As aging affects different aspects of your face, Dr. Renuka Diwan will often recommend combining different injectable and filler treatments with other non-surgical treatments to address each area of concern and achieve the most improvement. A combination of non-surgical treatments can help you completely rejuvenate your look without having to undergo surgery and provide better results than any one treatment alone.
An example of Dr. Diwan’s strategy of combination treatments would be Botox
® for treating frown lines, Restylane® or Juvederm® for smoothing away smile lines, and a laser treatment to improve the appearance of broken blood vessels (visible veins).
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Another common example would be the treatment of deep frown lines with Botox
plus a filler (Restylane, Juvederm, or Radiesse) to achieve the best result. This combination of non-surgical injectables and fillers is often referred to as a liquid facelift because it provides patients with a subtle lift without requiring any surgery or downtime.
Each of these treatments used by Dr. Diwan has a very limited recovery time. In some cases, none at all. Patients can return to work immediately after their treatment.
Each individual treatment will achieve results at different rates. While some treatments (such as fillers) will provide you with immediate benefits, others may take a bit more time for you to notice results. With Botox and some laser treatments, for instance, you will likely see an immediate change in your appearance with gradual improvements over the next few weeks.
At the Laser & Skin Surgery Center, you have many choices to help you look younger and enhance your appearance. The options include a complete range of both non-surgical and surgical treatments. Our goal is to provide you with the best results possible with attention to safety, shorter recovery, and long-term improvement.
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