Most botulinum toxins (like Botox or Dysport) are indicated for the space between your eyebrows called the glabella. While your dermatologist may target treatment to your forhead or eyebrows, one of the most popular areas is still the glabella, due to their prominence.
When treating glabellar lines, skill is important to maintain a natural look. If the area is too aggressively treated with a toxin, patients can never express anger or worry. If it's treated taking into account the underlying anatomy, even a light touch can make brow furrows look unnatural.»
Many short dresses have been ruined by these thread-like clusters. Caused by injury, genetics, pregnancy, or simply aging, what we call spider veins are actually broken blood vessels. Injections (sclerotherapy) can help reduce there appearance, but if you’re needle-shy, consider laser treatment. One laser in particular (a V-beam) sends a strong burst of light through the skin, breaking up spider veins nonsurgically. They are then reabsorbed, and the treated cluster is gone for good. Call your dermatologist to set up an appointment today.
From mild acne scars along the temple and cheekbones to keloid tissue, most people have imperfections they would like to eliminate. Scarring can often remind us of times we’d like to forget, and for some it can be embarrassing—or even painful. Not only this, but the appearance of acne scars increases as we age due to lower levels of collagen production. Luckily technological advances have given us several laser treatments that are proven to help reduce or even eliminate scarring.»