Tag Archives: Botox

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Jul

Botox New York and Hollywood

Published: July 1, 2010

Botox is an excellent way of creating a more youthful forehead. Unfortunately if it is not perfomed by an expert, the results may be unfavorable. Poorly performed Botox has become a hot topic in the news with photos of numerous celebrities who have had bad Botox. These poor results can be improved by the use of a little more Botox placed in the proper place by an expert.
Eyebrows should not be over elevated in anyone, especially males. Men should not have arched eyebrows but a gentle curve with boths sides at the same height.


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May

Rhinoplasty, Botox, Fillers Pre-wedding

Published: May 11, 2010

Wedding photos will be keepsakes for the rest of your life. Brides to be often come in right after getting engaged to plan their rhinoplasty. Mothers of the bride and groom often plan for the even with a facelift, blepharoplasty and/or browlift.
The skin can be smoothed out for ideal makeup application after the use of Botox, fillers and skin care.


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Apr

Browlift, Botox, Revision Rhinoplasty, Neck Liposuction, Otoplasty

Published: April 23, 2010

Multiple facial plastic surgery proceedures are often indicated in the aging face. However for young people, they should allow themselves to age and only fix the real problems. Browlifts are overdone, Botox is rarely necessary in someone under 30, facial liposuction should rarely be used in patients under 30.


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Apr

Botox, Facial Fillers, Juvederm New York

Published: April 6, 2010

Now daughters are taking care of their mothers by bringing them in for facial rejuvenation. For baby boomers in their 50’s some of the most popular treatments for mothers are Botox, Juvederm for the cheeks and Restylane for eyelid bags.


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Mar

Facelift vs Fillers New York

Published: March 22, 2010

There is no such thing as a non-surgical facelift. Facial fillers, Botox and Lasers can go a long way to make a face look more youthful. However, to reduce jowls, a “turkey neck” and low brows, there is no substitute for surgery.


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Jan

Browlift and Botox in New York

Published: January 7, 2010

Beautiful eyebrows can be restored with Botox as well as facial fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane. Surgical rejuvenation includes blepharoplasty and endoscopic browlift


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Nov

Treating Crows Feet NYC

Published: November 30, 2009

Botox is the best treatment available for Crow’s feet lines around the eyes. No skin care or laser can compare. Botox of the eyes can also help lines under the eyes and raise the eyebrows even without surgery.


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Oct

Dysport and Botox in New York; better, worse or the same?

Published: October 16, 2009

Dysport has been around in Europe almost as long as Botox. Recently it was FDA approved for cosmetic use in the U.S. for glabellar lines. These are the “angry 11’s” or frown lines between the eyebrows. Intentionally, this is the same area that Botox Cosmetic is approved for. Any other cosmetic uses, such as horizontal … Continue reading Dysport and Botox in New York; better, worse or the same?


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Mar

Looking Gorgeous: Forbes.com, Botox, Restylane, Juvederm, Radiesse

Published: March 3, 2009

This was the title of an article from Forbes.com that I was quoted in: Looking Gorgeous: What Women Won’t Give Up. I have been lucky to have had very good media exposure in the past, including recent mentions in Vogue, More and New York Magazines. However, all I’m asked lately is how the economy has affected business.  … Continue reading Looking Gorgeous: Forbes.com, Botox, Restylane, Juvederm, Radiesse


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Nov

New York Times: To discount or not to discount, that is the question

Published: November 12, 2008

Many of us, consumers and businesses alike, have been riding high on the last two decades of rapid growth in income and therefore consumer spending. And now the bottom is dropping out. This affects us all: clothing stores, car sales, home sales, restaurants, education, and yes, even cosmetic surgery. Cosmetic surgery is unlike surgery for medical … Continue reading New York Times: To discount or not to discount, that is the question