the issues being treated, and many more factors. But, what if there is more to determining the best treatment for your patients? Finding the right filler While there is a distinct and obvious difference between the kinds of wrinkles and lines that are most effectively treated certain fillers, there is also a difference in effectiveness even amongst dermal filler products. With such a large variety of products available to choose from, including popular brands such as Juvederm, Restylane, Radiesse, and Sculptra, to name a few, it can sometimes be a challenge to know which cosmetic injectable will be the ri [Read more]
Botox for Incontinence
The loss of bladder control is a common condition, especially in women. This condition, which is also known as urinary incontinence or bladder leakage, can be caused by muscular factors—such as the weakening of the pelvic wall, a condition commonly seen after childbirth—or by neurological factors due to the uncontrolled contractions or spasm of the bladder wall. Botulinum toxin products, especially Botox, have been used in the treatment of incontinence caused by muscle hyperactivity for over a decade. In the United States, the FDA has granted approval for Botox to treat two types of bladder dysfunction: an overactive bladder, and detrusor overactivity associated with a neurologic condition. This article will delve deeper into the use of Botox for treating urinary incontinence in part by focusing how Botox works and how to administer the drug. What is botulinum toxin and how does it treat urinary incontinence? Botulinum toxin treatments are best known as a type o [Read more]
Benefits and uses of juvederm ultra xc
Contents Uses and Benefits How Does Juvéderm Ultra XC Work? Where Does Juvéderm Ultra Work? Juvéderm Ultra XC Procedure Preparing for Juvéderm Ultra XC Treatment How Much Does Juvéderm Ultra XC Cost? Juvéderm Ultra XC: Uses and Benefits Juvéderm Ultra XC a dermal filler approved by the FDA in 2010. It is used most commonly to increase the fullness of the lip area, as well as treat wrinkles in the face area. The product is made up of hyaluronic acid (HA), lidocaine, and water. The formula is designed to plump up the patient's skin by increasing the overall volume from beneath. The treatment is intended for all adults who want to improve the look of their face and lips. Juvéderm Ultra XC Ultra XC is dermal filler that works using hyaluronic acid, lidocaine, and water. It is commonly used to treat lip lines and reduce the effect of thinning in the lip area. All the active ingredients are generally well tolerated, so allergic reactions are rare. [Read more]
bocouture box image in UK USA Canada English
Where to buy Bocouture? You can buy Bocouture, also known as Xeomin, online through online retailers and also from brick and mortar authorized merchants. Buying online can be more convenient and save you time. Shopping online usually requires you to simply select the strength and quantity you want to purchase, submit your medical license number, complete payment and provide a mailing address. Buying online has become more popular among medical practitioners since it allows them to focus on their practice and manage their supply inventory better. Need help finding Bocouture or another product? If you cannot find what you need in our extensive product catalog, we can help source any medical or aesthetic product for you. Simply use our product request form or  speak to one of our expert purchasing agents and start saving today! Contact Us What is Bocouture? Also known as Xeomin or Xeomin Aesthetic, this is a cosmetic injectable made of botulinum toxin type A—similar [Read more]
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