Advanced Dermatology Blog
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How would injectable fillers help with my (insert your concern)?
Injectable fillers can add volume to areas where we have lost it, which can also soften lines. As we age, changes in fat pads, muscle, and bone cause our lower face to become fuller, like an inverted triangle. Fillers help increase volume to restore youthful … Read More ›
Dear patients, colleagues and friends,
Our winter wasn’t too bad and now that spring is here we can hopefully enjoy the outdoors. One of my favorite pastimes is walking my dog Rocky; even when it is cold out the crisp air and scenery helps remind me that nature is all around us. Easy to forget when … Read More ›
The chin is becoming a very new popular area for injectable fillers. Why would we do it? As we age, the female face can go from being oval or egg shaped to more squared off due to sagging as well as losing fat and collagen around the mouth. Men who have a “weak” chin that … Read More ›
Restylane® Silk and Volbella® are new fillers specifically designed for injection of the lips. First of all, let’s sweep away some myths about lip fillers:
•You will look like Meg Ryan at her worst – FALSE.
•You will look like a duck – FALSE.
•Your family will say to you “WHAT DID YOU DO?” – FALSE.
• You will … Read More ›
Have you ever looked in the mirror and pulled up your cheeks to pretend you could get a face-lift without surgery? A new product consisting of threads made of cones and knots using biodegradable materials already used in popular filler products can be easily inserted into the skin to achieve a meaningful lift that occurs … Read More ›
Anne Marie Mahoney, MD, our new associate, has arrived! She has just completed a 1-year fellowship in cosmetic dermatology with Drs. Robert and Margaret Weiss, dear friends of mine as well as some of the most respected dermatologists in the world. He is a past president of the American Society of Laser Medicine and … Read More ›