What’s the Difference between Radiesse and Juvederm?

If you are delving into the world of dermal fillers, you will most likely be faced with the difficult task of selecting the filler that will best meet your needs. The FDA has approved a number of dermal fillers in the past few years, which provides you with an abundant yet overwhelming selection from which to choose. Radiesse and Juvederm are two of the most popular fillers because they are effective and capable of addressing numerous signs of aging on the skin. This guide will help you understand the difference so that you can select the best product for your skincare needs. Continue reading “What’s the Difference between Radiesse and Juvederm?” »

Curious about PDO Threads? How’s the Time to Try

There are some aspects of your physical appearance that you can influence through exercise, nutrition, sun protection, and strategic skincare, but other components of physical appearance are simply at the mercy of genetics and age. The skin on the face, in particular, often has a mind of its own as you get older. Many women struggle with loose skin that surrenders to gravity and droops down on the face, but they don’t want to undergo a full surgical facelift to regain their youthfulness. Continue reading “Curious about PDO Threads? How’s the Time to Try” »

Newest Filler Available! Dr. Hermann Has It First

Age impacts the body in a variety of ways, especially on the face in the form of wrinkles, lines, and folds. Fortunately, companies like Allergan have formulated dermal fillers that can subtly, naturally, and effectively replace the facial volume lost with time in order to fill and eliminate unwanted wrinkles. Juvederm Vollure™ XC, which received its FDA approval in March 2017, is the newest addition to Allergan’s Juvederm family of fillers. It is the first and only hyaluronic acid filler using Vycross technology to be FDA approved for the correction of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds for up to 18 months.

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