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Category: Dermal Fillers

The Jaw Fillers Phenomenon: Why is Everyone Getting Them?

When it comes to dermal fillers, cheeks and lips have been getting the bulk of the attention for years. Sculpted, defined cheeks and full, pouty lips are generally considered to be highly attractive, but—as many people seem to have discovered recently—the jawline is also very important for giving structure to the face. A significant number […]

4 Easy Ways to Camouflage Lip Fillers

When it comes to having lip filler in New Jersey, many patients believe that it’s all about subtle enhancements rather than exaggerated, dramatic results. Volbella® is a popular hyaluronic acid-based lip filler from the Juvederm® line, featuring a very lightweight consistency that makes it excellent for softening fine lines, enhancing small details, and slightly boosting […]

4 Little Known Benefits of a BOTOX® Lip Flip

Many patients who come to our New Jersey office for a BOTOX® lip flip are self-conscious about the shape or size of their natural lips. BOTOX® is commonly used in the upper part of the face, around the eyes and forehead, for softening wrinkles—but it also has other, off-label applications for beautifying and adding balance […]

What Causes Nasolabial Folds and How to Treat Them

Some of the most prominent signs of aging tend to appear in the lower part of the face, around the mouth and jawline. These include marionette lines that extend between the sides of the mouth to the chin, lipstick lines, flattening of the lips, jowls, and the dreaded nasolabial folds—those creases that look like parentheses […]

How BOTOX® Works in the Forehead

The forehead muscles responsible for wrinkles in the uppermost part of the face are called the frontalis, corrugator supercilii, depressor supercilii, and procerus. The orbicularis oculi around the eyes also plays a part. The frontalis elevates the eyebrows and skin, causing lines that stretch horizontally across the forehead, while the corrugators, depressors, and procerus work […]