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Reversing the Effects of Smoking on Your Patient's Skin

Many people started smoking without knowing the effects that it can have on the human body, and even science is finding out more and more every day. Most people are aware now of the link between smoking and cancer, but they may not be aware of some of the other effects that smoking can have. Many anti-smoking campaigns now aimed at young women highlight what long-term smokers are starting to see in their own faces: smoking can affect your beauty. Even when your patients quit smoking, they are still left with the skin damage that all those years of smoking have caused. What are the effects that smoking can have on your patients' skin? Besides cancer, smoking can cause premature aging of the skin. Often your smoker patients end up looking much older than their true age, with many more wrinkles than their non-smoking peers. With cigarette smoke exposure, your patients' skin can be damaged by all the chemicals, becoming drier, saggier, and wrinklier. These patients need your hel ...

Educating Your Male Patients About Cosmetic Treatments

Almost everyone has heard of BOTOX®, so often that is the treatment people think of when they think wrinkle treatments. Many women are aware of a wider variety of wrinkle treatments because they hear about them from their social circle. Men often do not have this knowledge simply because most men do not discuss anti-aging or any beauty-related treatments with their peers. Since cosmetic treatments are more taboo for men, they suffer from this lack of information. This is something you should keep in mind when male patients come into your clinic. Men will often come into your clinic thinking BOTOX® is their only wrinkle-fighting option, and sometimes they do not make it into your clinic at all because they are afraid of BOTOX® injections. It is important to let the men who come into your clinic know about your wide range of wrinkle treatment options, such as dermal fillers like RESTYLANE® With Lidocaine. However, it is also important to spread the message as much as possibl ...

How to Help Patients Get Rid of Acne Scars

Acne is a rite of passage for teenagers. Some get it worse than others, but we all go through it with anything from a pimple here and there to a face absolutely covered in red bumps. Most people are happy to leave their acne days behind them as they get older. However, some people are left with permanent acne scars to remind them of the troubled skin of their teens. This can mar their natural beauty, giving them skin imperfections that just cannot be covered with makeup. Your patients may think there is no hope, but you can help them. There are a few different types of acne scars, but dermal fillers like RESTYLANE® TOUCH can treat many acne scars, smoothing out the skin to a soft-textured, smooth surface. If your patient has atrophic acne scars, which are depressions in their skin, then you can inject a dermal filler into the skin to fill and raise the area, much as you would when treating wrinkles. Much like with a wrinkle, when you inject RESTYLANE® TOUCH, the hyaluronic ...