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Acne Scar Treatment with Bellafill

Years after outgrowing adolescent acne, the aftermath still exists—acne scars. Acne scars can often make it seem like your breakout never really went away. So…what kind of treatment is available? How can you get rid of your acne scars? With Bellafill, we can help! There are a variety of ways to treat acne scarring including chemical peels and laser resurfacing.…

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Remove Smile Lines with Bellafill

Remove Smile Lines with Bellafill The genes we inherited give us much of our appearance. The shape of the bones in our face, facial asymmetries, skin type, and the list goes on. We come into the world with these traits in the game we call aging; it’s also the hand we’re dealt. But it’s more complex than anatomy. How the…

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Help Defy Age with Bellafill®

We all age – there’s really no getting around it but there’s aging and then there’s aging well…really well using the next generation of fillers. What makes us look older?  For many it’s those smile lines that quickly turn into wrinkles or maybe your skin isn’t as smooth and fresh looking as it once was, or perhaps your frown lines…

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The What, Why and How of Acne Scars

So…exactly what are acne scars?  Acne scarring is the direct result of deep trauma to the skin related to acne. Other factors, such as picking at your blemishes, can traumatize even small acne lesions and result in scarring.  Acne scars manifest as areas of pitted or raised skin and can occur on the face or body. Why does scaring occur? …

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What is the Difference Between Fine Lines and Wrinkles?

We’ve all seen them… those fine lines that are there one day and it seems like there are wrinkles there the next day.  So, what causes them and what’s the difference? Fine Lines explained.  When we talk about fine lines, we are mainly talking about dehydration lines. They appear around the eyes or at the corner of the mouth, always…

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Dermal Fillers vs. Botox; Everything You Need to know

The line between toxins and fillers can sometimes seem blurred – so, is there a difference between Botox and dermal fillers such as Bellafill?  The short answer is yes! Botox reduces the activity of the muscles that cause wrinkles such as frown lines, worry lines and crow’s feet and works by temporarily blocking the signals from the nerves to the…

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Dermal Fillers – Their advantages

Everyone’s talking about dermal fillers but what are the advantages to this type of treatment? One of the biggest advantages is no downtime.  With filler injections you have the option to fight the signs of aging on a lunch break and head back to your office to finish the day.  You don’t need to worry about missing work, fun times…

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Four Surprising Facts About Dermal Fillers

Some Dermal Fillers are Natural. Collagen and hyaluronic acid occur naturally within the body. They are also naturally derived dermal fillers that are on the market today. Dermal Fillers are Usually Temporary. Dermal fillers normally last anywhere from 5 to 18 months, depending on the brand of product and where it is injected. But if you’re looking for a dermal…

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How Dermal Fillers Can Help with Acne Scars

While your years of acne may be long gone, there are often scars left behind.  Dermal fillers are a great way to treat and potentially get rid of certain types of acne scars.  They are particularly effective for rolling scars and some less defined boxcar scars. Boxcar scars are similar to chicken pox scars and have angular, well-defined edges that…

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How Does Bellafill’s Five Year Performance Stack Up Against Other Smile Line Dermal Fillers?

Eventually, facial aging catches up with us all. As well, preventing frown lines, laugh lines, wrinkles around the mouth, can be different case by case. There are countless methods, especially with the inclusion of modern medicine, to aid in preventing individuals from showing signs of ageing. Within the last few decades, the method of using dermal fillers has become increasingly…

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