Wrinkle Correction – Fillers, Botox and Plastic Surgery – Part 4 of 4

Posted February 16, 2012 in Botulinum Toxin (Botox Dysport Xeomin), Fillers (Restylane Juvederm Perlane Radiesse), Home, Videos, Wrinkle Reduction (Non-surgical)

Seven million minimally invasive wrinkle reduction procedures were performed in 2011. Neuromodulators like BOTOX Cosmetic, Dysport and Xeomin enjoyed a 5% increase in number of treatments compared to the 2010 statistics, while dermal fillers like Restylane, Juvederm, Perlane and Radiesse experienced a 10% increase from a year ago.

Facial Wrinkle Reduction

Prevention is the best medicine, so sun protection and moisturizers are always recommended, but once the damage is done, how can it be corrected? Facial wrinkle reduction can be actively corrected with cosmetic plastic surgery like:

Or with minimally invasive techniques like:

Minimally Invasive Facial Wrinkle Correction

As a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, I offer the full spectrum of facial wrinkle correction. From surgical procedures that offer more effective and longer lasting results, to injectables that offer fast results and minimal downtime. The video below focusses on minimally invasive correction, but information on the cosmetic plastic surgery procedures is available on my main web site by clicking on the links above.

Facial Wrinkle Correction Video

Today’s video is the final segment about how to use minimally invasive procedures to achieve maximum results. It is part 4 of a recent television appearance on San Francisco’s KRON‘s Body Beautiful. The (415) number in this video was for viewers to call during the live broadcast only; however, if you have questions about dermal fillers, botox or other cosmetic plastic surgery procedures, please a call us at (925) 943-6353.

The offers in this video expired in 2011; however, special discounts are available from time to time. Be certain to call the office to find out what offers are available now.

Facial Wrinkle Correction Video Contents

This Facial Wrinkle Correction Video includes:

  • Liquid Facelifts and Facial Wrinkle Reduction
  • What are the risks associated with non-surgical wrinkle treatments?
  • How often do bruises occur after non-surgical wrinkle treatments?
  • How long do bruises last after non-surgical wrinkle treatments?
  • What are stretch marks?
  • Are there reliable treatments for stretch marks?

Who Am I?

I am a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in private practice in the San Francisco Bay Area city of Walnut Creek, California, for 15 years. My practice includes a wide range of plastic surgery, with specialization in cosmetic plastic surgery. To learn more about my practice visit the Meet Dr. Mele page.

Why see a Plastic Surgeon for Non-Surgical Wrinkle Correction?

While I specialize in Cosmetic Plastic Surgery, the development of injectable therapies has revolutionized the way I approach facial rejuvenation. Dermal Fillers and Wrinkle Relaxers are no substitute for real plastic surgery; however, they do allow for real improvement in the appearance of facial lines and wrinkles, in ways that were just not possible before. The advantage of seeing a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon for your non-surgical wrinkle correction is two-fold. You get the immediate advantage of a trained plastic surgeon’s advanced knowledge of facial anatomy, and the future advantage having a trusted relationship with that plastic surgeon should longer lasting, surgical correction be desired.

More Wrinkle Correction Information

Information on facial wrinkle reduction is available in English and Español. Please follow the links below:

More Wrinkle Correction Videos

This is part 4 of 4. Below are links to the previous postings: