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June 23rd 2018 - General Public
The Sculptra Butt Lift
A Sculptra butt lift is a revolutionary procedure that has become increasingly popular in the United States (particularly in Los Angeles). Butt lifting procedures have been gaining momentum since the early 2010s, thanks to pop icons such as Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, and Kim Kardashian. In contrast to conventional procedures such as the Brazilian Butt Lift, a Sculptra butt lift is unlikely to cause any downtime. The procedure does not involve liposuction and is ideal for patients who do not have sufficient fat. It offers a great way of achieving a more shapely and full buttocks without the need for invasive surgical procedures.
About the Sculptra butt lift
The Sculptra butt lift is an innovative treatment that helps to promote collagen regeneration through micro-injections underneath the skin. In contrast to fat grafting procedures, it is not associated with any downtime. For best results, use Sculptra butt lift in combination with a Silhouette butt ...
June 22nd 2018 - General Public
Botox for bladder
Botox is a popular botulinum toxin type A injectable that is most popular for its ability to temporarily reduce the appearance of crow’s feet, forehead lines, and glabellar lines. Unknown to many, Botox is also indicated for a range of medical conditions such as urinary incontinence (caused by overactivity related to neurologic conditions such as multiple sclerosis), cervical dystonia, and spasticity. Doctors also commonly use it for poorly-managed axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating), strabismus, and blepharospasm (related to dystonia). Apart from that, Botox is also effective in treating overactive bladder (OAB). In fact, FDA included overactive bladder as 1 of the approved indications of Botox in 2013. Botox injections are able to provide symptomatic relief, helping to alleviate urinary frequency, urgency, and incontinence. It is especially useful in adult patients who respond inadequately (or are intolerant) to conservative treatments su ...
June 21st 2018 - General Public
Chemical peels involve the use of chemical solutions to induce controlled destruction at specific levels of the skin. This leads to tissue regeneration and the sloughing of dead cells, thereby enhancing the skin health of the body and face.
Since 1950, chemical peels have been widely used in dermatology. Over time, this treatment has evolved greatly, with the advent of newer technologies such as alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) and trichloroacetic acid (TCA), which are designed to penetrate different depths of the skin. In this article, we will outline the properties of various deep and medium chemical peels.
Classification of chemical peels
The classification of chemical peels is currently based on their depth of penetration. Deep chemical peels are able to penetrate into the reticular dermis, while medium peels can penetrate into the papillary dermis. In contrast, superficial chemical peels are able to penetrate into any depth of the skin in the epidermal layer, including ...