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Protocol for injecting fillers gives more predictable resultsPartitioning the face into different units and injecting filler in specific locations is a method to attaining a rejuvenated face that looks relaxed and natural.
Toxin vs toxin: How do you choose?Botox, Dysport and Xeomin may share similarities, but several factors can affect the best way to choose which is best for your individual patients.
ABCs and 123s of ona-, abo- and incobotulinumtoxinA
ABCs and 123s of ona-, abo- and incobotulinumtoxinAA recently published stepwise approach to treating wrinkles provides a template for achieving safe, effective results with FDA-approved neurotoxins.
7 Additional uses for BotoxBotox is best known for treating wrinkles, but international researchers show that it also helps with these 7 conditions. Can you name them all?
Revance injectable outperforms BotoxAccording to early research, not-yet-approved RT002 (DaxibotulinumtoxinA for Injection, Revance Therapeutics) lasts longer, might be safer and offers more dramatic wrinkle reduction than today’s most popular neurotoxin Botox (Allergan).
Botox and the millennialDo you know how to inject the 30-and-under category?
Fillers last longer with BotoxA new study shows that botulinum neurotoxin-A prolongs filler life, but what exactly is the practical application for the cosmetic practice?
Neurotoxin pipeline advances, stay wary of counterfeitsAs the neurotoxin market is set for expansion, so expands the market of counterfeit products. One expert reviews the innovative options coming up through the pipeline and cautions colleagues about the risks associated with counterfeits.
Xeomin vs Botox: Head-to-head study resultsThis is the first randomized, prospective, double-blinded, parallel-group study to compare the neurotoxins head to head.
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