and Women around the world are always looking for new ways
to maintain and improve their youthful appearances.
many are turning to plastic surgeons for minimally evasive
One of the obvious signs of aging is facial wrinkles. Some
of the ways to fill in facial lines is with fillers like Collagen,
fat or Radiance.
According to a special makeover issue in Januarys
Allure Magazine, the newest line filler is Radiance.
The article describes it as an injectable substance that,
plumps lips and fills wrinkles for as long as
5 years. Radiance is a creamy synthetic form
of calcium hydroxyapatite. The product is getting the attention
of Vogue, CBS and KCAL news. Beauty enthusiast like the idea
of filler that lasts longer than 3 months.
With patient consent Dr. Corbin can inject it into wrinkles
and other areas needing plumping up. Unlike some other products
on the market, radiance requires no allergy test. According
to Allure Magazine, some doctors believe this is the
best filler on the market.
For years Dr. Corbins patients have been successfully
turning back the hands of time with Collagen injections in
their facial lines as well as lips. This temporary filler
is from purified Bovine collagen and requires an allergy test
one month prior to being injected with the product. Generally
this product lasts from two to four months.
Another filler option is fat. Dr. Corbin can harvest a patients
own fat from another part of their body and inject it into
lines and other areas of the face that need rejuvenating.
Sometimes not all the fat survives and the result is temporary.
The good news about free fat injections is that a patient
will not reject their own fat so it does not require an allergy
With all the options for facial line fillers patients can
take advantage of minimally evasive beauty updates. These
quick and easy procedures require no down time and are less
expensive than surgery.
To book your treatment calls Dee at, Brea (714) 671-3033
or Beverly Hills (310) 284-8384. A more youthful looking you
is just a phone call away!!!
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