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Botox for Sweating Face
Patients with facial hyperhidrosis, which is excessive sweating of the face, are often embarrassed by their condition. For these patients, social and occupational situations can cause great anxiety and hamper their lifestyle. Many of the standard modalities used to treat hyperhidrosis may offer only limited success, as is the case with many topical antiperspirants, such as endoscopic transthoracic sympathectomy or tap water iontophoresis, which are not applicable for use in the facial area. Fortunately for these patients, Botox may be a viable treatment option. In this article, the role of Botox in the management of facial hyperhidrosis will be discussed. Facial hyperhidrosis, and how Botox treats it Facial hyperhidrosis is a type of focal hyperhidrosis, a condition where sweat is produced to an amount that exceeds physiological needs. In general, facial hyperhidrosis is bilateral and primarily affects the forehead. In some cases, other facial regions—such as the scalp, temples [Read more]
Stylage Hydro Max and Juvederm Ultra XC boxes.
While many patients know of the Juvederm brand, smaller, more niche brands like Stylage, a French line of hyaluronic acid fillers, may be comparable and even more suitable for your patient, depending upon their aesthetic aims. This article will shed some light on these leading brands and examine how they compare to one another. Similarities Between Stylage and Juvederm The Juvederm line of dermal fillers are considered an integral component of the aesthetic doctor’s armamentarium. These best-selling dermal fillers are regularly used in many cosmetic injectable procedures. Products include Juvederm Voluma, a highly volumizing filler that is used to add fullness to large areas of the face, Juvederm Volbella, which is used for lip augmentation, and Juvederm Vollure, Ultra, and Ultra Plus, which are used for softening lines and wrinkles. Generally speaking, Juvederm products have high G prime (a measure of the hardness of the gel) and medium to high cohesivity, resulting [Read more]
Crespine Gel Composition, Ingredients, Dosage & Summary
What is Crespine Gel Plus? Crespine Gel Plus is a medicine that is given to people who have a form of arthritis called osteoarthritis. People with this disease have joint pain and inflammation that makes it hard for them to move about. Osteoarthritis happens when the cartilage covering the ends of bones wear out, causing the bones end to come into contact with each other. As they rub against each other, inflammation can occur, causing symptoms like pain, stiffness, and swelling. Crespine Gel Plus is a viscosupplement. These are medicines injected directly into the affected knee to help with the pain and swelling that come with osteoarthritis. In normal healthy knee joints, there is normally a thick liquid called synovial fluid that coats the ends of the bones and helps to reduce the impact created by activities like walking, running, and jumping, much like shock absorbers in a car. In people with knee osteoarthritis, this thick, gel-like fluid changes for the worse by [Read more]
A man and woman in white with their backs to each other
Supartz and Synvisc are medications used to treat osteoarthritis of the knee. Supartz is a product of Seikagaku Corporation and has been marketed in Japan since 1987 and in the United States since 2001. Supartz is sold in many countries under the names Supartz, ArtzDispo, Artz, or Artzal. Synvisc has been in use worldwide for more than 25 years and first gained approval in the United States in 1997. Synvisc is a product of Genzyme Biosurgery. While they are similar medications, there are some differences that patients considering these treatments should be aware of. Here’s how Supartz and Synvisc compare with each other. What is knee osteoarthritis, and how does it develop? Osteoarthritis is a joint disease that primarily affects the aging population. It is caused by the gradual breakdown of joint cartilage, which is a type of tissue that encloses and protects the ends of bones. Over time, the cartilage wears out to the point that the bones come into contact with [Read more]
Emla for Premature Ejaculation Explained
Premature ejaculation can be an embarrassing and distressing condition that affects the sex lives of men afflicted with the condition. This sexual disorder is characterized as achieving orgasm and ejaculation before the person wishes it to occur. Premature ejaculation is among the most common male sexual problems and is prevalent worldwide, with most studies reporting incidence rates of 20–30%. Many patients (and doctors) believe that there is no effective treatment for premature ejaculation. In fact, there are therapies available that can be successful in helping the patient last longer and improve his sex life. Therapies for premature ejaculation It is now recognized that biological and psychological factors play a role in the development of premature ejaculation. Men who have this condition seem to be more sensitive to penile stimulation and have abnormalities with regard to the autonomic reflex pathways that are involved in the ejaculatory process. For these me [Read more]
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To cater to an ever-expanding aging population, treatments to manage conditions that are prevalent in the elderly are increasing in number. Patients receiving these treatments should be knowledgeable about the different modalities and medications in order to determine the right treatment for their lifestyle and condition. Here, we compare Synvisc, a popular injection used in the treatment of knee osteoarthritis, with its single-dosing-regimen, Synvisc One, in terms of their respective benefits and drawbacks. Osteoarthritis of the knee Patients who complain about joint stiffness, pain, and swelling may be suffering from a form of arthritis that affects the bone called osteoarthritis. With this condition, the damage inflicted by the wear and tear that affects weight-bearing joints, such as the knees, is accelerated due to the degradation of protective cartilage at the ends of the bones. These effects lead to the development of inflammation in joints and the subsequent dis [Read more]
Sculptra vs Radiesse
Cosmetic injectables, which are administered to alter the appearance and structure of the skin, can be grouped into several categories: neuromodulators, dermal fillers, and fat-dissolving treatments. In recent years, these injectables have been growing in popularity, as they provide the same effects as surgical procedures but are much less invasive, without the associated downtime and complications of said procedures. Sculptra and Radiesse are two dermal fillers that act as collagen biostimulators, which are administered to encourage the body to produce more collagen at the treatment site. Sculptra and Radiesse are perhaps the best-known products in tihs category, so it is worthwhile to take an in depth look at how they compare to one another.  How Do Collagen Biostimulators Work?  Generally speaking, there are two types of dermal fillers: fillers that are implanted to provide volume replacement, like hyaluronic acid-based fillers, and collagen biostimulators, su [Read more]
Treating the Tear Trough: Quick Guide
Treating Tear Trough Deformities The tear trough is an important area when it comes to aging, as many concerns can arise in this area. For instance, the hollowing of the under-eye area due to volume and fat loss can lead to the appearance of perennial exhaustion in a patient’s face, even if they are well-rested. Because of this, optimal treatment of this area can greatly satisfy a patient, as it instantly gives them a refreshed, youthful look. However, treatment of this area requires intricate knowledge of the anatomy and dermal filler rheology in order to produce satisfactory results. First termed by Flowers in 1993, what is known as the tear trough deformity is a periorbital hollow that extends obliquely from the medial canthus to the mid-pupillary line. Skin depressions lateral to this feature are termed a palpebromalar groove, nasojugal groove, or lid-cheek junction. There are various classifications of tear trough deformities and its aetiology. For inst [Read more]
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