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Silicone Lip Fillers: A Permanent Problem

September 18th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
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The Dangers of Silicone Lip Fillers   With plump, juicy lips lined up to be the cosmetic trend of the decade, it’s understandable you might be looking for a permanent way to keep your lips full and voluminous. Modern-day lip fillers like Juvéderm and Restylane only last up to a year, but with good reason. […]

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Prepared to Pop that Pimple? Think Again

September 12th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
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Why You Shouldn’t Squeeze or Pop Pimples   The unexpected arrival of a pimple is never convenient, and it’s only natural to try to rid our skin of the distracting and often painful presence of pimples and zits. But as tempting as it may be, it is always healthier and wiser to avoid popping the […]

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Relax Those Wrinkles

August 30th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
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A Guide to Treatable Wrinkles   Have you ever wondered what to do about those worry lines, or those scrunched up crow’s feet? What about those tougher-looking lines around the mouth, or those creases around the nose? What are they called? And more importantly, how do you treat them? Are all wrinkles treated equally? If […]

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Betting on Botox?

August 19th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
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A Guide to Safe Botox Practices   $50 OFF Your First Botox Treatment* Experienced injectors create beautiful results!   Last week we talked about crow’s feet and how to treat those unsightly “laugh” lines. We looked at preventative measures, but we also looked at Botox. Botox is the most popular cosmetic treatment in the US today. […]

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Step on Those Crow’s Feet for Good

August 12th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
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How to Treat Your Crow’s Feet   Crow’s feet, sometimes called “laugh lines” or “character lines,” are the fine lines that form in clusters around the outside corners of the eyes. If you squint, smile, or laugh, the wrinkles that occur when you lift your cheeks are called crow’s feet. We all have them, and […]

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