GALTOX Education…. Techniques for minimizing bruising includes using blunt needles. Icing the area before and after the treatment may also decrease bruising. With bruising becoming evidenced greater than 24 hours after the treatment you are more likely past the period where icing will alter your symptoms. In this case consider using arnica which you can […]
Dr. Claytor and Nurse Injector, Heather, trained by Dr. Sherman for the new FDA approved non surgical lip augmentation and treatment for perioral rhytids.
GALTOX education Muscle hypertrophy from repeat grinding of teeth when patients are sleeping may result in overly prominent masseter muscles. This can be examined by clenching ones jaw and looking at the contours of the jaw line. If the jaw line looks more pronounced and a palpable firm area is noted indicating flexed muscle then this […]
Heather injecting Botox into a patient’s frown lines. Some patient’s say that their kids tell them they have the RBF!! Botox can erase those frown lines without changing your ability to share a smile.
The optimal fill volume ratio for patient’s seeking to volumize their face is dependent on many factors. The skin turgor, underlying boney resorption of the facial super structure. It is important to remember the adage, “Beauty is not skin deep, it is BONE deep”. When we age, the boney support to our face involutes and […]
Botox users know that the muscle relaxing effects of the injections don’t last indefinitely. We understand that in order to continue enjoying the smoother, more youthful, wrinkle-free appearance that Botox can deliver, we have to periodically repeat the treatments. But could repeated Botox treatments eventually cause our muscles to lose their elasticity and become unresponsive? […]
Botox has been in use as a wrinkle relaxer long enough that it’s one of the most recognizable words in the English language. And whether you’ve used Botox or not, you’ve probably heard of it, or know someone who has used it. And the use of the product has grown to include treatment for everything […]