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Facelift (Rhytidectomy)
Forehead Lift / Browlift
Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)
Ear Surgery (Otoplasty)
Nose Surgery (Rhinoplasty)
Chin Augmentation
Fat Injections
Lip Augmentation

Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)
Abdominoplasty with
----------Breast Augmentation

Liposuction / Liposculpture
Buttock Lift/Aug (BBL)
Arm Tuck (Brachioplasty)
Calf Implants
Hand Rejuvenation

Breast Augmentation
Breast Augmentation with
----------Abdominoplasty

Breast Lift (Mastopexy)
Breast Reduction (Mammaplasty)
Male Breast Reduction --------------------------(Gynecomastia)

Deep Chemical Peels
Laser Skin Resurfacing (CO2)
Dermabrasion
 

What is Botox and Dysport?

Botulinum toxin injections, often referred to by the names, Botox Cosmetic® and Dysport, are a purified protein derived from Botulinum that is transformed into a therapeutic agent. Botox is the most common cosmetic procedure with millions of patients being treated safely each year throughout the United States. Botox was originally used decades ago for the treatment of neurological muscle disorders. Cosmetically, Botox and Dysport are most commonly used for the temporary treatment of frown lines (glabella furrows), forehead wrinkles, and crow’s feet. In addition Botox and Dysport can be used for eyebrow shaping – elevation as well as elevation of the corners of the mouth.

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Who is a candidate?

Botox and Dysport should not be used for patients who have a neuromuscular disease, during pregnancy or breast-feeding.


How is the procedure done?

Dr. Mezrow will evaluate you having you relax particular muscles as well as having you contract particular muscles in the area being treated. After applying anesthetic “numbing cream”’, Botox or Dysport are injected with a tiny needle directly into the muscle. It takes a few days for Botox and Dysport to take effect and the results last from 3-4 months. An extremely small percentage of patients may have no effect from Botox or Dysport, likely because of an individual immunologic response.


What are the potential complications?

Rare side effects include bruising, local numbness, swelling or a burning sensation during injection. Some patients have a temporary headache and nausea. Most complications are of short duration. Other complications include temporary eyebrow and or eyelid asymmetries and or descent.

 

CRAIG MEZROW. M.S., M.D., F.A.C.S.

Philadelphia Cosmetic Surgery Center
PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY - PHILADELPHIA
225 E. City Avenue, Suite 14
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
Phone: (610) 664-8888
Fax: (610) 664-8080

 

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Botox, Dysport

Line Fillers

Juvederm,

Restylane

Latisse

Sculptra Aesthetic

Microdermabrasion

Light Chemical Peel

Fotofacial

-Fat Reduction____

UltraShape Power

VelaShape III

Venus Legacy


Cellulite Reduction

Hair Removal

Wrinkle Reduction

Permanent Make-Up

Anti-Aging Skin Care

- Leg Spider Veins
- Laser Therapy
- Sclerotherapy

Acne Management

PicoWay Resolve Skin_Rejuvenation

CORE Intima Vaginal Rejuvenation

 


 


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