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Radiesse vs Restylane: What’s the difference between Radiesse and Restylane
The cosmetic injectable industry is enjoying massive growth in recent times due to increasing demand for minimally invasive aesthetic procedures like botulinum toxin and soft tissue augmentation treatments. Along with this growth is the frequent addition of new dermal fillers to the market, spurred by constant innovation and improvements in formulation. While this increase in therapeutic options may be a positive for consumers, an unfortunate effect of this is the substantial influx of information (and misinformation) about dermal filler treatments that can potentially mislead patients to make the wrong decision. There are plenty of choices when it comes to dermal fillers, each with their own benefits and downsides. This article hopes to shed some light on 2 very popular dermal filler treatments, Restylane vs Radiesse, and see how they fare in comparison to each other. What’s the difference between Radiesse and Restylane? Due to the sheer number of fillers currently available, [Read more]
Amalian vs Juvederm: Similarities and Differences Explained
If you have heard of Amalian fillers, you may have wondered how they compare to a more popular brand like Juvederm. Here, we take an in-depth look at this German brand of implantable gels and see how they fare against the Juvederm range. The products that make up the Amalian and Juvederm range are aesthetic treatments known as dermal fillers, which are gels that are injected into the skin to add volume to the skin in order to plump and firm it This volumization helps to counteract signs of skin aging such as wrinkles and volume loss. On average, these fillers provide results that are able to last anywhere between six months up to over a year. Dermal fillers are a popular non-surgical approach to facial rejuvenation known as cosmetic injectables. Other anti-wrinkle treatments like neurotoxins (e.g. Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin) also belong to this group. Cosmetic injectables have become one of the most common aesthetic procedures carried out in doctors’ offices and is often offere [Read more]
Sunscreen on a woman's hand
The skin covers the entire body, making it our largest organ. Due to its exposure to the elements, it comes as no surprise that the skin is largely affected by the environment and its changes. Temperature and humidity changes necessitate adjusting skincare routines to maintain skin health, as many skin-related diseases and issues—such as  acne, psoriasis, eczema, and rosacea—show seasonal variability. Fortunately, there are plenty of skincare products that differ in terms of moisture content, thickness, and strength, which means there are plenty of products to meet the skin’s needs. It is important to consider seasonal changes when planning clinical treatments as well. Understanding the structure and function of skin The skin can be divided into two main layers: the epidermis and dermis. The uppermost layer is the epidermis, which is composed of tightly packed epithelial cells. It is essentially the barrier that keeps out harmful substances such as bacteria, to [Read more]
Filler injection into lips
The look of a full and sulky lip has been desired by both genders for hundreds, if not thousands of years. They convey a sense of youth that is attractive and pleasing. The desire for luscious lips spares is one that is present in many cultures, both in the past and in the present. Indeed, even across the central steppes of Asia and the vast riches of the Middle East, the lips are regarded as the aesthetic center of the lower face. To many females in particular, they are a major sign for beauty. For many patients today, the lips are a prime aesthetic concern, especially for patients that have severe signs of aging such as a decrease in lip volume, perioral wrinkles, smoker’s lines, and downturned corners. However, many patients share a common negative perception about surgical procedures, including ones aimed at the lips, as the complications of such procedures have often been devastating and/or even permanent. Fortunately, the days of exceptionally poor results from [Read more]
Male receiving body contouring treatment
For centuries, the ideal male body has been depicted as an athletic, lean, and muscular figure; this is seen in many historic art pieces, such as Greek sculptures. Today, many actors are considered body icons and are sprawled across the front pages of magazines globally. Research has found that the ideal male body shape is characterized by lean and well-defined muscle mass, and it is often a body type that many women prefer as well. This body type is considered a physical manifestation of traits such as discipline, dominance, resilience, attractiveness, and sexual experience. It is possible to achieve this ideal physique by committing to regular exercise and a healthy diet, but some men do not have the time or inclination to spend hours at the gym. Physique also changes as men age, and it is difficult to get rid of the fat that may appear. Additionally, each man has his own goal of how his body should look, and the so-called ideal body is not necessarily everyone’s preference. A [Read more]
image of doctor storing botox properly
Botox and other botulinum toxins have storage conditions specified on their packaging. This ensures that the product is safe and potent when it is used. However, things do not always go as planned. Maybe you mixed up a solution only to have a no-show patient, over-purchased in order to receive a volume discount, or your courier left a box on your doorstep in a heat wave. In these situations, you may find yourself throwing away hundreds of dollars worth of botulinum toxin. What a huge waste! The good news is, research suggests that the manufacturer's storage recommendations may be far too conservative. A few studies have looked into the effectiveness of different brands of botulinum toxins and found that they are viable long past the times recommended. Knowing this can save you money, reduce waste and help you take advantage of sales and volume discounts when purchasing your medical supplies. Storing Botox Botox is the most popular cosmetic injectable in the U.S. and around the world [Read more]
Woman receiving a mesotherapy treatment
It goes without saying that good skin dramatically improves the aesthetic appearance of any individual. Not only that, the appearance of the skin also influences the results of aesthetic dermal treatments like dermal fillers or botulinum toxin injections: if the condition of the skin is good, results of these treatments are further enhanced. For these reasons, improving skin condition should be a top priority and always be the first recommendation given to patients before deciding to implement other treatments. Mesotherapy was first introduced by the French doctor Michel Pistor, who in 1976 described a technique that entails administering medications directly into the skin. This is performed to preserve or achieve youthful and/or healthy skin. To achieve such skin, biocompatible and absorbable medications that brighten, firm, and moisturize the skin are injected into the superficial dermis. This procedure also assists in encouraging skin rejuvenation through fibroblast activation and [Read more]
A woman’s scarred back being treated with a laser
Injury implies that there is a need to restore a specific area and its structural integrity to normal function. It is an urgent need because mechanical integrity and the barriers are required to prevent any fluid loss or, even worse, severe infection. To reorganize the injured structure so that blood and lymphatic inflow and outflow is prevented is known as wound healing. Flawless repair is neither possible nor practical in the adult body, because of the aforementioned urgency. However, that is not to say that the other end of the spectrum does not exist. Regeneration is the term given to perfect and flawless repair without any scar formation, but it is only possible during the embryonic stage, and in certain tissues, such as the bone and liver. Unfortunately, the technology available today is unable to utilize this knowledge and put it into practical use. Interestingly, all wounds experience the same repair mechanisms. Acute wounds are repaired in an orderly and timely man [Read more]
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