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Is it okay to use different fillers in the face?

Good question.  There are no studies that I have seen on this.  But from talking to some of my collegues and my experience, here’s what I’d recommend. There doesn’t seem...

How long should Restylane last?

I think today is filler question day!  If you are using what I call the "mid weight" version – not the Perlane, it generally lasts 4-6 months.  Over time, if you are...

What is the cost of Juvederm?

Marie –  This varies quite a bit by area and country.  In the United States, the range is usually $450-800 per syringe.  Areas like New York and Los Angeles tend...

Multiple issues with rosacea, products and peels.

Sadly, the problems you are having with your rosacea are way too complicated for a website!  Please, go to your board certified dermatologist to help you with these issues.  You’ll need at least...

Problems with Radiesse.

You bring up some good points.  But, first let me reassure you that your skin should return to normal once the product is gone.   I am assuming though that you...

Radiesse vs Sculptra – which is better?

Okay wonderful readers – you have to give me your ages!!  The answer to this really depends on your age and the depth of the crease. Sculptra can be a great solution...

That Dr. Oz episode with Radiesse for jowls.

This episode was a few weeks ago but I thought it was interesting.  I generally don’t like Radiesse in the cheeks because I think it looks too stiff and a...

Fillers – Other Tricks to Avoiding Problems

Other tricks to avoiding filler problems? 1. Always pick a good doctor. This seems obvious but many people don’t. See my directory of good cosmetic dermatologists, and ask your friends...

Botox, Fillers and Facelift

I think it makes sense to let the more temporary fillers like Juvederm/Restylane/Perlane – all the hyaluronic acid fillers –  wear off so you can get the optimum result from the surgery. ...
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