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A Good Candidate for Botox®

Botox® is a popular dermal filler that can help reduce the appearance of forehead creases, crows’ feet, frown lines and many other wrinkles. While the cosmetic injectable has been performed on millions of people, the procedure is different for everybody. Read our infographic below to learn what makes a good candidate for Botox®. If you’re… Read More »

Do Injectors Matter When It Comes to Botox® Results?

Although it was once the subject of controversy, Botox® has been verified as safe for long-term use by multiple studies. Nonetheless, patients need to remember that nearly all cosmetic treatments have the potential to go wrong if they’re not administered correctly. Choosing a poorly trained Botox® injector can have consequences that range from underwhelming results… Read More »

Facial Rejuvenation for the Holidays

Facial Rejuvenation for the Holidays

The holidays are right around the corner! To help make sure you are looking your best this holiday season, Dr. Silverton created this infographic on facial rejuvenation procedures for the holidays. With procedures such as dermal fillers and laser treatments, you are bound to look and feel confident! For more information on facial rejuvenation procedures,… Read More »

Botox®/Juvéderm® pearls of wisdom

The September 2012 issue of Redbook asks, “Is Botox® really worth it?” A savvy editor interviewed top board-certified doctors and scores of women who had undergone injectable procedures. She also looked at studies that have been done on injectable satisfaction rates. Though Botox® costs far less than cosmetic surgery, it is still an investment for… Read More »

Injectable treatments don’t have to be bruising

If you’re investing in Juvéderm® to plump your skin or Botox® to relax your lines and furrows, you will want to look your best as soon as possible, which means avoiding the bruising that can be a normal side effect of these treatments. Bruising occurs when injectable treatments injure your capillaries, causing them to leak… Read More »

Getting the Most from Botulinum Toxin

Botulinum Toxin, commonly known as Botox® or Dysport®, can be called the cautious woman’s (or man’s) facelift. Like other drugs that are now common household names, the effects of this neurotoxin were discovered by accident. Botulinum toxin was first used in the late 60s as a treatment for crossed eyes. Although the treatment worked well,… Read More »

Can BOTOX make you happier?

Psychologists have long thought that the simple act of smiling actually makes you feel better. Now scientists have reported to the British Psychological Society that if you cannot frown and put on an angry or sad expression that you might not actually feel as angry or sad. They tested one group of patients who had… Read More »

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