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Upper Eyelid Dermatochalasis: Treatment Tips for Professionals

Upper Eyelid Dermatochalasis: Treatment Tips for Professionals
Eyelid dermatochalasis Periocular dermatochalasis is characterized by eye bags and an excessively loose skin. It often affects the upper eyelids, resulting in the loss of elasticity in the skin fold. Apart from that, it also causes hooding (i.e. where skin fold drops down and outwards). Redundant or excessive subcutaneous tissue and upper eyelid skin may be formed due to hereditary factors or involutional age changes. For example, orbital fat prolapses (particularly in the medial fat pad in the upper eyelid) through the attenuated orbital septum may result in an unsightly bulge. Other causes of eyelid dermatochalasis include blepharochalasis (inflammation of the eyelids), elastolysis (a rare acquired or inherited connective tissue disorder characterized by inelastic skin), Cutis laxa (CL), xanthelasma, renal failure, and thyroid eye disease. In this article, we will discuss the main causes of sagging eyelids and the treatment options available. Main symptoms of derma ...

Can Botox be used for pain management?

Can Botox be used for pain management?
Why use Botox? For more than 20 years, botulinum toxin injections such as Botox have been used cosmetically for treating lines and wrinkles in adult patients. This includes moderate to severe glabellar lines associated with procerus or corrugator muscle activity, forehead lines related to frontalis muscle activity, and lateral canthal lines (otherwise known as crow's feet). Apart from Botox, many doctors are opting for other botulinum toxin brands, such as Xeomin and Dysport (which are similar but not interchangeable). Clinically, botulinum toxin injections are prescribed for the treatment of spasticity related to or spinal injuries cerebral palsy, overactive bladder, blepharospasm secondary to dystonia, urinary incontinence (dur to detrusor overactivity related to neurologic diseases e.g. multiple sclerosis) and cervical dystonia. Additionally, they are effective in treating of hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating), including craniofacial hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating of the face ...

Non-Surgical Nose Reshaping: Treatment, Techniques, Risk and Benefits

Non-Surgical Nose Reshaping: Treatment, Techniques, Risk and Benefits
Reshaping the Nose without Surgery Rhinoplasty, otherwise known as a “nose job,” is the third most common plastic surgery procedure among male and female patients. In fact, it is the most commonly performed facial operation of all. However, rhinoplasty is also 1 of the most technically challenging surgeries. And, it is a very invasive procedure with a long recovery period, making it an unattractive option for many patients. As such, there has recently been an increased demand for non-surgical nose reshaping procedures. With its heightened safety profile, non-surgical nose reshaping using dermal fillers is a popular choice—plus, it instantly delivers visible results. Non-surgical and surgical nose reshaping can be used to treat a range of dimensional abnormalities, including inadequate or excessive radix projection, inadequate or excessive nasal tip projection, and inadequate or excessive nasal length. Apart from that, they also help to correct acquired o ...