Implants, also called injectable fillers, are becoming a common means of erasing wrinkles and folds. The American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery notes that 5 million procedures using injectables were performed in 2008. Several materials are being used for deep wrinkles, depressions under the eyes, lip enhancements, and acne scars.
After being banned from the market in 1992, silicone is making a comeback in research settings as a potential permanent wrinkle eraser....Read more
I hope after last week's blog that you are now in the position to make an educated decision about which form of basal/bolus therapy is or... Read more »
I am back from vacation in Ithaca, New York, and am catching up with my journal reading. The July 22, 2010, lead article in the New England... Read more »
"Into the street the Piper stept As if he knew what magic slept Then, like a musical adept ... Read more »