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Dermal fillers are injectable gels used to treat cosmetic issues including wrinkles and fine lines, nasolabial folds, vertical lip lines, and skin depressions. Commonly used by aestheticians and cosmetic surgeons, dentists also use these products to treat both skin issues and issues related to the head and neck. Why Dentists? In addition to familiarity with facial aesthetics, dentists have in-depth knowledge about facial muscles, the nervous system, and blood supply. They are skilled at oral restoration, dentures, and smile design. Dentists are adept at facial injections and, in fact, do more oral and maxillofacial injections than any other medical professionals.   Uses of Botox in Dentistry The following dental conditions can be treated with Botox: Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Disorders There are various causes of TMJ disorders. The muscles for mastication (masticatory muscles) are primarily affected, resulting in pain, odd sounds, headaches, and more. Botox help [Read more]
Endless Applications of Botox
Botox is the first Botulinum toxin-derived drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). OnobotulinumtoxinA is the primary chemical it contains, which is produced by a bacterium called Clostridium botulinum. Harmful in in large quantities is harmful, smaller or therapeutic doses have various clinical applications. While the primary use of Botox is to treat facial wrinkles and other maxillofacial disorders, this injectable has endless applications! Botulinum toxin is available in seven different forms, types A to G. The type A and B are most common, and are commercially used for their therapeutic effects.  There are two variants of this drug, Botox and Botox Cosmetic. Botox is used as a muscle relaxant to treat conditions like muscle dystonia, TMJ disorders, urinary problems, and more. Botox Cosmetic is used to treat aesthetic issues such as wrinkles and nasolabial folds. Therapeutic Applications of Botox As the first FDA-approved drug to use the compound botul [Read more]
Owning and operating a cosmetic medical practice means keeping up with injectable trends, so you can keep your patients coming back for more. While procedures like Botox and dermal fillers will never go out of style, there may come a time when you feel like your practice has stagnated. Fortunately, new procedures are always undergoing development and clinical testing; keeping your offerings fresh is a matter of paying attention to what your patients want, which in turn will help grow your business. In this article, we’ll explore the popular trends emerging in 2020. Injectable Boosters There’s no doubt that social media plays an important role in medical cosmetics’ changing trends. With the proliferation of filters on apps like Instagram and Snapchat, many patients wish to emulate this airbrushed quality. A number of procedures work to create a flawlessly smooth face. While booster shots of nutrient-rich amino acid and sodium hyaluronate have been popular in recent [Read more]
Retinol Tolerance: What You Need to Know Retinoids are found in the skincare routines of many, as these are the second-best methods for preventing aging, right after sunscreen. Comprising vitamin A and its derivatives, retinoids work by binding to nuclear receptors and modulating the expression of genes that regulate cell differentiation and proliferation. This causes normalisation of cell keratinisation, which is the process of the outermost cells of the epidermis being replaced by keratin. Tretinoin is a natural retinoid available by prescription, and tazarotene and adapalene are synthetic retinoids. There are also many over the counter products made with retinol and retinyl esters, such as the Zo product line, that are easy to incorporate into a routine for people seeking skin rejuvenation and a youthful complexion. While retinoids are sometimes avoided due to their side effects, these can be overcome with proper use. Benefits of Topical Retinoids When Kligman and Willis intro [Read more]
When it comes to fine lines and wrinkles, there are many different potential causes. It is important to understand what causes you can attribute to your specific case, as this is often the deciding factor when considering treatments. It also helps to understand the general causes of fine lines and wrinkles so that you can be proactive in slowing down their appearance. Common Causes of Fine Lines and Wrinkles Some of the most common causes of fine lines and wrinkles include the following: Age: Unfortunately, there is little to be done for the aging process. As the skin ages, the body slows down its collagen and elastin production. This mostly happens in areas surrounding the eyes, mouth, neck and forearms, causing fine lines and wrinkles. The Sun: Exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays breaks down your skin’s connective tissue and speeds up the skin’s aging process. Facial Movement: Repeated facial movements that tense the muscles also cause wrinkles and fine li [Read more]
Many people want to lose weight because of how good they will feel, and how active their new lifestyles will be. We almost never think of what that weight loss will do to the skin! After losing weight, many people who previously had smooth, wrinkle-free skin, experience sagging and a loss of elasticity, which makes skin look older or deflated. When this happens, you can be left feeling unhappy about ever having lost weight at all. Thankfully, dermal fillers can help regain the skin’s smoothness and elasticity following weight loss. What Effect Does Weight Loss Have on Skin and How Can Dermal Fillers Help? When the body loses weight, the skin loses its volume and elasticity, which makes it appear sallow and wrinkled, especially in the face and neck. This can even lead to under-eye bags and crow’s feet where there weren’t any before. Dermal fillers add volume to the skin and fill in wrinkles. Individuals who have lost a significant amount of weight in a short period o [Read more]
Pharmacy Checker's Antitrust Suit Against Big Pharma
This summer, Pharmacy Checker launched a lawsuit against a number of Big Pharma groups alleging the use of shadow regulation to control consumer access to information regarding online foreign pharmacies offering low-cost medications to United States residents. These groups, the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP), Alliance for Safe Online Pharmacies (ASOP), Center for Safe Internet Pharmacies Ltd. (CSIP), LegitScript LLC, and Partnership for Safe Medicines, Inc. (PSM), are accused of leveraging relationships with internet gate keepers including search engines and domain name registrars. They are doing so in order to blacklist legitimate Canadian pharmacies, foreign pharmacies, and PharmacyChecker.com, restricting access to valuable information regarding ordering medication online, monopolizing the market and keeping U.S. drug prices high. Brand name medications can cost up to 90% less from a reputable international pharmacy than from a US pharmacy - [Read more]
In the age of selfies, we’re so concerned with how we’re going to appear in that next Instagram photo, it’s no wonder so many people are interested in improving the look of their face. As we age, the network of collagen fibers that supports the connective tissue of our face begins to degrade. This means that as we get older, we are more susceptible to lines, wrinkles, and hollows. While we can do our part to slow the process down, like a healthy diet and lifestyle, it’s an inevitable part of getting older. When it comes to keeping your face looking younger and firmer, dermal fillers are a great treatment option. Organic chemicals, fillers often take the form of a gel. These gels are injected into wrinkles, lines, and hollows to “fill them out” and add volume. The most popular treatment areas are the regions surrounding the eyes, cheeks, lips, and jawline. Medica Depot offers several types of dermal fillers, each of which is made from different ingr [Read more]
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