Posts Tagged ‘dysport’

Betting on Botox?

August 19th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
older woman looking into the mirror smiling

A Guide to Safe Botox Practices   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. By a long shot. According […]

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The Sculpted Man Isn’t Made of Stone Anymore

April 19th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
fit man standing next to a bike

More and More Men are Visiting Med Spas to Get the Perfect Body   The only way you get to look as smooth as Michelangelo’s David is if you’re made of marble. Lots of men, however, aspire to this ideal of perfection. We want to look like the action star or the superhero. The truth […]

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Prejuvenation: Nipping Lines in the Bud

April 8th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
woman with beautiful skin and brown curly hair

The Advantages of Early Cosmetic Treatments   The hot new buzzword in the cosmetic industry these days is “prejuvenation.” Rather than rejuvenating your appearance with things like injectables and chemical peels, there’s a significant rise in the number of people looking to eliminate those fine lines and wrinkles before they even happen. It turns out […]

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Beyond the Needle: How Skill and Experience Lead to Results

November 4th, 2016 by Dr. Michael Glass
doctor holding a Botox injection

Do You Know How Much Experience Your Dr. Has?   Many tout injections like the facial filler Juvederm, or neurotoxins like Botox and Dysport, as miracle cures for aging. And they certainly seem that way. Fillers and neurotoxins work to smooth out the inevitable lines and wrinkles associated with aging, whether due to lost facial […]

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Botox vs Dysport

August 4th, 2016 by Dr. Michael Glass

Which Treatment is Right For You?   It’s safe to say that most of us are familiar with Botox. Produced by Allergan, Botox has been on the global market for more than 20 years, but only received FDA approval in 2002 for the treatment of glabellar lines – those pesky wrinkles between the eyebrows. In […]

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