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Botox for Scrotum
What is Scrotox? Botox is a neurotoxin derived from Clostridium botulinum that, when injected, acts at the site of treatment to block neuromuscular signalling, thereby preventing contractions of the muscle. Botox is known primarily for its role as a requisite therapy in fighting the signs of aging in the skin; however, its mechanism of action allows for many more uses, with many of these uses not widely known. In fact, there is an emerging trend where Botox is used for the aesthetic enhancement of male genitalia, specifically scrotal rejuvenation. Scrotal anatomy and muscles involved in scrotal movement The scrotum is located beneath the penis and consists of a dual-chambered sack of skin and smooth muscle. It houses the testes, external spermatic fascia, epididymis, and ductus deferens. Exteriorly, the skin of the scrotum is commonly wrinkled and defined by furrows and ridges. The dartos and cremaster muscles of the scrotum work to move the testicles for temperature r [Read more]
Repairing Split Earlobes and Enlarged Piercing Holes
The earlobe is an integral part of the face in an aesthetic sense. For instance, women have often adorned jewelry in this area, with ear piercings being one of the oldest types of body modifications. Unappealing physical characteristics of the earlobe, such as being too large or having an uneven shape, can become a cause of concern for patients. Additionally, earlobes can be damaged from wearing long, heavy jewelry, which can cause further resulting in undesired aesthetic conditions. Split earlobe Over time, patients who wear long or heavy jewelry, especially if suspended from a fine ring, will eventually find that the heavy weight pulling on their piercing stretches, elongates, and sometimes completely pulls through the piercing hole, resulting in a split earlobe. A split earlobe can be incomplete or complete, and different techniques should be used for repair based on the type of damage sustained by the earlobe. Enlarged ear-piercing hole The stretching of the ea [Read more]
What is Sculptra Butt Lift Procedure
As the latest trend in cosmetic injectables, there is now significant demand in the use of Sculptra for nonsurgical butt lifts. Cosmetic contouring of the buttocks is usually performed for enhancement purposes, or in some cases, to correct post-surgical irregularities. Previously, the only options for contouring the buttocks were surgical, with patients receiving butt implants or Brazilian Butt Lifts (fat grafting procedures whereby fat cells are harvested and injected into the buttocks). Now, Sculptra provides patients with an alternative option. Generally, good candidates for this treatment include those with a low body mass index (and thus have no source of autologous fat for a Brazilian Butt Lift), or who do not wish to get silicone implants. What is Sculptra? Sculptra is a semi-permanent injectable filler made of poly-L-lactic acid with volumizing and collagen-boosting properties. It is a preparation consisting of microparticles of poly-L-lactic acid with sodium c [Read more]
Botox for Armpits
Sweating is a normal bodily process that is an important means of thermoregulation. In humans, the production and secretion of sweat occurs from the sweat glands, which are located in the skin. That being said, some patients would prefer not to deal with the pitfalls of perspiration, such as unsightly sweat marks, body odor, and stained shirts. For these individuals, Botox injections may be a suitable form of treatment.  Botox for armpits vs Botox for hyperhidrosis Botox consists of type A botulinum toxin derived from Clostridium botulinum, an anaerobic bacterium. While it is primarily known as an anti-wrinkle treatment, Botox has a multitude of other indications, one of which is the treatment of excessive underarm sweating or severe primary axillary hyperhidrosis.  Primary axillary hyperhidrosis is defined as idiopathic, excessive sweating lasting for six months or more. This sweating has at least two of the following features: impairment of daily activities, a kno [Read more]
Woman after using Restylane for Marionette Lines
Restylane can help you avoid surgery The gold standard for treatment of marionette lines are surgical procedures to tighten and lift the skin. However, the same effects can now be achieved in a non-surgical manner with injectable dermal fillers like Restylane. Restylane replenishes volume to the face, producing a lifted effect and smoothing skin depressions. By providing three-dimensional treatment, Restylane also provide more youthful and natural results. These simple, in-office procedures (popularly known as liquid facelifts) are a quick and convenient way for patients to correct their lines. Another advantage to this procedure is that the results are relatively durable but are reversible if the patient is in any way unsatisfied with their results. What’s more, treatment is highly personalized and should be evaluated on a case-by-case basis, allowing each patient to attain the look they desire. Why treating marionette lines with Restylane is so popular? Marionette lines (also [Read more]
woman after using restylane for cheeks
When it comes to cheek fillers, Restylane offers Restylane Lyft (formerly Perlane-L), a highly viscous and cohesive formulation designed to provide volume and lift to the face. This injectable gel is made of hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance with innate water-retaining capabilities. These hydrophilic abilities allow Restylane to create natural-looking subcutaneous volume and fullness. Additionally, Restylane Lyft is manufactured using patented Non-Animal Stabilized Hyaluronic Acid (NASHA) technology, a process that maintains the native structure of hyaluronic acid. Because of this, the product is generally well-tolerated, as its non-animal nature ensures low allergenicity. The other filler that is currently FDA-approved for mid-face volume correction is Juvederm Voluma. While both formulations are robust and volumizing, and both fillers are capable of effective treatment, there are some distinctions between them. For instance, Restylane Lyft has a higher G’ (the measur [Read more]
Botox for Hyperhidrosis
Hyperhidrosis is defined as abnormally increased sweating, more than that needed for thermoregulation. Individuals with a special type of hyperhidrosis, known as focal hyperhidrosis, can excessively sweat from their underarms (axillary hyperhidrosis) or from their palms and soles of the feet (palmoplantar hyperhidrosis). In clinical practice, a patient presenting with excessive sweating lasting for longer than 6 months is diagnosed with hyperhidrosis if they also fulfill at least two out of the following criteria: cessation of focal sweating while asleep, bilateral symmetric sweating, frequency greater than once a week, onset before age 25, positive family history, and daily activity impairment. Patients with this condition are often emotionally and psychologically impacted to the degree that their daily life is disrupted. As a consequence, they usually live with increased anxiety, difficulty in social and work settings, and decreased socialization. For these patients, treatment option [Read more]
Woman after using Restylane for Chin augmentation
Restylane is one of the most popular dermal fillers used to treat the chin area. Restylane is often used by medical professionals around the world because it offers a wide variety of products. Restylane fillers for chin augmentation often used include Restylane Lyft and Restylane Volume. These two specialized fillers are highly elastic and are ideal to treat the tip of the chin. Why opting for Restylane when looking to augment your chin? The chin is often an area of aesthetic concern for the aging population. The effects of age on the jawline and chin are readily apparent, with the loss of bone density resulting in a reduction of mandibular height and length. The two main issues often seen in this area are dimpling or creasing caused by the movement of the mentalis muscle, as well as a reduction of chin volume secondary to hereditary bone definition (chin retrusion). Both of these issues can be addressed with filler treatment, which is able to provide improvement to the anterior, [Read more]
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