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How Does BOTOX® Minimize Forehead Lines?

Published on April 26, 2021 by

They’re called “worry lines” for a reason. Maybe it’s because worry is the first emotion that hits us when we start to notice the first signs of aging above the brows? Horizontal forehead wrinkles are one of the most common

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How Does the BOTOX® Lip Flip Compare to Lip Fillers?

Published on January 20, 2021 by

Lush, volumized lips always seem to be in fashion. If you naturally have smaller lips and are feeling left out of the look, there are some simple, in-office treatments that can make them look voluminous without much effort. While fillers

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The Importance of Going to a Qualified Professional for Lip Injections

Published on December 28, 2020 by

We all want lush, beautiful lips. These days, there are plenty of cosmetic treatments to enhance the natural look of lips in a subtle way. JUVEDERM® for lip injections in Nashville represents one of the trendiest aesthetic treatments at the

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How BOTOX® Smooths Crow’s Feet

Published on October 7, 2020 by

From the super soft skin of infants to the oily acne flare-ups of puberty to the increasingly pronounced wrinkles that mark aging skin, our largest organ goes through many stages throughout our lifetime. We’d all love for our skin to

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A Trio of Neuromodulators: BOTOX®, Dysport®, and Jeuveau™

Published on July 16, 2020 by

Wrinkles are a problem many people put great deal of effort into preventing. While wearing sunscreen, staying hydrated, and taking other measures can preserve smooth skin for years, muscle motion has a way of causing at least some lines to

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Who should perform your cosmetic injections?

Published on December 2, 2010 by

Cosmetic injections are not like getting your hair or nails done!  Be prudent! States can regulate who can and can’t inject, but just because a person can inject doesn’t mean they should!  Complications can arise, and your injector needs to

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