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Joint and rheumatology problems, are fillers safe?

I’d ask your Rheumatologist again…….maybe a little more specifically.   It’s true that certain fillers may need to be avoided with some rheumatology conditions.   Fillers (FDA approved only) are safe for...

A problem after Radiesse.

This is a situation where it’s very imporant to call your, hopefully board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon, and have them look at you.   Anytime there is a change like...

Should I massage my filler?

Okay, I’m thinking maybe we had a misunderstanding on this one. The only filler that should be massaged is Sculptra and your doctor will give you specific instructions on this,...

Radiesse versus Juvederm – which is better?

Well, Radiesse isn’t all that new so both have track records now extending back at least 5 years.  I vote for Juvederm and here’s why:   Radiesse isn’t reversible if...

A serious problem after Radiesse!

Dear Reader –  I’m so sad that this happened to you.  It sounds miserable!  As you know from reading this site, I am not a fan of Radiesse except for...
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