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Injectables such as Botox and Dysport can treat lines and wrinkles that occur with repetitive facial expression and worsen with age.

Soft Tissue Fillers can improve folds, wrinkles, and volume loss that begin early in adulthood and increase with age.

Botox and Dysport (neuromodulators) work by weakening facial muscles whose contractions contribute to lines and wrinkles forming.  After a single treatment to the forehead or between or around the eyes, lines that have been present for years will soften or disappear altogether.  Results last 4-6 months and in many cases get better over time.

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A dermal filler is a gel-like substance that is injected in many areas of the face.  Depending on the aesthetic concerns of the patient we will help them select the appropriate filler(s). These are then injected in different layers of the skin or beneath the skin on the facial bones to replace age-related volume loss and to soften lines and folds providing a natural, more youthful appearance. Depending on the area treated and the specific filler used results last from 6 months to 2 years.

The administration of a dermal filler, also called “soft tissue augmentation”, may be combined with other cosmetic procedures, such botulinum toxin (Botox®) or Dysport to enhance and prolong their aesthetic effects and fully rejuvenate the face.

We are able to improve the appearance of the creases and lines around the mouth, augment lip lines and the lips themselves, improved hollowed areas in the temples, under the eyes and cheeks, and naturally replace the volume loss that occurs with aging.  Dr. Greenbaum and Dr. Neustadter are expert injectors with years of experience and they share your desire for natural, safe cosmetic outcomes.  Only trust the best when it comes to your face!

The soft tissue fillers that we offer at our office include:

Juvederm Family of Fillers
Restylane Family of Fillers
Sculptra