Time is running out to put the final touches on your holiday preparations, including for your appearance. While you can get a facial or a manicure the day before a big party, a little more time is required if you plan on having something like BOTOX® Cosmetic, dermal fillers, or even a chemical peel.
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During the holidays, everyone wants to look their best. Holiday parties and reunions with family and friends abound, and since most people get time off of work, it's the perfect time to gift yourself or a loved one a pick me up and boost in confidence through cosmetic surgery or non-surgical rejuvenation.
Once a year, we show our appreciation for our patients with discounts on skincare and non-surgical procedures. We know that you want to look your best for all the upcoming holidays and festivities, and we want to make it easier on your wallet – especially since this is gift-giving season.
Dermal fillers have become incredibly popular in recent years, as non-invasive cosmetic technology improves and fillers become more targeted and precise. While treatment with dermal fillers cannot take the place of a facelift, they can be used for a wide variety of subtle corrections and rejuvenation.
With natural aging and muscle movements, your face naturally wrinkles. BOTOX® Cosmetic is a dermail filler that can be injected into your forehead muscles to stop muscle contractions and leave you with tone, beautiful skin. View this infographic to find out more about BOTOX and its popularity:
15 days out of every month, patients who suffer from chronic migraines experience splitting headaches. Not only that, but nausea and a sensitivity to light and sound can hinder them from doing what they love. While these are unfortunate side effects, Botox can indeed help treat this neurological disorder. Surprised? Read on, then.
Plastic surgeon professionals and dermatologists are reporting a rise in hand lifts, a new cosmetic surgery, due to the “engagement selfie”—that near-spontaneous moment when a future bride’s engagement ring is captured on camera and then uploaded to a social media network.
Let’s take a look at how engagement selfies contributed to the rise of non-invasive plastic surgery.