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Indications and Treatment Approaches to the Injectable Rhinoplasty

  The use of injectable fillers has a wide variety of aesthetic uses throughout the face. They provide a non-surgical approach to facial augmentation and in some cases are a good substitute for surgery, albeit often on a temporary basis. The appeal to the patients is that they obviously avoid surgery and even if it Read More…

Clinical Results with Radiesse Injections for Hand Rejuvenation

  The use of injectable fillers continues to enjoy widespread use and growth much of which is used in the face. There are not many body applications for injectable filler due to the high volumes needed and their temporary duration. One such body application is that of use in the hands for the treatment of Read More…

Injectable Fillers for Infraorbital Hollow Treatment Outcomes

  In the past fifteen years injectable fillers have evolved into a wide number of types of facial augmentations as well as the number of available synthetic fillers. One facial area that has become popular for treatment are undereye hollows. Known as the infraorbital region it is a collection of areas under the eye along Read More…

Comparing Injectable Filler Options in HIV-Associated Facial Lipoatrophy

Facial lipoatrophy is a well known aesthetic complication from the treatment of human immunodeficiency virus conditions with retroviral medications. While the drugs used to to treat this medical condition have improved and nucleoside reverse-transcriptase inhibitors are being used less frequently, this every visible facial deformity still occurs in some patients even if the medications are Read More…

Illegal Silicone injections for Body Contouring

  The illicit use of injectable silicone for aesthetic purposes has a long history. Once used as a face and body filling material in the 60s, it became apparent a decade or so later that adverse side effects were common consisting of foreign body reactions and permanent deformation of injected sites. It use was subsequently Read More…

Product Reviews – Allofill Injectable Filler

  Injectable fillers have evolved considerably since their introduction was back in 1981. While originally an xenogeneic collagen-based product, it has become largely populated by hyaluronic acid-based products. Given their synthetic origins, almost of current injectable fillers are temporary and have variable durations of volumetric effects. Despite new injectable fillers becoming available every year, they Read More…

Nanofat Grafting

  Injectable fillers are the most common method used today for a wide variety of facial volumizing effects. Ideal for patients that want an immediate result that avoids surgery, the selection of almost twenty different fillers provides a filler type for every patient’s needs. Despite these advantages injectable fillers have one major downside…lack or persistence. Read More…

Injectable Fillers to the Nose

  The use of injectable fillers in the face has expanded tremendously over the past decade. What was once viewed as off limits to place fillers has now become commonplace. This is particularly relevant to the nose whose small and tight tissues was historically felt to be an ill advised place for injecting fillers. But Read More…

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